Art of Homeschooling Podcast

Welcome to the Art of Homeschooling Podcast where we help parents cultivate creativity and connection at home. Look for a new episode every Wednesday.


Art of Homeschooling Podcast


Latest Episodes

Never Miss an Episode!

Art of Homeschooling Podcast

Follow & Listen:











“Listening to Jean is like reading a really good book that only has the parts worth reading highlighted!”   ~Elizabeth

About the Podcast

The Art of Homeschooling Podcast is for parents who are ready to shine in homeschooling. In each episode, we share stories and strategies so you can drop the overwhelm and get in touch with inspiration. You CAN create a homeschool life you love. 

I’m your host, Jean Miller, homeschooling mother of three now-grown children. And here at the Art of Homeschooling, we keep it sweet and simple so you can focus on cultivating creativity and connection at home.

Show Notes

Check out the Show Notes for each episode below for more resources.

Movement Games & Activities for Homeschoolers with Special Guest, Brian Wolfe from Waldorfish Hey hey homeschool friends! Join me for this super fun episode of the Art Homeschooling Podcast all about movement games and activities with my guest, Brain Wolfe of Waldorfish.  So let me introduce you to Brian. For ... Read More
Three Questions to Ask Yourself So You Can Finish Your Homeschooling Year Strong For many homeschoolers, the end of your homeschool year is in sight. And sometimes, we tend to lose focus at this time of year as we near the end! Today, I want to give you 3 questions ... Read More
Four Age-Old Truths About Educating Children Every year, I send a survey to homeschooling parents. Last year, I heard back from 75 parents and I wanted to share a not-so-surprising discovery I found in their responses... Personally, this confirms everything I know about educating children that I've learned from the ... Read More
Looking Back on Homeschooling
Looking Back on Homeschooling As I was turning over the soil in our garden last weekend, I was thinking about all the living we’ve done in this backyard! We’ve had a wooden climbing structure, sandbox that turned into a mud hole, and even a ghost named Bob who sustained himself ... Read More
Weaving the Lively Arts Into Our Lessons Have you ever wondered WHY the Waldorf approach is built around the arts? I honestly think it’s this unique way of creating lessons that draws many of us to this approach - the lively arts homeschool lessons. I’ve homeschooled three of my now-grown ... Read More
Pets in Our Homeschool From the time my kids were little, we’ve had pets in our homeschooling household. I have so many fun stories to share, along with 3 things I think owning pets can teach our children. Let's talk homeschool pets. So...really, ever since I was a little girl, ... Read More
Homeschooling Simplified As homeschoolers, sometimes we find that we need to scale back to homeschooling simplified. Whether it's because of a global pandemic, a sick family member, a new baby, or mama's health...sometimes life brings the unexpected. This has come up in quite a few of my conversations with homeschoolers ... Read More
Conversations with Moms Who Love Inner Work Listen in as I talk with three different moms who each share a slice of their homeschooling journey - how taking care of themselves and practicing inner work for homeschooling moms helps them enjoy the journey. So without any further ado, I want ... Read More
Starting Where You Are Each Homeschooling Day
Starting Where You Are, Each Time Dear Homeschooling Parent, You don't have to do ALL.THE.THINGS! Because you will reach your goals by starting where you are, each homeschooling day. Today's episode of the podcast is all about letting go of this urgency and pressure to do it all, all at ... Read More
What to Do When You Get in Your Own Way I don’t know about you, but sometimes I’m my own biggest obstacle. Here's what to do when you get in your own way. Have you every made an elaborate plan for homeschooling and when Monday rolls around, you're tired or ... Read More