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.

 

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“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.

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Ten December Homeschooling Tips
Episode 111: December Homeschooling Tips
10 December Homeschooling Tips Recently, I asked my homeschooling buddies to share their December homeschooling tips. And today, I'm sharing them all with you! So listen up and follow along with the show notes for some tried-and-true homeschooling advice based on years of experience. Without further ado, here are ten ... Read More
Choosing to Homeschool
Episode 110: Choosing to Homeschool
Choosing To Homeschool On the podcast today, we’re talking all about choosing to homeschool. For so many of us, myself included, homeschooling is not just a one and done decision. We choose homeschooling over and over again throughout our family's educational journey as we seek out the best educational setting ... Read More
Episode109
Episode 109: Empowered by Gratitude
Empowered By Gratitude Here's a memory I have about feeling empowered by gratitude: When I was a freshman in college, my friend Lisa and I would study for exams in the lounge at the end of our hall. Up on the third floor in Branscomb. One night, we were studying ... Read More