July 10, 2020
2020 has been a truly unusual year and, as we get into the summer, looking forward to the fall, that is still the case. I have seen a huge increase of people deciding to homeschool their children for the first time, for this coming school year. As parents decide to take this step, I'm hearing more often than ever before, "how do we do this?" Well, I hear you! And this is my attempt to help you, the new homeschool parent, to get a grasp of how to start.
I also introduce a new segment "Mommy, will you read to me" with a very special guest. You won't want to miss it!
There are SO many things to link in this episode, just head over to Four In Tow Podcast and look up the blog post titled Episode 32.
May 24, 2020
Continuing on the theme of adults looking back on their homeschooled up bringing, I sat down with podcaster, Natalie Smith, to talk about her experiences growing up homeschooled. We talked about what she thinks she missed out on, her transition to adulthood, and her thoughts on how the perception of homeschool has changed over the years.
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May 17, 2020
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be homeschooled and then get to college? Have you ever wondered what homeschool kids think about their homeschool experience, once they become adults? WELL, look no further than this episode of Four In Tow Podcast. Do you remember Heather from To_Sow_A_Seed who was my guest on from Episodes 25 & 26? Today we talk with her two adult kids who are currently enrolled in a brick and mortar college about the transition from homeschool kid, to college adult.
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March 8, 2020
Homeschooling can be lonely. Raising a special needs child can be lonely. Homeschooling a special needs child can be lonely. My heart with this podcast has been to encourage and build up, families who homeschool. Heather reached out via Instagram and told me she had a story to share that would encourage the special needs homeschooling families. Take a listen as we chat about how to navigate special needs in the homeschool environment.
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February 29, 2020
This is a short episode today, but it is packed FULL of information. I've got so much to share, including CONFERENCE info!
Take a listen to hear about the first Four In Tow organized conference, Parent-Teacher Conference, encouragement for the homeschool parent's journey. Be sure to secure tickets to the conference for you and your friends by going to: FourInTowPodcast.com/Conference
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