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Join the Homeschooler Next Door as we sit with Jessica Hulcy, founder of the KONOS curriculum. Having 4 boys to teach Jessica quickly found that she needed more than seat work. Listen and learn how this innovative lady turned her need into a curriculum for thousands.
Southern Baptist Mom and founder of Southern Baptist Church and Home Education Association talks about the exit strategy and the Kingdom Education Workshop on June 15th in Greensboro, NC
We talk with Tricia Smith Vaught about Pre School, both in the home, and the laws that are sweeping the country to force people to enroll their toddlers.
Patsy and Doug Arnold, founders of Texas Special Kids, discuss how to bring your special needs children home, the challenges of homeschooling a special needs child and the rewards and resources available to help parents.
Universal Kindergarten is discussed with Tricia Smith Vaughn, along with Kriss Bordessa discussing her craft books for teens.
Joanne discusses homeschooling, getting your children into college, setting up a dual credit program with your community college, the Andrea Yates situation, and the Homeschool Honor Society Eta Sigma Alpha.
When you have only one child in a sea of families with many children, how do you cope? How do you adjust the lesson plans? Donna C, author of Homeschooling Only One shows you how to adjust and adapt in the homeschooling world.
Author Marilyn Rockett joins The Homeschooler Next Door for a review of her new book "Homeschooling at the Speed of Life" discussing ways to simplify and keep it together as you head down life's path with the kids.
After Dr. Phil aired a show about homeschooling, the Homeschooler Next Door talks with a clinical psychologist about the show and an unschooling homeschool Mom
Debbie Williams talks about organization and keeping things in balance, Tammy reviews Poetry curriculum
Join us as we talk with the queen of Charlotte Mason homeschooling, Cindy Rushton. You will laugh and learn during this one hour coffee break.
Tim Lambert from THSC and Valerie Swanson, a homeschool Mom, talk about their decisions as Chrisitans to be involved in politics
Joanne discusses homeschooling, getting your children into college, setting up a dual credit program with your community college, the Andrea Yates situation, and the Homeschool Honor Society Eta Sigma Alpha.
When you have only one child in a sea of families with many children, how do you cope? How do you adjust the lesson plans? Donna C, author of Homeschooling Only One shows you how to adjust and adapt in the homeschooling world.
Universal Kindergarten is discussed with Tricia Smith Vaughn, along with Kriss Bordessa discussing her craft books for teens.
Patsy and Doug Arnold, founders of Texas Special Kids, discuss how to bring your special needs children home, the challenges of homeschooling a special needs child and the rewards and resources available to help parents.
We talk with Tricia Smith Vaught about Pre School, both in the home, and the laws that are sweeping the country to force people to enroll their toddlers.
Donna C, the author of Homeschooling Only One, explains the challenges of homeschooling only one child, whether it's homeschooling the last one, the first one, the grandchild or only having one child. Great insight for all homeschoolers.
Join the Homeschooler Next Door as we sit with Jessica Hulcy, founder of the KONOS curriculum. Having 4 boys to teach Jessica quickly found that she needed more than seat work. Listen and learn how this innovative lady turned her need into a curriculum for thousands.
Southern Baptist Mom and founder of Southern Baptist Church and Home Education Association talks about the exit strategy and the Kingdom Education Workshop on June 15th in Greensboro, NC
A Homeschool Family who sings and have cut 2 CDs.
A homeschool Mom who helps Children of Chernobyl have summer camp in France, has her own DVD out, and since this interview has a theme park open based on her characters in the DVD.
Kim and David D'Escoto are a homeschooling family and authors of *The Little Book of BIG Reasons to Homeschool*. We find out why they wrote this great short book and how the manage to homeschool their many children.
Dr. Fred Worth, who holds a PhD in Math, and homeschool dad, talks about the challenges and techniques in teaching math at home.
We talk with Marla Regan of Organized Times about organizing and de-cluttering our homes as we get ready for another semester of homeschooling. As a speaker on time management and a Certified Family Manager Coach, Marla has great ideas to help your family get organized and accomplish more!