Homeschooling One Child
By Homeschooling One Child
Homeschooling One ChildFeb 22, 2022
International Homeschool Day and Homeschooling Around the World
In this episode of Homeschooling One Child's Podcast, Terrie McKee chats with Steven Policastro of Global Alliance of National Christian Homeschool Leaders about International Homeschool Day and what is happening with homeschooling on a global level--and what YOU can do in your homeschool to help homeschooling families around the world.
Write a note of encouragement to a homeschooler in another country and to see what is happening in the global homeschool movement: https://associationforcreation.org/index.php/parental-rights/ and the Global Alliance of National Christian Homeschool Leaders.
Want a list of activities to do for International Homeschool Day? Click here!
Click here for more info about International Homeschool Day!
Encouragement for Homeschoolers (including dads, special needs, and single parents!) from "Schoolhouse Rocked"
In this episode of the Homeschooling One Child Podcast, Terrie McKee chats with the creator and director of the amazing homeschool film "Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution," Garritt Hampton. Garritt, his wife Yvette, and their two daughters embarked on a journey (literally) to explore homeschooling all over the United States and that journey became the film "Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution." In this podcast, Garritt talks about homeschooling from many different angles and encourages homeschoolers, including homeschooling dads, single parents, and those homeschooling children with special needs. Listen in!
Links mentioned in the podcast:
The Teach Them Diligently homeschool conventions (aff link)
Making History Fun in Your Homeschool
In this episode of Homeschooling One Child's podcast, Terrie McKee chats with Jennifer Dodrill of Jennifer Dodrill History at Home about incorporating fun history activities in your homeschool and how to make history come alive for your homeschoolers, including how to make the most of field trips to historical places.
Check out Jennifer's sites below:Jen Dodrill History at Home Jen Dodrill Writes Jen Dodrill Writes on IG Jen Dodrill History at Home on IG
If you'd like to be a guest speaker on the podcast, please email Terrie@Homeschooling1Child.com
Creating Schedules & Structure for Differently-Abled Children
In this episode of the Homeschooling One Child Podcast, veteran special needs mom and homeschooler Terrie McKee shares a ton of information, helps, ideas, and tips on creating schedules, structure, and homeschooling children and teens who have special needs. In this episode, she mentions she has created a Homeschool Therapy Planner -- to access it, please click here (you will be asked to subscribe to the Homeschooling One Child email newsletter, which is full of subscriber-only information, deals, tips, and encouragement).
For blog posts related to special needs, click here.
If you would like to be a guest on the Homeschooling One Child podcast, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Benefits of Camp for Special Needs Families with Peggy Ployhar of SPED Homeschool
In this interview segment of Homeschooling One Child's podcast, Terrie McKee chats with Peggy Ployhar, CEO of SPED Homeschool, on the benefits of camp to families and special needs children alike, and gives us an update on SPED Homeschool's upcoming family camp in which they're partnering with Joni & Friends. SPED Homeschool and its partners deliver extraordinarily valuable resources to families who are homeschooling children with special needs.
Links: SPED Homeschool
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The Nuts and Bolts of Socialization S1E2
In this episode, Terrie McKee of Homeschooling One Child discusses socialization, including what it is and the agents of socialization. She describes homeschooling as a greenhouse and why we need to homeschool our children with God in mind and not society.
Check out her recent blogpost, 5 Ways to "Socialize" Your Homeschooler.
The greenhouse link is here.
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REMEMBERING WHY YOU HOMESCHOOL
Homeschooling moms and dads, remember the WHY of your homeschool. Remembering WHY we do things helps us move forward with intention and purpose to WHAT we do and HOW we do it -- especially on days that are hard. Listen in as Terrie McKee encourages you as she explains why she homeschools.
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