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Catholic Home School Moms
24 minutes | Jun 6, 2017
Katherine of Celtic College Connections: College Bound Homeschoolers
Katherine is a consultant for all college bound students, but knows very well the needs of the Catholic Homeschool families. Listen in as Katherine discusses how and when to prepare your students for college life, and all the facets that surround that decision. Financial aid, choosing a major, picking a school, and how to prepare for it all over four years of high school.
31 minutes | May 28, 2017
Ginny Kochis: Work at Home Mom and Homeschooling Mother
Ginny Kochis: Work at Home Mom and Homeschooling Mother by Kerry Olvera
17 minutes | May 14, 2017
Fatima 100 Years Sts Jacinta and Francisco
This is a brief description of the three seers Jacinta, Francisco, and Lucia on the 100 year anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima.
41 minutes | Dec 24, 2015
20 Years of Homeschooling with Pam S.
Pam has been married for 27 years and has 7 children ranging from 24 to 11. So, she has been homeschooling for 20 years now. She has had 6 children to homeschool at a given time. Although she is down to having only 3 children left to homeschool, she still has lots of experience for us to draw from. In this episode, you will also learn: How her family uses morning prayers Why she recommends daily Mass The benefits of the band and orchestral program in her local community How the Homeschool Co-Op supports the home studies Why she feels having another person grade papers objectively is important Ways she is preparing her children for college How testing and writing papers has been important for college prep Ways she motivates her children that have special learning needs How the “Sandwich Generation” Pam is in affects her homeschooling What keeps Pam motivated to continue to homeschool for over 20 years How praying the Rosary has changed her family The impact that a visit to Rome had on her family How the arts have played a role in her children's development Way her faith has taught her family to serve others The key to the future of her family How Pam describes her family Recommended Reading: Rediscover Jesus - Matthew Kelly The Hidden Power of Kindness - Father The End of the Present World
27 minutes | Dec 19, 2015
Homeschooling Through an 18 Year Age Difference
Michelle met her husband at college and has been married 27 years. They have 7 children, comprised of 6 boys and 1 girl and they range in age from 24 years old to 6 years old. Her husband wanted a large family and to homeschool the children. Michelle said you can have a large family, but not homeschooled because she was so overwhelmed at the thought of it. Her children started out in Catholic school, and the first communion of her son was the catalyst for changing her heart about homeschool. Also during the same time, she began to meet more homeschool families and she could see a different dynamic within this families. So she took the plunge and began homeschooling when her oldest son was in 3rd grade. In this episode, you will also learn: How Michelle balances having multiple children homeschooled at the same time Why she belongs to 2 different Co-ops How Michelle also manages to work part time The lengths she goes through to juggle the schedules The biggest challenges Michelle has faced What has made her children more independent learners What motivates her family to continue homeschooling Ways that intermittent public school attendance has proved frustrating for her children What Michelle would change about her homeschooling experience How her expectations had to come in line with the reality of homeschooling The extra curricular activities Michelle chooses and why What types of family devotions work for Michelle’s family The unusual Christmas traditions she has with her family How Michelle describes her family Why Michelle recommends trying out homeschooling a year at a time
34 minutes | Dec 4, 2015
22: Homeschooling for a Season with Kim Tisor
Kim Tisor is a mother, a morning show host for a local radio program, and she is also a fellow podcaster. Kim has 3 children ranging from 6-11 and she has been married for 17 years. Kim was a convert to Catholicism after being raised as a Southern Baptist. Kim home schooled her children for awhile, and made a year by year decision as to whether they would continue it. Eventually, it came time to make a different choice. Kim is here to share her journey to those decisions for her family. We will also learn: How Kim came to home school her children initially How she balanced homeschooling with her career What caused her to send her children back to traditional school for now How the Holy Spirit plays a role in her decision making process A surprising fact about February How she went from protestant to Catholic The role Advent played into her conversion What drew her to the Advent traditions Why her denomination choice had to be a family decision The purpose of her podcast about Catholicism How she infuses her faith into every area of her family life How the transition to Catholicism affected her children
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