Created with Sketch.
Four In Tow Podcast
15 minutes | 3 months ago
E.44 Holiday Homeschooling
This episode was recorded LIVE on Facebook! Check out the Four In Tow Podcast Facebook Page to watch the live recording. Email me at Four.in.tow.podcast(at)gmail.com to let me know what holiday traditions you and your family do. I'd love to hear from you! Follow Four In Tow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Patreon.
14 minutes | 3 months ago
E.43 Podcasts for Kids, a Review of Our Favorites
Per your requests, I've taken the time to list and review the podcasts most enjoyed by the kiddos. These are all educationally based shows that have enhanced our homeschool. Do you have a show that I didn't list that you want me to know about? Send your Kid's Podcast Suggestions to me at Four.In.Tow.Podcast (at) Gmail Dot Com. Or message me on any of my social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Patreon. After you listen to my reviews, go check out the shows themselves, by following the links below. The Big Fib Earth Rangers Bedtime History Brains On Stories Podcast Julie's Library Forever Ago
12 minutes | 3 months ago
E.42 Confessions of a Homeschool Mom
After an extended break, Elizabeth is back, sharing some very personal stories and experiences, in the hopes that it will encourage other homeschool parents that you are not alone. Homeschooling can be difficult. Remember, You've Got This! Email your questions about homeschooling, to be answered on future shows, to Four.In.Tow (at) gmail (dot) com Join the Four In Tow Community by going to Pateron.com/fourintowpodcast Follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. If this is helpful, rate and review the show, and share the podcast with your friends!
33 minutes | 5 months ago
E.41 Coffee & Chat with Serena Ryan
I bring back my new friend Serena Ryan for another candid chat about homeschooling. We talk about insecurities as homeschool parents, and how to work through them, how to use Instagram as a homeschooling tool, rather than something to compare ourselves to, and we give reading suggestions of some of our favorite books that have encouraged us on our homeschooling journeys. Find Serena at The Confident Homeschooler, as well as on Facebook and Instagram. Support the Four In Tow Podcast by joining the Kids In Tow community. Follow Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
32 minutes | 5 months ago
E.40 The Waldock Way with Jessica Waldock
On this episode of Four In Tow Podcast, I talk with Jessica Waldock of The Waldock Way. We discuss several of the unit studies she's created, including the Harry Potter inspired Waldock, Wizards, and Wands, and the Who Was unit studies. We also talk about the value of a morning basket, and cultivating the joy of learning and wonder in our homeschool. Find the various unit studies we discussed in Jessica's shop on her site: The Waldock Way. Purchases made through this affiliate link will benefit both Jessica, and Four In Tow Podcast. Find the link to the blog post about Morning Baskets here. Follow The Waldock Way on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Support for the Four In Tow Podcast comes from listeners like you. Please consider joining the Kids In Tow Community to help keep the show on the air. Follow Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Remember, you've got this!
24 minutes | 6 months ago
E.39 Questions and Book Reports
This is the third and final installment of my homeschool consultation with Steph and her husband Justin. If you want to hear the beginning of this conversation, feel free to jump to Episode 36 and Episode 37. If you have questions about homeschooling that can be answered on my show, feel free to email Four.In.Tow.Podcast(at)gmail(dot)com If you would like a personal consultation about YOUR homeschool email me, and we can arrange a one on one Zoom chat to see if I can help you design your own homeschool, and give you encouragement on your journey this year. Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Keep the show on the air, by supporting me at Patreon. Joining the Patreon crew gives YOU the listener an online community to walk with through the school year. Check out more details on Patreon. And be sure to tell your friends about Four In Tow Podcast!
26 minutes | 6 months ago
E.38 Monica la Vella, Author, Entrepreneur, Homeschool Mom
Every homeschool looks different. For some parents, working from home, building a business, and writing a book, go hand in hand with homeschooling. Enjoy this episode with Monica la Vella from Homeschool By Design as we chat about her family's homeschooling approach, her new book, and homeschooling in Canada! Find Monica's book: HERE Her website: Homeschool By Design Monica on Facebook: at Homeschool by Design Join the Four In Tow Community: Kids In Tow Find Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
23 minutes | 6 months ago
E.37 A Homeschool Consultation Part 2
If you missed last week's episode, go back and listen to Episode 36 before diving into this episode. Are you new to homeschooling? Do you have all the questions? Join me on this episode of Four In Tow Podcast as I invite a listener and her husband to ask any questions they have and I give my thoughts on how to make their homeschool journey work for them. This is the first part of a series. Be sure to find Four In Tow Podcast on the podcast app of your choice, and catch the rest of this consultation. If you would like to have a homeschool consultation of your own (recorded or not) send me an email at: four.in.tow.podcast(at)gmail(dot)com Don't go on this homeschool journey alone! Join the Kids In Tow community to find likeminded homeschooling parents, and a place for encouragement and help on your own journey. Go to Patreon.com/fourintowpodcast to join. Follow Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for a visual look into my homeschool. If this show is a favorite of yours, please leave a like and review! And tell your friends! Sometimes its good to know we aren't the only ones going through this! You've got this.
25 minutes | 6 months ago
E.36 A Homeschool Consultation Part I
Are you new to homeschooling? Do you have all the questions? Join me on this episode of Four In Tow Podcast as I invite a listener and her husband to ask any questions they have and I give my thoughts on how to make their homeschool journey work for them. If you would like to have a homeschool consultation of your own (recorded or not) send me an email at: four.in.tow.podcast(at)gmail(dot)com Don't go on this homeschool journey alone! Join the Kids In Tow community to find likeminded homeschooling parents, and a place for encouragement and help on your own journey. Go to Patreon.com/fourintowpodcast to join. Follow Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for a visual look into my homeschool. If this show is a favorite of yours, please leave a like and review! And tell your friends! Sometimes its good to know we aren't the only ones going through this! You've got this.
6 minutes | 6 months ago
Helpful Humpday Halla!
I’ve got a special announcement about the launch of my Kids In Tow Community!!! What is it...? Listen to this snippet to find out!!!!
36 minutes | 7 months ago
E.35 Candid Conversations
Last episode I introduced my new friend, Serena Ryan of the Confident Homeschooler. THIS episode, we continue our conversation, just talking shop about homeschooling, including answering a listener question. If you have questions about homeschooling, send them to four.in.tow.podcast(at)gmail.com Follow Serena and The Confident Homeschooler at www.TheConfidentHomeschooler.com This show was sponsored by the wonderful Four In Tow Community. Join the Facebook Group, Book Club, and Planning groups by going to Patreon.com/fourintowpodcast to sign up!
30 minutes | 7 months ago
E.34 Encouragement From Your Tribe
Be sure to listen to episode 33 to get the beginning of this show. I continue my thoughts on how to begin homeschooling, including taking note of RESOURCES available, and thoughts on building a homeschooling tribe. After I finish my thoughts, I include part of an interview with my new friend Serena Ryan, creator of The Confident Homeschooler, an online society to help new homeschool families navigate their first homeschool community. Be sure to take advantage of Serena's discount into the membership of her community by going to The Confident Homeschooler before August 1! Follow her on Facebook and Instagram as well. Follow the Four In Tow community by going to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Don't be afraid to reach out if you have any questions regarding homeschooling. I'm here to help.
17 minutes | 7 months ago
E. 33 The Overwhelming Task of Choosing a Curriculum, take 2
I talked about it in episode 3, but felt that it was worth another episode. I know how overwhelming it can be to find curriculum that works for you and your family! Let this be a starting point. And if you want to talk with me about your own journey to find the curriculum that works for you, email me at Four.In.Tow.Podcast(at)gmail(dot)com, we can set up a consultation.
16 minutes | 8 months ago
E.32 So, You Wanna Homeschool. Now What?
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.
41 minutes | 8 months ago
E.31 Fade To Gray on Homeschooling & Socialization
Elizabeth from Four In Tow Podcast, invited the cast of Fade To Gray onto her show to discuss socialization and homeschooling.If you would like to find out more about Four In Tow Podcast, go check out the website: Four In Tow Podcast and follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Patreon. Fade To Gray Podcast can be found on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
31 minutes | 9 months ago
E. 30 Homeschool in the Kitchen with Julie from Whisking Apples
In this episode, I spoke with Julie from Whisking Apples, about the curriculum she is creating that uses recipes as the backbone of a complete learning experience. It was such a pleasure to talk with Julie about this refreshingly new approach to homeschooling. Julie's website is: WhiskingApples.com Follow her on Instagram @WhiskingApples Support the Podcast, and help me get my own computer by joining my Patreon's. Follow Four In Tow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. www.FourInTowPodcast.com
37 minutes | 9 months ago
E. 29 Growing Up Homeschooled - Natalie's Story
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. Natalie and her husband Rich have a podcast called Not Suitable For Adults where they discuss children's shows and movies. Find their show HERE Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates and fun posts of the day. Find Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TeachersPayTeachers Sponsor the show on Patreon, and exploring my blog posts and all of my episodes on my WEBSITE.
39 minutes | 9 months ago
E.28 Seeds In Bloom - Homeschool Kids, Grownup
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. If you would like to talk with Mary Hannah or Mataus, message me at Four In Tow Podcast and I'll connect you all. Four In Tow Podcast is made possible by the support of my lovely patrons. Join the team at Patreon.com/fourintowpodcast Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Four In Tow's website is: Four In Tow Podcast
35 minutes | 10 months ago
E. 27 Technology and the Special Needs Homeschool
After taking a two month break, I'm back with new interviews, and hopefully, more encouragement for you! This episode was recorded in February 2020, I had intended to post it in mid March. But many factors prevented me. Keep that in mind as we talk about going out and about. This was recorded before the Stay At Home ordinances of Spring 2020 came into effect. Monica Burns of Class Tech Tips was my guest for this episode. We talked about the use of technology in homeschooling, specifically, programs that can help students with special needs. Monica had so much information to share with us and I really enjoyed the conversation. I hope you find it helpful. Resources Monica mentioned: Book Creator -- https://classtechtips.com/2019/09/04/book-creator-features/ StorylineOnline -- https://classtechtips.com/2019/01/02/read-aloud-videos/ Wow in the World -- https://classtechtips.com/2018/01/07/podcast-for-kids/ Math Learning Center -- https://classtechtips.com/2016/03/01/math-learning-center/ Immersive Reader -- https://classtechtips.com/2018/10/25/microsoft-onenote-class-notebook/ Easy EdTech Podcast -- https://classtechtips.com/category/podcast/ Follow Monica Here: Email: email@example.com Twitter: @ClassTechTips Facebook: ClassTechTips Instagram: @ClassTechTips Pinterest: ClassTechTips YouTube: ClassTechTips Follow Four In Tow Podcast on Facebook: @FourInTowPodcast Instagram: @FourInTowPodcast Twitter: @FourInTowPod Pinterest: @FourInTowPodcast Website: www.FourInTowPodcast.com The podcast was made possible by my wonderful friends through Patreon: www.patreon.com/fourintowpodcast
31 minutes | a year ago
E. 26 Heather, Special Needs Homeschooling, Part Two
This episode is the second of two parts in which I speak with Heather about homeschooling special needs children. Find part one in Episode 25, then come back here to Episode 26 to hear the conclusion of my interview with Heather. During the episode, we discussed the following curricula and resources: Classical Conversations - See Episode 17, Classical Conversations with Molly Ortom Gillingham - help for the dyslexic Sounds Abound - Reading Resource Ronit Bird - author - Dyscalculia Toolkit Explode The Code - Phonics work books (now, also available as an app) Find Heather's Blog: tosowaseed.net - blog Follow her on Instagram: @to_sow_a_seed Feel free to email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about the Parent-Teacher Conference on April 18, 2020 go to FourInTowPodcast.com/conference
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2020