The Art of Homeschooling Podcast is for parents who are ready to shine in homeschooling. In each episode, we share stories and strategies so you can drop the overwhelm and get in touch with inspiration. You CAN create a homeschool life you love.
I’m your host, Jean Miller, homeschooling mother of three now-grown children. And here at the Art of Homeschooling, we keep it sweet and simple so you can focus on cultivating creativity and connection at home.
Check out the Show Notes for each episode below for more resources.
Celebrating Festivals as a Family Whenever I ask my kids – I have 3 who are all grown now – to share their favorite memories from our homeschooling years, they always include something from our festival celebrations. Our lantern walks in the woods after dark, our winter solstice spiral, making ... Read More
Episode 4: Why Are We Homeschooling? How to Write Your Family Vision If a friend or neighbor were to ask you, “Why did you choose to homeschool?”...how would you answer that question? A homeschool vision statement can REALLY help to guide you on your homeschooling journey and as a family! ... Read More
Episode 3: Relax Into Your Homeschool Rhythm Rhythm is really all about organizing your homeschooling day. Think about music. Music is organized around repeated motifs that the listener anticipates. Rhythm and repetition allow you to relax into the flow. Just as music flows from variation to variation on a theme, ... Read More
Episode 2: A Conversation with my Homeschooling Mentor, Barbara Dewey My guest on this episode of the Art of Homeschooling podcast is my mentor and dear friend, Barbara Dewey, of Waldorf Without Walls. Barbara holds an M.S. in Waldorf Education from the Waldorf Institute of Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, ... Read More
Episode 1: Homeschooling is a Journey Homeschooling is a long game for sure, and sometimes we all need to be reminded of that. In Episode #1 of the Art of Homeschooling Podcast, you’re going to hear some highlights of my family’s homeschooling journey of over 25 years! Now I can ... Read More