What is the connection between ideas and art? How can we incorporate the study of art and art history in our other homeschool subjects? What is the place of art history in a Christian classical education? These are just a few of the questions Courtney Sanford and I discussed in today’s Homeschool Conversation episode. Plus, […]
Art and Music
We know that including art in our homeschools is valuable, but sometimes it feels overwhelming. Where do we find the time? And what if we aren’t super artistic ourselves? Here are 10 easy ways every family can include art in their homeschool with any age! This post contains affiliate links. It is sponsored by Sparketh.
Mary Prather from SQUILT and Homegrown Learners joins me today to discuss Christmas music and traditions from around the world. It’s a special bonus episode to get us excited and prepared for the upcoming Advent season in our homeschools. Be sure you’re subscribed to “Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology” wherever you get your podcasts
Beauty in our Homeschools: Handbook of Nature Study, Outdoor Hour Challenge, and Fine Arts (with Shirley Vels and Tricia Hodges)
As homeschool moms we can often get into a “get it done and check the boxes” mode. We have so many responsibilities and pulls on our time, and it’s way to easy to give up on beauty in our homeschools. Prioritizing all those extra beautiful things just feels too overwhelming. But is it important and
This was such a fun conversation for me! I see Elizabeth each week on the computer screen as Isaac and I sign in for his Clap for Classics! live class on Tuesday mornings. Her musical enthusiasm brings loads of joy to our homeschool day. And it’s been fun to get to know her as grown-ups,
Gena Mayo joins us on this week’s podcast episode to chat all about her experience homeschooling 8 children, with a special focus on including music appreciation in our homeschool life. You’ll also love her advice for the new homeschool mama. Read, watch, or listen to this week’s installment of “Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology.”
Fine Art, picture study, Charlotte Mason education, and a restful approach to homeschooling… those are a few of the topics covered in this delightful conversation with Rebecca Zipp. Read, listen, or watch this Homeschool Conversations episode for some much needed homeschool mama encouragement and lots of practical tips!
This was a delightful conversation with Carrie Brownell, fellow 2nd-generation homeschooling mom of 5. I absolutely loved Carrie’s honesty and vulnerability. If you’ve ever felt like you have to follow a homeschool philosophy perfectly, or if you’ve ever struggled to make your family fit inside a box, this conversation will be such an encouragement. Our
I’m back with season 4 of the Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology podcast! This is going to be such a fabulous fall filled with fantastic guests. (I couldn’t stop the alliteration once I got started…) Look for a new episode in your podcast player of choice every other Monday (with a few bonus surprises
So you want to sing Psalms with your children, but you’re not really sure where to start. Or maybe you wonder why singing Psalms with children is even important! Is Psalm singing really something to prioritize in family life? Today my friend Melissa Cummings shares not only her personal experience and love for singing Psalms,