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Multilingual, Multicultural, Multigenerational Homeschooling (with Rachel from "Seven in All")

Multilingual, Multicultural, Multigenerational Homeschooling (with Rachel from “Seven in All”)

Second-Generation, multilingual, multicultural homeschooling? Yes, please! Tell me more! I so enjoyed my conversation with Rachel from Seven in All (and Where’d You Learn That), and know that you will find lots of inspiration and encouragement from this chat. It’s always especially fun for me to get to know people living in other parts of …

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Latin in Our Homeschool (with Angela Reed)

Have you wondered about including Latin in your homeschool? We’ve had both highs and lows in our own family’s experience studying Latin, so when Karen Glass recommended I speak with Angela Reed, I was eager to hear her perspective. Angela loves classics and Latin and that joy is evident! She also teaches Latin classes designed …

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Foreign Language Learning at Home Anne Guarnera Homeschool Conversations Podcast interview

Language Learning at Home (with Anne Guarnera)

Have you wanted to include a foreign language in your homeschool, but you’re just not sure how? Have you wondered why language learning is even important? Maybe you’ve been entranced by the idea of bilingual education, but that sounds way too complicated for your ordinary homeschooling family life. Well, today’s Homeschool Conversations guest, Anne Guarnera, …

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Haiku Homeschool Children

Can You Haiku? Learn and explore the poetry of haiku with children of all ages!

Haiku, a traditional Japanese poetry form, makes a worthwhile addition to your homeschool plans with children of all ages. It flows seamlessly into your literature, writing, history, or nature study plans. It’s also a delightful activity to add to your studies of Japanese history and culture. Have a reluctant writer? Haiku’s inherent brevity is one …

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