Rachel shares how she went on a journey to help homeschool families achieve a well-rounded homeschool after feeling the need to incorporate more music and other enrichment into her homeschool. She faced challenges finding the right materials, as well as juggling activities outside of the home that wouldn’t cause a lot of schedule conflicts with the individual members of her family, so she decided to create a program that includes art, music, physical education, and STEM. All while keeping it fun, self-paced, and interactive without overwhelming, stress, or pressure.
In this episode of the Enterprise and Homeschool Mom’s podcast, Kim Brame speaks to Rodneisha McMillan, founder of the African American CPR Foundation. Rodneisha tells us her story and illustrates her business story and how a stroke and an abusive relationship played into her developing her business. Rodneisha also talks about her decision to home school her children and then events that lead to her removing her children from the school system. This is part one of a two-part episode jam-packed with info and stories from Rodneisha, so be sure to check out part 2!
Do you know what one of the first questions people ask themselves and others when they decide to homeschool? This question comes up often in homeschooling groups too. The question is, “what homeschooling curriculum should I use?” “What curriculum are you guys using for this or that?” The answer to this question is not straightforward …
In this episode, Kerstin Kirchsteiger of the Work-Life Flow Podcast reveals how she uses the tools she learned in leadership and emotional intelligence training to help herself and other moms use these skills to help their children! Kerstin discusses how you can use these skills in your family and homeschool to build better relationships.