Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 1 Episode 7 – Kate

Home Ed Voices Podcast Episode 7 - Kate HomeEdVoicesPodcast - A podcast where home educators tell us about their home ed adventures in the UK.

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The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I’m talking to Kate.

We talk about videogames and how they can be a gateway to literacy. How it all counts, not just the stuff that looks the most like school, and how you can structure your yearly plan to protect your mental health. Unfortunately, when we recorded this interview in the spring I had a bad throat and so sound really gravely, so sorry about that.

Show Notes:

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Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 1 Episode 6 – Philippa (@ExitSuperMum)

Home Ed Voices Podcast Episode 6 - Philippa (@ExitSuperMum) HomeEdVoicesPodcast - A podcast where home educators tell us about their home ed adventures in the UK.

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure statement for more information.

The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I’m talking to Philippa, @ExitSupermum on Instagram.

Since Philippa is a second generation home educator we talk about how home education has changed over the last 25 years. We also talk about how home education gives children the space to be wholly themselves and protects them from peer pressure and being labeled. And book recs turns into a bit of an Astrid Lindgren love fest when Philippa’s readaloud turns out to be one of my favourite books ever.

Show Notes:

You can find Philippa as ExitSuperMum on Instagram.

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If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast, please get in touch via the comments below.

If you enjoyed the podcast and know someone who might benefit from listening to a Home Education Podcast, please let them know about the Home Ed Voices Podcast. Thank you!

Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 1 Episode 4 – Jean (Part 1)

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The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I talk with Jean, TheMessyMum on Instagram. We talk about the children who start reading later and then catch up. We celebrate the early reader books which are not great literature, and why that doesn’t matter. And we talk about the importance of having other home educators to turn to when you’re having a hard day. It’s a bit of a monster episode, but it’s crammed full of good stuff, so I’ve split it in two, and part two will be posted in a week’s time.

(Part two is out and can be found here!)

Show Notes:

(All the book recs and things we talked about are in episode 5’s show notes here.)

You can find Jean as TheMessyMum on Instagram.

Follow HomeEdVoicesPodcast on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest

If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast, please get in touch via the comments below.

If you enjoyed the podcast and know someone who might benefit from listening to a Home Education Podcast, please let them know about the Home Ed Voices Podcast. Thank you!

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