Home Ed Voices Podcast – (Season 2) Episode 12 – Jacqui (@JacquiWakelam)

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Home Ed Voices Podcast Episode 12 - @JacquiWakelam HomeEdVoicesPodcast - A podcast where home educators tell us about their home ed adventures in the UK.

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 Jacqui from JacquiWakelam.com.
We talk about home educating in partnership with our older children, the importance of deschooling as a home educating parent, and Jacqui tells me the best quote about being a new home edder – I promise it’s going to stick with you…

Show Notes:

You can find Jacqui at JacquiWakelam.com or on instagram.

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Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 2 Episode 11 – Ronni (MulticulturalMotherhood)

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Home Ed Voices Podcast Episode 11 - @MulticulturalMotherhood HomeEdVoicesPodcast - A podcast where home educators tell us about their home ed adventures in the UK.

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 Ronni from MulticulturalMotherhood. We talk about finding a regular community in a city with a large number of home edding families a lots of activities to go to. We also talk about teaching other languages as part of your home ed routine, and, as a trained speech and language therapist, Ronni tells us about how parents can support their children’s early language development.

Show Notes:

You can find Ronni at MulticulturalMotherhood.com or on instagram or youtube.

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If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast (maybe you?), 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 8 – Not Back to School Mini Ep

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 is a special mini episode all about going Not Back to School. I talk about making the most of the transitions of the seasons, and rec my favourite autumn books. I also talk about how to gently restart your home education rhythm at the start of a new academic year.

Show Notes:

What to Look for in Autumn by Ladybird books

Wild Life in Woods and Fields by Arabella Buckley

 Autumn story by Jill Barkham

the high hills – jill barkham

Secrets of the Seasons: Orbiting the Sun in Our Backyard by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld

the day veronica was nosy by Elizabeth Laird and Colin Reeder

autumn by gerda muler

the best gift of all by jonathan emmett

mole’s harvest moon by judy abbott

a house in the woods by inga moore

sweep by Louise Greig

 

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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!



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