Your Morning Basket

Join us as we delve into the principles and practices of homeschool Morning Time aka Morning Basket or Circle Time. With both experts in their fields and mentor-moms, we will discuss everything from how to choose the right books for a wide age range, to how to memorize a poem, to how to get the kids to sit still. All your burning Morning Time questions answered right here -- every other Tuesday.

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YMB #74 Celebrate Books: A Conversation with Mary Wilson


I am joined today on the podcast by Mary Wilson, a homeschool mom and book lover who believes that fun should be an integral part of the homeschool day. In this episode Mary and I discuss the idea of celebrating books in big and small ways. We chat...


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 2020-05-26  51m
 
 

YMB #73 Finding Truth in Every Subject: A Conversation with Brandy Vencel


On today's episode of the podcast I am chatting with a good friend Brandy Vencel all about which subjects in our homeschools are appropriate for Morning Time. Are some activities and subjects holier than others? Are there any subjects that do not...


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 2020-05-12  56m
 
 

YMB #72 Help! My Kid Hates Morning Time


What do you do when you have a kid (or two or more) who do not like Morning Time? As much as we want to think that our kids will be as enamored with the idea of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty as we are, sometimes that just isn't the case -- especially...


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 2020-04-28  1h4m
 
 

YMB #71 Nature Study Hacking: A Conversation with Joy Cherrick


Today on the podcast I am joined by Joy Cherrick, homeschooling mom of six and author of Nature Study Hacking. This series of lesson plans boils down nature journaling to a do-able list that moms everywhere can actually use. On the show Joy and I chat...


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 2020-04-14  36m
 
 

YMB #70 The Magic of Folk Music: A Conversation with Professor Carol


Dr. Carol Reynolds joins me on today's show to give a delightful lesson about folk music. In this episode Prof. Carol enthusiastically shares about the value of folk music for our kids, what exactly a folk song is anyway, and how to get started...


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 2020-03-31  42m
 
 

YMB #69 Morning Time and the Bilingual Homeschool: A Conversation with Lauren Stengele


I am joined on the podcast today by Lauren Stengele, a non-native Spanish speaker who is passionate about raising bilingual kids. Lauren is teaching her kids Spanish in order to reclaim her own Mexican heritage and she is using Morning Time to make...


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 2020-03-17  40m
 
 

YMB #68 Choosing Books for Your Morning Time: A Conversation with Jessica Lawton


On today's episode of the podcast I am chatting with a good friend and author of the Morning Time plans at . Jessica Lawton is a bibliophile and owner of a library of over 3000 books. She is also great a choosing just the right books to use in Morning...


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 2020-03-03  43m
 
 

YMB #67 Lenten Practices for Everyone


Today's episode of the Your Morning Basket podcast has not one, but two great interviews. First up on the show is my good friend Fr. Doug Martin who is here to talk about the spiritual observation of Lent and how all Christians can practice this in...


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 2020-02-18  57m
 
 

YMB #66 Art Appreciation for Your Ears: A Conversation with Alisha and Olivia Gratehouse


Today on the podcast I am joined by Alisha Gratehouse and her daughter Olivia from . As fans of art, Alisha and Olivia have started a new art appreciation podcast that takes a fun and "cheeky" look at artists and their work. In fact, it is quickly...


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 2020-02-03  31m
 
 

YMB #65 Remembrance and Grammar: A Conversation with Cindy Rollins


Cindy Rollins, mom of nine and “Mama of Morning Time” (so-named by me!), is back on the podcast this week to chat about Stratford Caldecott’s  — specifically the portion on grammar, or what Caldecott calls “remembering.” Join us...


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 2020-01-21  57m