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.

https://pambarnhill.com/basket/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 43m. Bisher sind 141 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 8 hours 8 minutes

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YMB #7 Music Appreciation Simplified: A Conversation with Mary Prather


Mary Prather is a music educator turned homeschool mom and the creator of the music appreciation curriculum SQUILT.  On this episode of the podcast, she shares simple and effective ideas for adding beauty to Morning Time through music. Mary has...


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 2015-11-10  34m
 
 

episode 7: YMB #7 Music Appreciation Simplified: A Conversation with Mary Prather


Mary Prather is a music educator turned homeschool mom and the creator of the music appreciation curriculum SQUILT.  On this episode of the podcast, she shares simple and effective ideas for adding beauty to Morning Time through music.

Mary has fantastic recommendations for composers and pieces, and she speaks from experience about no-fuss, practical ways to teach music appreciation and enjoy great music with our children. Treat yourself to a little dose of beauty today...


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 2015-11-10  34m
 
 

YMB #6 Jennifer Mackintosh: A Considered Booklist


Jennifer Mackintosh has been practicing Morning Time in her home since her oldest, now a homeschool graduate, was a 4th grader. At her blog Wildflowers & Marbles, she has written extensively about how she creates her Morning Time plan and about...


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 2015-10-27  42m
 
 

episode 6: YMB #6 Jennifer Mackintosh: A Considered Booklist


Jennifer Mackintosh has been practicing Morning Time in her home since her oldest, now a homeschool graduate was a 4th grader. At her blog Wildflowers & Marbles, she has written extensively about how she creates her Morning Time plan and about how she develops thoughtful book lists for read-alouds.

She joins us on this episode of the podcast to tell us a little more about choosing those great books, but she doesn't stop there...


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 2015-10-27  42m
 
 

episode 5: YMB #5 Big Family Morning Time: A Conversation with Angela Boord


Angela Boord has eight (soon to be nine!) children, so she knows all about making life work in a large family. She joins us today on the podcast to talk about creating and sustaining a Morning Time routine that is meaningful and worthwhile for everyone, from teens to toddlers.

Angela shares some great advice for keeping little hands busy, accommodating teens and their packed schedules, and tackling important subjects in a way that meets the needs of big kids and little kids alike...


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 2015-10-13  39m
 
 

YMB #4 Choosing What is Best: A Conversation with Dr. Christopher Perrin


If you've been following along with the last couple of interviews here at Your Morning Basket, you know that Pam has been walking us through the "3Rs" that make up a rich Morning Time: recitation, reading aloud, and ritual. Now it's time to tackle...


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 2015-09-29  42m
 
 

YMB #4 Choosing What is Best: A Conversation with Dr. Christopher Perrin


If you've been following along with the last couple of interviews here at Your Morning Basket, you know that Pam has been walking us through the "3Rs" that make up a rich Morning Time: recitation, reading aloud, and ritual.

Now it's time to tackle the third R, ritual. So often I find myself wanting to slow down and give my children time in our day to think, explore, and reflect...


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 2015-09-29  42m
 
 

episode 3: YMB #3 Reading In Morning Time: An Interview with Brandy Vencel


Welcome to another episode of Your Morning Basket. You may remember that, early in episode 2, Pam introduced us to the "4 Rs" that make up a rich Morning Time: recitation, reading aloud, ritual, and relationship. (And if you happened to miss that one, be sure to check it out!)

In today's interview, Pam talks with Brandy Vencel of Afterthoughts about the second of those Rs, reading aloud...


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 2015-09-15  48m
 
 

episode 2: YMB #2 Furnishing The Mind


Andrew Pudewa is the director for the Institute for Excellence in Writing and proponent of memorization in education. In this episode of Your Morning Basket we talk about the effects of memorization on the brain, what to memorize, how to memorize, and how memorization furnishes the mind.

For show notes and downloads visit: https://pambarnhill.com/ymb2


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 2015-09-01  50m
 
 

YMB #2 Furnishing The Mind


A conversation with Andrew Pudewa


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 2015-09-01  50m