Your Morning Basket

Are you ready for homeschooling to feel joyful again? Want to build relationships and enjoy learning with your children? Welcome to Your Morning Basket. Hosted by Pam Barnhill, this podcast shares the magic and fulfillment that Morning Time aka Morning Basket or Circle Time can bring to your homeschool.Join host Pam Barnhill every other Tuesday as she shares principles and practices that can help you create a delightful start to your homeschool day. Discussions with experts and mentor-moms cover everything from choosing the right books for a wide age range to memorizing poems to getting kids to sit still. If you are ready to spend less time planning and more time engaged in learning with your children, join Your Morning Basket Plus https://plus.pambarnhill.com/your-morning-basket-plus-membership/

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 42m. Bisher sind 162 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 20 hours 53 minutes

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episode 28: YMB #28 Morning Time with Boys: A Conversation with Kathy Weitz


One of the struggles we hear about often here at the Your Morning Basket podcast is how do you do Morning Time with boys -- especially resistant boys.

To answer that question we brought in an expert. Kathy Weitz has five boys all of whom are in their teens or older. She knows what it is like to do Shakespeare, poetry, and literature with a passel of males and come out on the other side able to tell the tales...


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 2017-01-24  43m
 
 

episode 29: YMB #29 Building Family Culture: A Conversation with Audrey Wilkerson


Just over a year-and-a-half ago Audrey Wilkerson and her husband welcomed three little girls into their home through overseas adoption. Facing three children who didn't speak English and had never even been inside a classroom, Audrey used Morning Time to help build relationships in this burgeoning family and the academic and English skills these girls so desperately needed.

This is the story of how Morning Time built a family. Enjoy...


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 2017-02-07  29m
 
 

episode 30: YMB #30 Tension in Morning Time: A Conversation with Jennifer Dow


You know you love Morning Time but there is something that pulls at you each time you sit down to do it -- especially if your time is short or your day hasn't gone exactly according to plan. We are often faced with the temptation to skip the true, good, and beautiful so we can get on with the "real" learning -- the math, handwriting, and science. But why?

Join Jennifer Dow and me as we talk about this tension that so many of us feel...


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 2017-02-21  39m
 
 

episode 33: YMB #33 Hymns in Morning Time: A Conversation with Kari Bass


Hymn study has long been a staple of many homeschool Morning Times. One of the greatest gifts you can give your non-readers is the ability to sing along during worship. This week we are chatting with Kari Bass of Hymns at Home about the benefits of studying hymns and some of the resources she has available to make it easier on homeschool families...


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 2017-04-04  41m
 
 

episode 34: YMB #34 A More Organic Morning Time: A Conversation with Hayley Beck


Sometimes as much as we want to create an ideal Morning Time habit in our home, something stands in our way. That doesn't mean we have to give up.

Our guest today, Hayley Beck found that by putting aside the idea of an ideal Morning Time she was able to create something that works very well for her family. Hear all about how it works for them in this episode. 

For shownotes and episode downloads, visit https://pambarnhill.com/ymb34.


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 2017-04-18  38m
 
 

episode 35: YMB #35 Special Needs and Morning Time: A Conversation with Meghan Dempster


We love to say that Morning Time is for everyone from toddler to mom. No matter what your age, you can always take something from the subjects in Morning Time. This week Meghan Dempster is here to emphasize that message and add to it. Morning Time is beneficial to everyone no matter their abilities and needs as well...


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 2017-05-02  32m
 
 
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