40 min

Ep. 209: A Guide to Homeschooling with Jennifer Pepito Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

    • Kids & Family

If you're feeling frustrated and disconnected from your child's education, despite your efforts to engage and support them, then you are not alone! Many parents find that traditional schooling systems often fail to provide the personalized attention and emotional connection their children need to thrive academically and emotionally.
Join host Dr. Meg Meeker as she interviews Jennifer Pepito, a homeschooling veteran and mother of seven, who shares her insights on creating an enriching and safe educational environment. Discover the secrets to providing a developmentally appropriate and spiritually nourishing education for your children through homeschooling. 

ABOUT OUR GUEST:
Jennifer Pepito is the author of Mothering by the Book, host of the Restoration Home podcast, and the founder of The Peaceful Press. Jennifer is on a mission to help moms overcome fear and love their lives, and her homeschool curriculum empowers this through heroic stories, heartwarming poetry, and engaging life skills development. Her resources help create joyful memories among families, which leads to deeper connections and lasting relationships. Follow her on her social media accounts @thepeacefulpress or online @ thepeacefulpress.com.

FROM THE PRODUCER:
Thanks for helping Dr. Meg’s parenting revolution reach more than 5 MILLION downloads! If you found today’s content helpful, please consider sharing it with another parent and subscribing to stay updated on future episodes. You can also visit DrMegMeeker.com for additional parenting resources and online courses.
Get social with Dr. Meg on YouTube, Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMD


SPONSORS:
Skip trips to the grocery store and count on HelloFresh to make home cooking easy, fun, AND affordable – that’s why it’s America’s #1 meal kit!. Click here and use code 50drmeg for 50% off plus free shipping!

This episode is sponsored by K12-powered schools. With a track record of over twenty years, K12 stands as an accredited pioneer in online education, providing tuition-free learning guided by state-certified educators. Learn more here.

The key moments in this episode are:
00:00:00 Should We Homeschool?
00:02:44 Changes in Homeschooling
00:05:10 Saving Childhood
00:06:51 Homeschooling and ADHD
00:10:27 Academics in Homeschooling
00:15:25 Using Playful Pioneers Resource
00:16:12 Resources for Math and Grammar
00:17:31 Combining Grade Levels
00:18:03 Homeschooling and College
00:19:23 Mothering by the Book
00:30:26 The Importance of More Time with Parents for Children with Behavior Disorders
00:31:22 The Benefits of Homeschooling in Building Attachment and Maturity
00:32:48 Connection Challenge for Building Attachment
00:33:57 Early Childhood Practices for Better Adult Regulation
00:35:50 Rebuilding Relationships with Teenagers
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

If you're feeling frustrated and disconnected from your child's education, despite your efforts to engage and support them, then you are not alone! Many parents find that traditional schooling systems often fail to provide the personalized attention and emotional connection their children need to thrive academically and emotionally.
Join host Dr. Meg Meeker as she interviews Jennifer Pepito, a homeschooling veteran and mother of seven, who shares her insights on creating an enriching and safe educational environment. Discover the secrets to providing a developmentally appropriate and spiritually nourishing education for your children through homeschooling. 

ABOUT OUR GUEST:
Jennifer Pepito is the author of Mothering by the Book, host of the Restoration Home podcast, and the founder of The Peaceful Press. Jennifer is on a mission to help moms overcome fear and love their lives, and her homeschool curriculum empowers this through heroic stories, heartwarming poetry, and engaging life skills development. Her resources help create joyful memories among families, which leads to deeper connections and lasting relationships. Follow her on her social media accounts @thepeacefulpress or online @ thepeacefulpress.com.

FROM THE PRODUCER:
Thanks for helping Dr. Meg’s parenting revolution reach more than 5 MILLION downloads! If you found today’s content helpful, please consider sharing it with another parent and subscribing to stay updated on future episodes. You can also visit DrMegMeeker.com for additional parenting resources and online courses.
Get social with Dr. Meg on YouTube, Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMD


SPONSORS:
Skip trips to the grocery store and count on HelloFresh to make home cooking easy, fun, AND affordable – that’s why it’s America’s #1 meal kit!. Click here and use code 50drmeg for 50% off plus free shipping!

This episode is sponsored by K12-powered schools. With a track record of over twenty years, K12 stands as an accredited pioneer in online education, providing tuition-free learning guided by state-certified educators. Learn more here.

The key moments in this episode are:
00:00:00 Should We Homeschool?
00:02:44 Changes in Homeschooling
00:05:10 Saving Childhood
00:06:51 Homeschooling and ADHD
00:10:27 Academics in Homeschooling
00:15:25 Using Playful Pioneers Resource
00:16:12 Resources for Math and Grammar
00:17:31 Combining Grade Levels
00:18:03 Homeschooling and College
00:19:23 Mothering by the Book
00:30:26 The Importance of More Time with Parents for Children with Behavior Disorders
00:31:22 The Benefits of Homeschooling in Building Attachment and Maturity
00:32:48 Connection Challenge for Building Attachment
00:33:57 Early Childhood Practices for Better Adult Regulation
00:35:50 Rebuilding Relationships with Teenagers
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 min

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