Sarah Mackenzie helps your family fall in love with books, and helps *you* fall in love with homeschooling.
RAR #218: Jolabokaflod: How to Have a Christmas Book Flood
During Jolabokaflod, you gift members of your family with new books, and everyone drinks hot cocoa and spends all of Christmas Eve reading.
RAR #217: It’s Time to Put Some Pinecones Back
Each new year, we think through all the homeschool curriculum we might want or need, and we pack it all in. It's time to put some of it back.
RAR #216: How to Teach from Rest
The principles of Teaching from Rest apply no matter how old your kids are. The obstacles and challenges change, but the core stays the same.
Christmas School 2022
The 2022 Christmas School is open-and-go and offers fantastic lessons for students age PreK-High School. Join us!
RAR #215: Whimsy and the Power of Childhood Reading
Chances are, you know of the picture book sensation, Bear Snores On. Today, I want you to meet the woman who wrote it, Karma Wilson.
RAR #214: Am I Doing Enough?
If you’re asking yourself the question, “Am I doing enough in my homeschool?” You are not alone. And today, we’re going to talk about it.
Fantastic practical homeschool help
So thankful for this podcast and one’s like it that have helped so much over the years. She is funny and kind and does a great job of giving practical advice.
I’ve only listened to a couple of episodes, so I don’t know if Sarah ever has guests to chat with, but so far, nada. I’ve read a couple of her books and they were fine, but her podcast voice is the same as her narrator voice, which does not sound like a genuine speaking voice. The podcast is basically a long form add for her premium paid service and I’m just not into that. If your podcast content isn’t solid and interesting, there’s nothing that draws me into the paid service. Her books came so highly recommended to me that I expected much more in terms of depth and resources and guests (!) on the podcast.
New to podcast caught you on girlfriends podcast
Do you have a book list for babies 6month old and up?!