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Homeschool Unrefined

Jul 1, 2019

This is the podcast where we keep homeschool simple, real, and fun... and this episode is all about the FUN! Why focus on fun? Because as the Finnish proverb says, "Those things you learn without joy, you will forget easily." Research shows that learning happens best when everyone (including you!) is in a good mood and feels loved. We share some of the ways we're making homeschool fun and how we're prioritizing connection over lessons and to-do lists.


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Summer Favorites Guide

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Loving this Week

Angela: White Lies podcast from NPR


Maren: Dead to Me on Netflix and Killing Eve on Hulu


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