Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 3 Episode 27 pt1 – Day in the Life – Kate (HomeEdVoices.co.uk)
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The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families. You can find out more about the podcast here.
This week we are trying something different and doing a deep dive into what is going on for a home ed family right now, with a Day in the Life interview.*
Kate from this here website was willing to play guinea pig, given that she had already done the standard interview in episode 7 (and 25) of the podcast.
You can read all of Kate’s contributions to the blog here.
(*That said, we’re still doing the standard interviews that are the backbone this podcast. But they are mostly about the why of home education, and it’s nice to get stuck into the how as well, so we’re going a do a mixture of the two, with some special episodes added into the mix for good measure.)
- Books for Keeps
- The Girl Who Stole an Elephant by Nizrana Farook
- Planners and Pantsers
- Neil Gaiman talking about second drafts
- Prodigy Maths
- Maths Seeds
- Outschool – Druidawn
- The Magical Land of Yeld
- Beast Academy
- Kate Snow – Homeschool Maths Help
- Usborne History of Britain
- Mel Chemistry
- Kate’s Review of Mel Chemistry
- Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding
- Artistic Pursuits for Art
- Little People Big Dreams books
- Demi biographies
- Beowulf’s Grammar
- Kate’s post about Screentime
- The Story of Science
- Memorize app
- Kate’s review of Memorize
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