Home Ed Voices Podcast – (Season 3) Episode 28 Lorna (@2devonpixies_home_ed)
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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 is episode 28 and this week I’m talking to Lorna from @2devonpixies_home_ed. We talked on the 17th March, as lockdown for the coronavirus was just starting, but before the school’s had closed, so that colours the whole conversation. However we also talk about tuff trays, the pedagogy of ‘give it a go’ and Lorna brings a fantastic book list that will keep you going through these strange days.
- Tuff Trays
- Scratch of World maps
- The Animals of Farthing Wood by Colin Dann
- The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Fortunately the Milk by Neil Gaiman
- Odd and The Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman
- The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton
- Twinkl home educators facebook group
- BBC iplayer – Andy’s Wild Workouts
- Youtube – Cosmic Kids
- Magic Treehouse books by Mary Pope Osborne
- The Waldock Way Magic Treehouse Books Curriculum – Passport to Adventures
- Amazing Machines series by Tony Mitton
- Winnie the Witch series by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul
- Mr Men and Little Miss by Adam Hargreaves and Roger Hargreaves
- Julia Donaldson books
- The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris
- Animalium by Jenny Broom and Katie Scott
- The Read-aloud Family by Sarah Mackenzie
- The Brave Learner by Julia Bogart
- The Enchanted Hour by Meghan Cox Gurdon
- The Call of the Wild and Free by Ainsley Arment
- Messy Maths by Juliet Robinson
- Peggy Kaye books
- Homeschool Adventures by Melissa Calapp
- Sage Homeschooling by Rachel Rainbolt
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