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YMB 14 Add Freewriting Fun: A Conversation with Julie Bogart

YMB 14 Add Freewriting Fun: A Conversation with Julie Bogart

Julie Bogart is a veteran homeschool mom, professional writer, and the creator of the writing and language arts program Brave Writer. She joins us on this episode of the podcast to discuss freewriting, a method for getting the thoughts that are running through one's...

YMB 13 Plutarch 101: A Conversation with Anne White

YMB 13 Plutarch 101: A Conversation with Anne White

Anne White is a mother of three, a long-time member of the Ambleside Online Advisory Board, and the author of numerous resources on the Greek-born Roman historian Plutarch. She joins us on this episode of the podcast to help us figure out how we might approach reading...

YMB #11 All About Nature Study: A Conversation with Cindy West

YMB #11 All About Nature Study: A Conversation with Cindy West

Cindy West is a homeschooling mother of three and the author of the NaturExplorer series. She joins us on this episode of the podcast to share her contagious enthusiasm for nature study. She discusses the importance of this sometimes-neglected subject--how nature...

YMB #10 All About Narration: A Conversation with Sonya Shafer

YMB #10 All About Narration: A Conversation with Sonya Shafer

Welcome back to a brand new season of Your Morning Basket. We're starting this season off with a real treat: a conversation with Sonya Shafer all about narration. Sonya is a veteran homeschooling mom and the co-founder of Simply Charlotte Mason, where she makes the...

YMB #9 Morning Time Q&A With Mystie Winckler

YMB #9 Morning Time Q&A With Mystie Winckler

Pam and her good friend Mystie Winckler of Simply Convivial wrap up this season of the podcast with an entire episode devoted to answering listener questions. They share inspiration, practical tips, how-to's, and amusing anecdotes from their combined 12 years of...

YMB #8 Start With Wonder: A Conversation with Nicholas Ireland

YMB #8 Start With Wonder: A Conversation with Nicholas Ireland

Nicholas Ireland, a father of two, teaches humanities to middle schoolers at a classical school in Alabama. On this episode of the podcast, he tackles the subject of poetry. Why is poetry important? What poems should I start with? What makes good poetry good? What if...

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