Pam Barnhill believes that you don’t have to sacrifice relationships to homeschool strong.
An award-winning educator, former journalist, and now homeschooling mom, she has a knack for breaking down big tasks into small, manageable steps and getting to the heart of the stories her listeners want to hear.
She is the host of the popular podcast Your Morning Basket and the author of two homeschooling books: Better Together: Strengthen Your Family, Simplify Your Homeschool, and Savor the Subjects that Matter Most and Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace.
Pam lives in the Deep South with her husband of twenty-five years, three (mostly) awesome kids, and the dog dynamic duo. You can find her online at pambarnhill.com.
Having a homeschool year with less turbulence depends on creating a homeschool plan that can flex to meet the demands of the day-to-day and all the challenges life throws at you along the way. Join Pam as she outlines the ten steps you need to put your homeschool year on autopilot and spend less me planning, worrying, and trying to keep everything in the air during the school year so you can enjoy your kids more.
What if you had just two hours each day to educate your kids? You would probably divide one hour between math, reading, and composition — three skills basic to all other learning. This talk is about what to do with that other hour. Building on the Four Rs — ritual, reading aloud, recitation, and relationship — Pam shows you how to create a content- rich, life-giving plan for everyone in your homeschool no matter what their ages. With tons of practical examples, book suggestions, and encouragement, this talk will have you walking away confident in the most effective hour of your day.