Homeschool podcasts are a great way to learn and be entertained, especially if you’re looking for something to listen to while you’re tidying up, gardening, or other tasks that don’t require your constant attention.
It’s hard to find the right podcast to listen to when there are so many choices.
This is a compilation of active homeschool podcasts. If we are missing a podcast, please post a link in the comments section so that we can keep this list up-to-date.
Latest update: 9/5/23
Active Homeschool Podcasts
“The All in a Homeschool Day Podcast is not about finding the right curriculum or doing all the right things. It is about helping you focus on the best for your homeschool and your family so you can homeschool with confidence and joy!”
Sally Clarkson shares her beliefs, advice, and stories in order to connect with other Christian mothers. Sally hopes to give mothers the inspiration and resources to cultivate a home with God’s love by giving her listeners inspiration and encouragement in each episode, varying from developing growth in discipleship, motherhood, education, home, and leadership.
“Author and speaker Heidi St. John brings encouraging, relevant, Biblical truth to women.”
“Feeling called to homeschool, but struggling to make it happen? Listen with me each week to help calm your fears and learn how to create peace in your home and in your homeschool.”
Join us for the Demme Learning Show, where the goal is to help families build lifelong learners.
“Join us each week as we host a special guest and have conversations that will empower your homeschool journey.”
Capturing the Charmed Life is focused on tackling homeschool challenges and providing homeschool moms with self-care strategies.
“Discussing the topics that you might not find covered at your local homeschooling convention, veteran homeschooling parents and bloggers, Andy and Kendra Fletcher, use humor and honesty to pull the veil back on Christian homeschooling.”
“I love to inspire other moms on their homeschool journey and share in the joys and challenges of homeschooling an outside-the-box child.”
“Join me in a series of Homeschool Conversations: interviews with real-life homeschool moms, dads, and other educators on all sorts of topics that affect our lives as homeschool parents.”
“Cait and Kara are two homeschooling moms doing this homeschooling thing right beside you. On this podcast, we talk about real-life homeschooling, books, caffeine addiction, and surviving and thriving through these wonderful years.”
“You will get to listen in on some great conversations with wonderful guests all designed to equip us as homeschooling moms. It is our hope as we gather together in this space, we will encourage one another.”
“Homeschool Talks is an informative podcast about all things homeschooling. We feature exciting interviews with homeschoolers from all walks of life. Each episode is packed with practical tips, inspiring stories, and more.”
“On the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast, our goal is to inspire and encourage you with actionable strategies to take you from overwhelmed to confident in your homeschool adventure. Listen to interviews with amazing influencers in the homeschool world and beyond.”
“Through our many travels, one thing became very clear to our family: the need for community. The need to exchange information and ideas, the need to learn from others, the need to be inspired, the need to connect.”
“Let’s Talk Homeschool is a podcast hosted by Davis and Rachael Carman. They have been homeschooling their seven kids since 1996. Currently, five have graduated from their family homeschool and are in college or have already graduated.”
“Join us for some honest discussion about how to make home education cozy. Just like you imagined.”
“We’re three generations of moms who have experienced nearly every season of motherhood. We don’t have all the answers, but you can be sure that we’ll always point you to the One who does.”
“We’re Emma and Beth, two mom friends who have been homeschooling our kids together for about fifteen years in super-flexible, fun ways. Our oldest kids have graduated and are successful adults, and we are still homeschooling the rest of our kiddos. On our podcast and blog, we’ll be sharing our experiences along with tips and tricks for creating a peaceful homeschool life. Peaceful Homeschool: You can do it, and it can change your family’s life.”
“Find inspiration for the everyday management of your home and homeschool with practical, simple, guilt-free ideas from a mom who knows exactly where you are.”
Get motivated and encouraged with Sarah Mackenzie’s Read-Aloud Revival. This podcast equips you with the resources you need to build a family culture around reading. Parents, homeschoolers, and instructors are inspired through interviews to make reading aloud a focal point of family life.
“Want to raise your kids to love learning? To become lifelong learners—children who know that they can find the answers to anything they’re curious about? This is the podcast about all of that and more! Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and listen to how others help inspire kids to view their world with play and passion and fascination.”
Scholé Sisters [skoh-lay] exists to help mothers in their homeschooling journey, both for their families and for themselves. “We’re friends who believe that teaching is the art of being imitated and who desire to bring scholé into our homes. Each of us draws on the classical tradition in different ways; our practices look different, but our commitment to the principles is the same.”
“The Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast brings encouragement and resources from the top home education experts in the nation to homeschool families and families considering homeschooling around the world.”
“The Simple Homeschool podcast brings a quick dose of homeschooling inspiration, confidence, and freedom your way, helping you discover the unique style of home education that fits your unique family.”
This podcast gives parents the option to listen to their weekly blog. Each week, author and speaker Sonya Shafer gives encouragement and teaching tips to help parents homeschool with the Charlotte Mason method.
“Every week a new audio blog post will publish on Mondays—no seasons, no themes, just another 10-ish minute short but meaty focus session to help you keep your head in the game as a homeschool mom who is juggling many plates while wearing many hats.”
“You’ll laugh, be renewed, and know that you’re not alone in your struggle to homeschool your kids. So pour a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and join us each week.”
“Join me as I share ideas, stories, homeschool record-keeping tips, and resources for living an unschooling life of unconditional love.”
Pam Barnhill offers another quality podcast. With new episodes airing every other Tuesday, Your Morning Basket answers all of your morning-time questions. Listen to moms discuss everything from choosing the right book for your child, to figuring out the best time to introduce Shakespeare into the lesson plan, to how to get your child to sit still. Chances are if you’ve thought it, she’s discussed it.