Homeschool Podcasts (Complete List)
When I first heard about podcasts I wasn’t impressed and didn’t think it would last; boy was I wrong. According to Podcast Insights, 51% of the United States population has listened to a podcast. 49% listen to podcasts at home, and 22% listen to them in the car.
For me, it would be closer to 90% at home. I find that listening to podcasts while I’m tidying up, yardening, or cleaning our rat cage (this takes a while) drastically helps to alleviate the boredom and redeem the time.
As podcasts becoming even more popular and widespread, it gets harder to find the right podcast to listen to.
We previously published a blog post which lists 15 favorite podcasts from our readers. In this blog post, we are compiling a list of homeschool podcasts. If we are missing a podcast, please post a link in the comments section to that we can keep this blog post up-to-date.
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.”
“Our heart is to take on the work of wrestling through the, sometimes difficult and philosophical, ideas presented throughout the classical education movement and bring them down to earth, specifically and practically for the classical homeschooling mom.”
“Join us as we cultivate grace into the principles and practices of homeschool and motherhood. Homeschool experts and mentors will be here to share encouragement, tackle questions about homeschooling methods, learning styles, and to help you cultivate a home culture filled with grace. Right here — every Tuesday.”
Cultivating the Lovely is hosted by MacKenzie Koppa, a single mom of four. “This space is all about realness, encouragement, humor and, hopefully, a little bit of inspiration thrown in along the way!”
This podcast is ideal for any parent who is seeking knowledge in the Charlotte Mason method of education. Through A Delectable Education, you can join in on the weekly conversations between three moms who’ve studied the approach and have practiced the principles in their home. The episodes provide information, support, and encouragement in a fun, laid-back way.
The Home Education Podcast is part of the homeschooling journey of a family in England. Their goal is to help other homeschoolers by answering questions that they had when they were first learning about it.
The Homemaking Foundations Podcast provides listeners with practical tips and Biblical encouragement.
“Cait and Kara are two homeschooling moms doing this homeschooling thing out right beside you. On this podcast, we talk about real life homeschooling, books, caffeine addiction and surviving and thriving through these wonderful years.”
This podcast is perfect for parents who are looking for homeschool support. Find out what other parents are working on, worrying over, and learning about. Connect with the stories and lessons from other homeschool families miles away. Different categories, ranging from Talking Preschool to Cultivating Young Entrepreneurs.
Pam Barnhill hosts The Homeschool Solutions Show every Friday to “Bring you the best homeschool content on the web.”
“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.”
“Are you ready for a homeschooling experience you can enjoy? One with less stress and more fun? Are you ready to think differently about homeschool? Join Maren and Angela every Monday as we encourage each other, laugh, and get real about homeschool.”
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.”
Savvy Homeschool Moms Postcast is a homeschool podcast that features peeks into actual homeschool experiences and answers questions that they get about homeschooling.
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.”
This podcast give 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 10ish 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.”
“The podcast that encourages and inspires you to find simple ways to bring more joy into your day. Whether you are looking for a little encouragement in your faith, family, home, homeschooling (if you do) — or just life — then this is the podcast for you!”
The Wired Homeschool is a podcast produced by homeschooling dad John Wilkerson that is focused on technology advice for homeschooling families.
With new episodes airing every other Tuesday, all of your morning time questions are answered in Your Morning Basket. 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, they’ve discussed it.
Did we miss a podcast? Please provide a link below in the comments and we will take a look.