E. 19 Eclectic Homeschooling with Misty Bailey

Part four of four, this episode rounds out the Homeschool Influencer series. This episode gives you a REALLY good picture of what it’s like to sit at my dinning room table and chat with me about homeschool life.  Misty and I met over instagram, and talked for the first time over the internet during this interview and we hit it off RIGHT from the git-go. We covered a huge list of resources, and I have attempted to list them all below. 

Follow Misty’s podcast: Joyfully Homeschooling, on your favorite podcast app. 

Her blog can be found at: Findingjoyinthejourney.net 

Follow her on Instagram @mistybailey_
And on Facebook @jointhejourneywithmistybailey

Curriculum referenced: 

Heroes of History books by Janet and Geoff Benge

Christian Heroes Then and Now series – by Janet and Geoff Benge

Heart of Dakota

Mystery of History

Notgrass History 

Apologia

Christian Light Education

Teaching Textbooks

Mr. D Math

Hooked On Phonics

Nessy Reading Program

All About Reading

Reading Eggs

Logic of English 

Homeschooling With Dyslexia – Marianne Sunderland

Teaching From Rest – by Sarah MacKenzie

Read-Aloud Revival – Sarah MacKenzie 

Desperate – by Sarah Mae 

The interview Misty did with Sarah Mae on Joyfully Homeschooling: E. 87

Lies Homeschool Moms Believe – by Todd Wilson 

Educating the Whole Hearted child – by Clay Clarkson with Sally Clarkson

The Brave Learner – by Julie Bogart 

Homeschool Bravely – by Jamie Erickson 

NIV, Homeschool Mom’s Bible – Zondervan

Four In Tow Podcast The Overwhelming Task of Choosing A Curriculum E.3 & E.4

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