Interview with Julie Bogart of Brave Writer, pt 2 (Ep #60, 11/29/15)

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Interview with Julie Bogart of Brae Writer, part 2, Savvy Homeschool Moms PodcastIn this episode, the moms share the second, and final, half of their interview with Julie Bogart of Brave Writer (language arts and writing curriculum.)


Tina’s son Tyren’s drum performance. Tyr is the one on the right, playing timbales (with the braid).

Links in this Episode:

Homeschool Day at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
Beckie’s Katch Account with Periscopes from the Monterey Bay Aquarium
Homeschooling Thanksgiving in a Culturally Sensitive Way Pinterest board
Noodle Homeschool
Spotted Towhee
Cursive First by Liz FitzGerald
Podcast Interview with the author of Cursive First, Liz FitzGerald (Home School Support Network Podcast, Christian content)

Brave Writer Links:
Poetry Teatime
Blog Posts about Poetry Teatime
Poetry Teatime Pinterest Board
About Peter Elbow
Writing Without Teachers
Writing Power
Sample of The Wand
Sample of Jot It Down
Getting Started with Brave Writer
Julie’s Katch.me (for archived Periscopes)
Julie’s Coaching Page
https://www.facebook.com/bravewriter
https://twitter.com/bravewriter
https://www.pinterest.com/bravewriter
help@bravewriter.com
Brave Writer podcasts
Brave Writer Lifestyle Email List
Free Writing Lesson

Books in this Episode

Beckie:

Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
The Martian by Andy Weir
Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink

Tina:

Together:

Les Miserables, Children’s Edition by Victor Hugo and Matthew Larsen
The Lightning Thief (bk 1 Percy Jackson) by Rick Riordan

Tyren (Age 10):

The Story of The First World War (Usborne book) by Paul Dowswell
The Field Guide (bk 1 Spiderwick Chronicles) by Tony DiTerlizzi

Tina:

The Writer’s Jungle: A Survivor’s Guide to Writing with Kids, by Julie Bogart

 

This episode is sponsored by:

Moving Beyond the Page – homeschool curriculum for hands-on, creative, and gifted learners. Learn more at www.movingbeyondthepage.com.
Math Mammoth – Publisher of student directed math worktexts that all the Savvy Homeschool Kids use. Learn more at www.mathmammoth.com.
Pandia Press – Publisher of REAL Science Odyssey and History Odyssey. Check out their fantastic Try Before you Buy! Learn more at www.pandiapress.com.

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