Merry St Nicholas to all of you. We discuss the legend behind the red suit and some of the forgotten traditions around this iconic festival.
We get sleepy as we talk about hibernation and which animals take a longer than average nap.
Frogger and Toad give a brief score of the week and we read today’s poem.
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Finally, after spending the last 72 episodes talking (however vaguely) about home education we share our top three tips on how not to home educate.
We discuss an easy way to integrate daily poetry into your schedule.
And Frogger and Toad move on in maths and share their weekly highlights.
We use Google random number generator to find the winner of our competition to win a signed copy of S. Crombies book, The Secret Sorceress. Could it be you?
Also this week, hear about Martinmas; how we remember to create warmth and light in the darkening days.
And Frogger and Toad share their weekly scores!
We get the chills on this week’s podcast as we share our listeners spooky experiences, Toad gets creative with pumpkin baking and join Frogger and Toad for their scores of the week. Links: www.amazon.co.uk/Secret-Sorceress-S-Crombie
We discuss our spooky experiences after Bolsover Castle is named the most haunted of the English Heritage properties,
Paul tells us all about Rocket Stoves and Frogger and Toad discuss their weekly highlights.
After adopting a section of the Cleveland way we carry out our first patrol and Frogger and Toad report back. Meanwhile, did you celebrate national porridge day? If not, don’t worry, we discuss some of the other national days in October.
Plus join the kiddies for their weekly highlights.
We examine how the first week of our new academic year has gone; combining Waldorf with Charlotte Mason and how the two intermingle well into our daily rhythm. Plus, join Frogger and Toad for their Scores of the Week.
Hello from an autumnal September in North Yorkshire. Does anybody know where summer went? We spent two weeks in Normandy and summer evaporated.
Hear all about our adventures; from our French cuisine consumption to our observations about cultural differences. Toad and Frogger do a really good job of explaining the relevance of the battle of Hastings despite not being overly impressed with the embroidery at Bayeux. They also discuss the hungry jaguars at the zoo and share their highlights of the holiday.
Happy September everyone! Join us next week as we combine Charlotte mason with Steiner.