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HOMEBOUND: Julie Bogart (Word Play) - Shared screen with speaker view
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27:48
We've been listening to Jim Weiss at bedtime. Helps the kids settle down for bedl
Ellen Fondell
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Thanks for giving us somewhere to "go" each evening!!
Allison Pittman
27:59
Yes, Ellen!
Dawn
28:01
All replays here: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Sarah Ochoa
28:23
yes, I am so excited to get all of this information, amazing. And also…I am locked in my room away from my family. So that’s a bonus.
Shaheen Ma
28:27
love all the sessions
Sarah Ochoa
29:27
yay! a plan
Sarah Ochoa
29:37
me!!!
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I'm new
Rachel Lightner
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yes, me too!
Marci Groom
30:07
Welcome new and temporary homeschoolers! we are glad you’re here with us!
Christina Oliveri-Ceballos
30:16
Julie's podcasts are so good!
Dawn
30:18
Julie on IG: https://www.instagram.com/juliebravewriter/
Lorraine McHugh
30:24
your podcasts are amazing!
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30:28
Thank you!
Gina Tampio
30:46
Podcasts are filled with wisdom and support!
Sarah Ochoa
30:48
how fun!
Shaheen Ma
31:00
yes love your podcasts and gracious space videos
Sarah Ochoa
31:04
thank you, Marci =)
Maleeha Ahmad
31:43
how old were your kids when you were jotting this down?
Shaheen Ma
31:53
I am trying to jot it down too
Maleeha Ahmad
31:54
thanks Julie!
Rachel McLean
32:02
I am so looking forward to this session!
Maleeha Ahmad
32:02
asking cuz my son has dysgraphia
Shaheen Ma
32:23
I have started two separate books for two boys of mine
Jen Schwammlein
32:34
❤️
Maleeha Ahmad
33:03
yes, I saw that inspiring story in the writers jungle!!
Ashley Tieman
34:05
same with my kids and me sounding out words in Japanese!
Zuleika Opolko
34:08
Thank you for speaking to the non-linear among us!!! Like balm to the soul!!!!
Maleeha Ahmad
34:26
any suggestions for a 9 year old who has so much writing anxiety that the sight of pen and paper even hurts! he has been homeschooled for two years but remembers writing experiences from school and is traumatized
Zuleika Opolko
34:58
pens / pencils made of Disney characters?
Zuleika Opolko
35:14
Scented pencil crayons to make the writing utensils fun? ;)
natalie bardwell
35:29
Window markers? Write on the windows?
Zuleika Opolko
35:31
And keep telling him “there are no wrong answers”.
Zuleika Opolko
35:40
Writing in sand!
Mary Hicks
35:52
Sidewalk chalk (weather permitting)
natalie bardwell
36:09
Quill pen and ink?
Kim Swords
36:09
letter tiles
Tara Ford
36:25
Maleeh, my kids prefer white board and markers. There is also a fun thing called a buggie board that can also work
Zuleika Opolko
36:46
quill pen reminded me - an actual feather made into a pen, dip it in ink
natalie bardwell
36:59
I got quill pens from Etsy
natalie bardwell
37:09
They are authentic and really cool.
Tara Ford
37:32
I am also thinking of other fun things about writing. We did secret messages with lemon juice.
Dawn
37:40
Use jot it down practices with him. Julie will share more tonight.
Tara Ford
37:48
or secret codes with made up keys
Sarah Ochoa
38:10
that’s terrific. so cute!!!
Anita Romeo
38:23
we narrate now but haven't tried doing an illustration..love it
Dawn
38:26
LOVE these!
Sam Trudeau
38:55
That's a good idea for my boys, writing isn't their fave
Zuleika Opolko
38:58
Oh wow this makes narration so much more fun!!!! Start with the picture and then put words to it!!!
Zuleika Opolko
39:32
My 11 year old son has always drowned in a ton of detail when narrating. Starting w a pic will streamline i think!
Rachel McLean
39:55
I love this! How old do you think he was when this was completed?
Zuleika Opolko
40:16
This is a brilliant webinar!
Shaheen Ma
40:49
oh..so we read each story for a month and then let the child narrate or write or draw..a page per story ,for the book?
Shaheen Ma
41:14
I am trying to do the body tracing project...
Zuleika Opolko
41:15
multiple versions of the same story for a month
Shaheen Ma
41:26
oh ok..
Shaheen Ma
42:41
like board books
Zuleika Opolko
42:57
yes that would work!
Dawn
42:57
Yes! Immerse them in the story, then have them do a retelling.
Meg Van Meter
43:27
Thank you for the visuals! This is so helpful.
natalie bardwell
43:34
Agreed! Thank you!
natalie bardwell
43:44
It brings the Jot It Down projects to life!
Zuleika Opolko
43:45
YEs, thank you!!!!
Shaheen Ma
43:48
yes..very helpful
Shaheen Ma
43:53
thank you!
Lori Staifer
43:58
how long did you write for your kids? like what age did you stop?
Dawn
45:26
We can use jot it down principles with your teens. It’s a wonderful tool to help kids of any age get words on the page. It’s all about meeting your child where they are.
natalie bardwell
45:42
My absolute favorite quote!
Sam Trudeau
45:57
Love this!
Ashley Tieman
45:58
YES!
Zuleika Opolko
46:14
this will be my new mantra!
Dawn
46:28
Find the replay tomorrow on the Homebound page: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Shaheen Ma
46:47
yes!
Dawn
47:22
“There are no educational emergencies.” - Stephanie Elms
Zuleika Opolko
48:18
A “gap year” in Junior High - a thought that is amazing and blows my mind!!! I love it!!! :)
Mariel Barrett
48:50
Loving this! Movie night with my family now. Can’t wait to watch. the rest on the replay!
Sarah Ochoa
48:50
I love Liam’s story so very much. He’s such an awesome adult
Zuleika Opolko
49:44
This is what I’ve needed to hear for a few years now!! Can’t thank you enough!!!!!!!!
Rachel McLean
50:18
I wish everyone could hear this talk. Thank you so much for your wisdom Julie!
Mina Sachdev
50:24
My son and I have talked about having an extra year before high school if we needed it. In fact it was his idea to take one if he needs it. This is what I needed to hear that it is ok.
Mina Sachdev
50:55
Thank you for sharing all of these great ideas and visuals
Zuleika Opolko
53:11
Red marks don’t address learning readiness so they fail. interesting. Makes sense!!!
Gina Tampio
53:16
You might also look at Heather Woodie for hearing from a person who specializes in homeschooling high school and figuring out how/when to take gap years or extra years. She blends very well with Brave Writer.
Sarah Miko
55:22
I had an English teacher in public high school who did meeting with each student between draft and final stages and I never understood why since it took SO much class time. Mind blown.
Zuleika Opolko
01:00:16
I was allowed to write on my walls growing up too!!! It’s wonderful!!!
Shaheen Ma
01:00:17
mine does this...scribbling around..
Shaheen Ma
01:00:39
yes..our walls and floors full of scribbles..
Zuleika Opolko
01:00:43
White board - my 8 year old experiments w drawing and writing on a white board because it doesn’t feel permanent to him.
Shaheen Ma
01:01:01
and I want to take photo to save some of it
Zuleika Opolko
01:01:10
Do take photos!!
Shaheen Ma
01:01:32
yes,I will.
Zuleika Opolko
01:01:40
I just took a ‘history drawing” photo of the pic drawn on the wall chalk board, printed it and added it to his history book!
Dawn
01:01:43
We put big pieces of butcher paper up for the kids to write on! :-)
Zuleika Opolko
01:01:50
And then, erase and do it again! :)
Zuleika Opolko
01:03:05
using a round shaped table can also help
Zuleika Opolko
01:03:19
for eye contact i man
Zuleika Opolko
01:03:21
mean
Shaheen Ma
01:04:56
yes..thank you for that
Mina Sachdev
01:08:13
Thank you for reminding us to see the beauty and wonder of learning in our children that we used to see in them when they were younger. Even as they get older, there are so many beautiful moments like this, but as a parent, sometimes I forget to prioritize capturing those beautiful learning moments. Your energy and excitement is inspiring.
Sarah Ochoa
01:08:20
I think we’re doing very well!
Vivian Chern
01:08:42
Ditto Mina.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:08:49
My brain hurts, lol. SO much great information!
Shaheen Ma
01:09:30
love poetry teatimes
Dawn
01:09:46
Poetry Teatime site: https://poetryteatime.com/
Maria Peters
01:10:00
We did a Zoom Poetry Tea Time with Grandparents this afternoon
Sarah Ochoa
01:10:04
When we homeschooled, before we moved, my kids LOVED poetry teatime. All boys. It was their favorite thing
Gina Tampio
01:10:27
My all boy household also love poetry tea time.
Christina Robertson
01:10:31
We love our poetry tea times! The kids love it when they help set the table and even help make the fun treat. They even sit quietly and listen to the poems. They always want to hear more.
Shaheen Ma
01:10:31
mine are boys too..
Suzanne Tayal
01:10:55
Maria, that’s brilliant! I’ve been looking for ways to connect with grandparents during this quarantine. Thank you!
Aimie Razza
01:11:04
Love this!
Shaheen Ma
01:11:29
yes...they are restless though..but they do love this...
April Dugger
01:11:39
This has been our favorite activity the last couple of years. My husband joined us for our last one and he was so fun to watch. He thought we were going to analyze poetry and when he realized we were snacking and just reading…he had the best time!
Shaheen Ma
01:11:46
the tea and the treats and the books
Zuleika Opolko
01:12:05
my husband is working from home now, he will LOVE this!!! And so will my two boys!
Sarah Ochoa
01:12:45
its amazing.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:12:51
How long does each tea time usually last?
Mina Sachdev
01:12:56
My husband joined us for poetry teatime this past week and he loved it too! He even got into character as he read the poetry. We have been doing poetry teatime via zoom too.
Maria Peters
01:12:58
You’re welcome, Suzanne. My boys have been really missing their grandparents lately. So we baked a vegan dulce de leche cheesecake yesterday, delivered slices to their doorsteps this morning and then met on Zoom this afternoon.
Sarah Ochoa
01:13:03
depends on your kiddos, Amanda.
Dawn
01:13:09
https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference#amy-ludwig-vanderwater
Suzanne Tayal
01:13:41
If the kids don’t seem to understand a poem, we just read it over again, rather than analyzing it. I always say, “Any poem deserves to be read twice.”
Dawn
01:13:48
For as long as the kids are interested. Five minutes even. That’s okay. Start slow.
Sarah Ochoa
01:13:50
the treats and the novelty of the hot tea with sugar (lots of sugar) did it for my boys- and we read silly poetry for kids. they loved it
Suzanne Tayal
01:15:05
Maria, that sounds completely amazing!
Zuleika Opolko
01:15:28
you can even purchase walkie talkies and use them out in nature, or in the house.
Marci Groom
01:15:34
my ten yo, Blake is listening and glowing about this one!
Mina Sachdev
01:15:51
Yes, silly poems and yummy treats and tea were what my son needed to first get into poetry tea time the first time we did it.
Adelaide Goldberg
01:16:21
What was that link?
Jen M
01:16:45
what was the freewriting prompt link?
Shaheen Ma
01:17:02
is it ok to just jot down some random phrases or some new words he has discovered.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:17:11
I wish I had done that when my kids were little:(
Shaheen Ma
01:17:18
and loves..they are only 5 yo
Zuleika Opolko
01:17:26
jot as much as you can down. They LOVE it and feel highly esteemed.
Marci Groom
01:17:35
do it even when they’re older. I started it with mine when she was 15
Zuleika Opolko
01:17:51
I agree - no guilt, no wrong answers!! :)
Dawn
01:18:03
Freewrite prompts: http://blog.bravewriter.com/category/friday-freewrite/
Shaheen Ma
01:18:12
and uses lots of noises and sound when telling some story when playing
Dawn
01:18:12
http://blog.bravewriter.com/category/friday-freewrite/
Jen M
01:18:13
Thank you, Dawn!!
Gina Tampio
01:18:15
Jot it down has helped us hear some public school writing traumas. it really does work with older kids.
Adelaide Goldberg
01:18:24
Thanks Dawn!
Christina Robertson
01:18:35
My kids love telling stories! I started writing their stories down as they told them, then later they painted or drew a picture to illustrate it. They love going back and reading their stories. They are so proud. My kids are 3 & 6.
Sam Trudeau
01:18:51
such a good idea!
Dawn
01:19:04
That happens sometimes. It’s okay. Try again later.
Megan Themm
01:19:06
love this!!!!!
Adelaide Goldberg
01:19:19
hahahaha
Ashley Tieman
01:19:23
My 4yo is so comfortable with this, she hands me pen and paper and says, “write my words for daddy!”
Shaheen Ma
01:22:05
my kids love to type on computer.. just letters and their name...I open words and enlarge the fonts for them or sometime change the color
Shaheen Ma
01:22:25
*Microsoft words
Tamara Odisho Benjamin
01:23:11
There’s an awesome podcast called story pirates, which takes kids stories and makes it into a sketch comedy. A wonderful motivation for kids and great for a break!
Simone Henry-Price
01:23:28
We were watching an episode of "Little House" and my 7 yr old said, "I think these are mostly about Laura." I was so surprised that she caught that.
Zuleika Opolko
01:23:31
My 8 year old learned to spell texting his daddy at work and watching how the words were corrected! (of course we do a spelling course as well)
Dawn
01:23:52
Free: Brave Writer goes to the Movies!
Dawn
01:23:53
https://store.bravewriter.com/products/brave-writer-goes-to-the-movies
Christina Robertson
01:24:40
My 3 year old son loves making up new games during our family play time after dinner. He always has a name for each new game too, and loves telling us the rules.
Shaheen Ma
01:25:10
yes..I let them type on whatsapp with the emojis n letters to my hubby or my brother or parents
Shaheen Ma
01:25:36
they love to receive a reply in kind..esp in the emojis
Allison Pittman
01:25:59
Peter Reynold’s has a great story book about just this!
Ashley Tieman
01:26:02
We make word lists — collections of words around a theme or a spelling rule and see how many we can find in a week.
Sarah Ochoa
01:27:06
thank you so much
Laura Dietrich
01:27:07
yes please
Ellen Fondell
01:27:08
PLEASE keep going!
Zuleika Opolko
01:27:14
yes thank you!
Gina Tampio
01:27:14
Ashley we do a version of this as well and I am always amazed at how many words they find. Will try it with the theme idea. Thanks.
April Dugger
01:28:02
Friday Free Write is my 11 yo favorite.
Zuleika Opolko
01:28:11
Ha - I did this at school in grade 4, 5 minutes each morning, and my 11 year old son quite likes it. Uses it to vent or express dreams…
Dawn
01:28:23
At least through next week, likely longer, but we’ll add a date to the conference page once we nail that down.
Zuleika Opolko
01:29:06
yes, my 8 year old likes a topic, 11 year old doesn’t.
Dawn
01:29:19
Replays will be posted on the Homebound Conf page: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Zuleika Opolko
01:29:42
Hmmmm, could use their arm and take a picture after!
Maleeha Ahmad
01:29:52
tried free writing with my 9 year old and he doesn’t write at all (he has been in OT and has dysgraphia). he will start drawing instead sometimes but usually doesn’t write at all. the sight of writing and a timer is just too anxiety inducing. any advice?
Dawn
01:30:30
Keep it short. If they are not writing much yet, jot it down for them or use partnership writing principles.
Dawn
01:30:39
Right!
Gina Tampio
01:31:24
Maleeha wonder if you could let him audio record it instead or if he wants you to write for him then do it that way. I would also say to do a really short time. Maybe even 1-3 minutes.
Zuleika Opolko
01:32:10
what about tell him he can only write a maximum of 3 words?
Maleeha Ahmad
01:32:20
yes he would definitely record or dictate. but not write himself! wondering if he will ever do it himself if I let him dictate or record All the time
Maleeha Ahmad
01:32:29
I like this hahaaa maximum of three words
Dawn
01:32:39
Don’t use a timer. (I don’t with my autistic daughter.) Use Jot It Down principles with him. Maybe ask him to tell you about the picture he drew and jot down his story.
Ashley Tieman
01:33:09
I love the respect. Privacy is dignity.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:33:16
If we aren't correcting grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. then when and how do we teach that in their writing?
Zuleika Opolko
01:33:17
What about spelling letters in mini M&M’s and then eating them - take a pic to see what he wrote?
Maleeha Ahmad
01:33:34
thanks so much dawn!! this helps a lot! my son has several special needs too so I can relate to it!
Ashley Tieman
01:33:38
Amanda - on other people’s writing that they have no attachment to.
Maleeha Ahmad
01:34:03
but will he ever start writing on his own if I’m still using jot it down? at age 9
AMANDA WALLACE
01:34:10
She's addressing that now, lol.
Dawn
01:34:22
Work on his handwriting/writing mechanics with copywork. That will help him build his writing skills and eventually apply what he learns to original writing.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:34:30
Does she address this topic again in The Writer's Jungle?
Ashley Tieman
01:35:12
yes
Maleeha Ahmad
01:35:46
thanks SO much Dawn!! really appreciate it!! he usually only does a single line of copywork at a time and I haven’t been too consistent to be honest. this really helps!
Dawn
01:35:52
If they are curious, tell them, but don’t focus on the spelling. Work on spelling though copywork.
Tara Ford
01:36:26
Maleeha, I can't know what will happen for you and your children. I can however tell you that I have a 17 yo and he didn't like writing and didn't do much of it until jr high. He would rather type and he is doing great in JR. college classes now. Things do change
Shaheen Ma
01:36:40
oh! I like that reminiscing but.
Christina Robertson
01:36:44
Thank you thank you thank you Julie! I really needed this session!! So grateful for this!
Shaheen Ma
01:36:46
*bit
Dawn
01:36:51
It takes time. Trust the process. I’ve been through it with my writing resistant 16 year old.
Maleeha Ahmad
01:37:00
thanks so much Tara, that really helps!! so glad to hear your son is doing great!
Maleeha Ahmad
01:37:12
thanks so much Dawn!
Mina Sachdev
01:37:17
That is so good…creating that memory so that the child will want to that again!
Tara Ford
01:38:20
Maleeha, thank you. I am glad it has all worked out too. My children were very much on a different time table when it came to reading and writing. They are much more competent in Math, Science, hands on things. Perhaps this is true for you?
Gina Tampio
01:38:29
Maleeha I believe in the bottom of my heart that once kids feel safe and develop some self-esteem around whatever the skill is they naturally become more advanced. he will get there. and probably faster than you think if he has the freedom to do it these unconventional ways. I never thought my oldest son would ever write so for the first year he left public school he almost only did 1000+ dot to dot books rather than any real handwriting because he just hated anything that had to do with writing. His writing is beautiful now, but it was the dot-to-dot that helped him gain the hand control in a way that felt fun and safe for him. Now almost 4 years later he does long copywork passages in cursive and is able to complete writing projects - Thanks to BW. It will happen.
Maria Peters
01:39:02
I do “clear the table” with a recipe for cupcakes and all of the ingredients and baking supplies necessary to make them
Dawn
01:39:24
Once a week, or once a month. Whatever works for your family.
April Dugger
01:39:25
Great idea, Maria!
Maleeha Ahmad
01:39:28
thanks so much Gina, that gives me SO much hope!!!!
Maleeha Ahmad
01:39:32
thank you!!!!
Tara Ford
01:39:36
Gina so accurate, I am remembering one of my children made their own mazes
Maleeha Ahmad
01:39:51
yesss Tara, we are very mathy and science-y here!!
Maleeha Ahmad
01:40:05
yess my son loves to make maxes
Maleeha Ahmad
01:40:07
mazes
Maleeha Ahmad
01:40:11
and do mazes hahaa
Tara Ford
01:40:16
they also would make tables for minecraft. Another fun things for my kids when they were young was to make their own secret codes
Gina Tampio
01:40:32
yes that son I mentioned is my math kid! you are not alone and also don’t minimize what a mother’s love does.
Lori Pavelka
01:40:41
we did the blitz recently. it was great.
Dawn
01:40:48
The 7-day Writing Blitz: http://go.bravewriter.com/writing-blitz
Lori Pavelka
01:40:50
it got my very hesitant writer writing!
Tara Ford
01:40:51
one thing that helped me with unconvential writers/readers I had to look at so many creative ways that they were "writing"
Maleeha Ahmad
01:41:00
thanks sooo much got your encouragement Gina and Tara!!!
Dawn
01:41:15
Brave Writer Online Classes: https://bravewriter.com/online-classes
Maleeha Ahmad
01:41:17
for your encouragement *
Christina Robertson
01:41:23
Did she say what age to start something like this?
Gina Tampio
01:41:51
The classes are INCREDIBLE! I have learned so much for each coach that helps me for all of my children not just the kid who is currently taking the class.
AMANDA WALLACE
01:41:54
I would love to have my daughter do some of the classes, but they are SO expensive!
Dawn
01:42:03
For young kids, we recommend the family classes: https://bravewriter.com/online-classes#family-classes
Tara Ford
01:42:08
Maleeha, totally so glad it feels helpful. I am not sure if she is around still but I loved the ideas of Cindy Gaddis. You can take what works from her work and leave the rest. I did love her idea on time table of "right brained learners"
Marci Groom
01:42:09
I just did the writers jungle online finishing up at the beginning of this month and it was really helpful!
Trenna Kelley
01:43:00
The Brave learner is awesome.!!
Sarah Ochoa
01:43:21
extremely valuable, thank you
Lorraine McHugh
01:43:21
julie you are amazing! thank you so much
N E
01:43:23
Thanks so much!
Lori Pavelka
01:43:28
Loved Brave Learner. I need to read it again. So inspiring!
Sarah Gwin
01:43:34
Thank you so much for this!
Darcy Rodriguez
01:43:37
you have made me need to be a better mother. thank you julie
Lori Staifer
01:43:38
I wrote so much my hand hurts! lol! a compliment to you Julie!
Gina Tampio
01:43:41
Amanda if you can ever swing 1 class just know the coaches and julie have lots of ideas for how to keep using the class for other children or to keep reusing the material over again.
Maleeha Ahmad
01:43:46
what age should we do the online classes
Ellen Fondell
01:43:48
You are the best friend and mentor a quarantined homeschool mom could ever have!!
Alisa Wright
01:43:57
Thank you so much for you time and expertise!
Dawn
01:43:59
The Brave Learner: https://thebravelearner.com/
Marci Groom
01:44:01
Very helpful! Thank you Julie! Blake says, “Bye bye!”
Tara Ford
01:44:35
amanda, I concur with Gina about the value in the classes
April Dugger
01:44:37
Bye-bye to Blake and hello to you, Marci. :)
Jen Levis
01:44:40
Thank you!
Gina Tampio
01:44:45
Maleeha you could find a class that would interest you and your son and then you are just the scribe for him. it is an awesome way to learn how to coach.
Sarah Ochoa
01:44:49
thank you, fabulous
Trenna Kelley
01:44:49
Thank you again!
Lori Pavelka
01:44:49
Thank you, Julie!!!
Maria Peters
01:44:51
Thank you so much, Julie!
M D
01:44:53
Thank you - so inspirational
April Dugger
01:44:54
Thanks, Julie!
Marci Groom
01:44:54
Hi Beautiful friend!
Anita Romeo
01:44:54
Thank you so much!!
Megan Themm
01:44:56
Thank you so much!!
Gina Tampio
01:44:57
Thank you so much for an amazing class.
Christina Robertson
01:44:59
Thanks!!
Lori Pavelka
01:44:59
So nice to have something to look forwar to!