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Old Time Radio Homeschool Programs


A record number of families are choosing to homeschool their children or using distance learning. The concept is not new and even in the 1920s, educational radio programs were created. These education programs are fun for kids today and could be added as music appreciation, drama, or story telling! 

MSA Indiana School of the Air Standard School Your Story Parade

Minnesota School
of the Air

Minnesota School of the Air was part of the trend in the 1940s and 1950s of using the radio airwaves to educate. This show was in the same genre as NBC University of the Air, Indiana School of the Air, and many other states with the same idea. 

Indiana School
of the Sky

Distance learning was around in the 1940s and 1950s with the science programs presented by the Indiana School of the Sky. 
The Standard
School Broadcast

The Standard School Broadcast began airing in 1928 under the sponsorship of Standard Oil of California, making it one of the earliest educational radio programs. 
Your Story Parade
(Texas School of the Air) 
Children's Stories from the Texas School of the Air are delightful for young and old alike!

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My kids love these shows!!!

Jeff

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