7 Must Read Homeschool Blogs
Send the kids outside, grab a cup of coffee, and enjoy one of these must read homeschool blogs!
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Blessed Beyond a Doubt
Jill at Blessed Beyond a Doubt is a single mother of six who works from home while homeschooling her children. She blogs about a variety of topics including family, parenting, single mom encouragement, recipes, homemaking, homeschooling, educational resources, and simple and frugal tips. I like that she doesn’t share complicated or time-consuming recipes and DIYs. She focuses on tips that are easy to fit into a busy life.
Homeschool Printables for FREE
Homeschool Printables for FREE shares a plethora of free homeschooling printables and deals. In the blog portion of their website, The Multi Taskin’ Mom, Stephanie blogs about homeschooling, motherhood and everyday life. She started this blog to share her family’s homeschooling journey with others, but it has grown into much more. Her blog is an excellent place to get homeschooling tips, ideas, and find resources. You might even receive some encouragement, as well.
Faith and Good Works
Jenny at Faith and Good Works blogs about homeschooling, homesteading, and homemaking. She shares her family’s journey as they live in faith and learn through good works on their off-grid farm. I find it interesting that their home runs solely on solar and wind turbine power, and they fill a cistern with water that they haul from a spring. They are working toward becoming a completely self-sustaining off-grid homestead.
Jennifer Cabrera at Hifalutin Homeschooler shares homeschool humor and inspiration. She keeps things ‘real’ as she posts about her life as a homeschooling mom of three boys. You’re sure to laugh out loud at her humorous and witty posts. She is also the author of the book, Socialize like a Homeschooler: A Humorous Handbook for Homeschoolers.
The Classical Unschooler
Purva Brown at The Classical Unschooler shares homeschooling tips, information, and encouragement. Her approach to homeschooling is a unique blend of the classical and unschooling homeschool styles. If classical education seems too rigid for your family, but you’re concerned that unschooling might be too lax, you’ll likely enjoy this blog. Purva is also the author of several books in multiple genres, including books on homeschooling and motherhood.
There’s No Place Like Home
Shelly at There’s No Place Like Home is a homeschooling mother of 11. She blogs about homeschooling, family, and issues related to public education. Her helpful and informative posts are likely to be enjoyed by any homeschooler but will be especially helpful to new homeschoolers and those considering homeschooling.
Niki Truesdell was homeschooled in the 1980s and has educated her own five children at home since 2000. Niki blogs about homeschooling, faith, history, and more. Niki believes that homeschooling can be relaxed and accomplished with minimal cost or stress. Because history is one of her favorite topics to blog about, history buffs will especially love this blog. She shares how she makes history fun and interesting, through the use of living books rather than dry textbooks.
I hope you will enjoy these homeschool blogs as much as I have!
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