Best Homeschooling Blogs
One of the best ways to learn about homeschooling is to peek into the living rooms of parents already doing so. These blogs provide comprehensive snapshots of the homeschooling lifestyle.
Simple Homeschool (simplehomeschool.net) - Nine contributing writers (including the author of this article) teach a variety of age groups at home, from preschoolers to high school seniors preparing for graduation. The blog provides direction and encouragement for those beginning to consider homeschooling and offers practical advice and curriculum reviews.
Special Needs Homeschooling (specialneedshomeschooling.com) - Parents who have a child with disabilities sometimes turn to homeschooling to meet the child's unique needs. Heather Laurie, a mother of five children with special needs, writes about her experiences and suggests other special needs resources where parents might find support.
The Happy Housewife (thehappyhousewife.com) - Toni Anderson, a mother of seven children, is the author of this popular blog. She writes on diverse topics, including recipes, budgeting, curricula, and school projects.
Confessions of a Homeschooler (confessionsofahomeschooler.com) - Erica chronicles her educational (and religious) journey in teaching four young children. This blog offers many free printables as well as crafts throughout the year.
The Homeschool Classroom (hsclassroom.net) - This collaborative blog features more than 15 separate contributors and publishes posts that highlight parenting ideas, child development, organization, planning, and other homeschooling areas of interest.
The Magic Onions (themagiconions.blogspot.com) - This particular blog features posts in line with the Waldorf philosophy of education. Mom blogger Donni shares her experience homeschooling two children.