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The Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List

We have compiled over fifty homeschooling blogs that are up to date and current and organized them for our readers.

If you are looking for home school encouragement you will find many blogs here that fit the bill to give you your daily dose of uplifting advice.

Many of these homeschool blogs include curriculum reviews and choices to help you decide which books are right for you and your children.


Want the Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List in a PDF format for future reference? We’ve got you covered!


Many of our talented homeschooling moms have created free printables, activities, unit studies, and hands on learning ideas that they share in their blogs. Check them out in the section below.

We also have homeschooling blogs that take you behind the scenes of the different type of homeschooling methods such as Classical Homeschooling, Eclectic, Montessori Homeschooling, and using the Charlotte Mason method.

We have also highlighted blogs which share helpful organizing tips, their homeschool schedules and routines, as well as tips for homeschooling the middle and high school years.

If you have a child with special needs such as Dyslexia, ADHD, or any other special need, there is help and advice from moms in that section as well.

Grab a cup of coffee, tea, or soda (in my case) and glean as much as you can from these wise fellow homeschooling moms who are living this adventure of homeschooling along with us! Enjoy!


If you have a blog that would fit in any of the categories below, contact me and I will review your blog and add it to the list here. We are all about helping one another out in our community here!


Your Daily Dose of Homeschool Encouragement

Homeschool Encouragement

  • Heidi St John – Heidi St. John is both a veteran homeschooler and still in the trenches.  Her articles contain lots of practical advice for running your homeschool as well as encouragement.
  • Notgrass – This veteran homeschool mom and curriculum designer offers encouragement for those of us still in the trenches.
  • Purva Brown – I love how this author seems to take to opposites and puts them to work in her home.  She has great articles with the encouragement running throughout to make your homeschool your own.
  • Sally Clarkson – Sally Clarkson is a well-known veteran homeschool mom who is an author and a speaker.  She also shares her wisdom on her blog.  Right now her articles correspond with her new book “The Life-Giving Home.”
  • Teach Them Diligently – If you have wanted to go to a Teach Them Diligently Conference, but could not you should check out their blog.  There are tons of practical and encouraging articles on the blog.
  • The Pioneer Woman – Ree Drumond is known for her great cooking but she also is a homeschooler.  So her blog reflects that portion of her life as well. She has fun quizzes and other encouraging articles.  As an added bonus, once you are done reading about homeschool you are also in the right place to find a recipe for dinner!
  • Homeschool Diaries – Humor is weaved throughout this site to make fun of homeschool stereotypes or to laugh when they are true.  Besides humor she also has articles about curriculum for all grade levels and reviews.
  • Kari Patterson – The My-Name-is-Mommy portion of this blog is great for glimpses into the life of a homeschooler.  The articles always bring days into perspective and are filled with encouragement.

Curriculum Reviews and Choices

Homeschool Curriculum Reviews

  • Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers – There is a wealth of information on this fun site.  There are articles for encouragement, curriculum reviews, ideas for hands on learning, and more.  Since she now has high schoolers she has brought on several contributing writers to keep the content relevant for all age groups.
  • Homeschoolin Mama – This blog contains curriculum and educational toy reviews, glimpses into her homeschool by week, and encouragement.
  • Just a Night Owl – Mostly this blogger covers the curriculum and supplies she uses.
  • Math Geek Mama – Whether you love math or are terrified of it, this is the site for you.  The math-loving author makes math super approachable with crafts, Legos, as well as pintables.  She has something for all levels.
  • Moffatt Girls – This site mostly features the resources this former classroom teacher, turned homeschool mom has created.  She has great ideas for monthly units and organization as well.
  • Sprittibee – This blog has lots of encouragement and resource ideas.  Her site has a homeschool section where you can browse articles both by grade and subjects.
  • The Homeschool Scientist – This site is about all things science.  She has tons of ideas for experiments and hands on science activities.  She also list several recommended resources.
  • Hip Homeschool Moms – This site has many contributors so you can get ideas from several homeschoolers all in one spot.  It has great resources and reviews as well.
  • Not Consumed – This is another one of my favorites.  She has lots of practical articles that cover both parenting and homeschool.  She also has great resources.  My family used one of her hymn studies over the Christmas holidays.
  • The Unlikely Homeschool – This site has articles on how to choose curriculum, reading lists, activity ideas and more.  Check them out.

Want the Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List in a PDF format for future reference? We’ve got you covered!


Homeschooling Free Printables, Hands on Learning Activities, and Unit Studies

Homeschooling Free Printables, Hands on Learning Activities, and Unit Studies

  • Eclectic Homeschool – This site has some great unit study ideas, reading lists, and other great resources.
  • Jimmies Collage – If you are interested in using Notebooking in your homeschool this site is a wonderful resource.  She also has some great articles for you moms who work at home and homeschool.
  • Teach with Joy – This mom recognizes homeschooling starts young.  The blog covers all aspect of their life and home, but she does have sections that cover different stages of child development and the things she does with her children at those ages.
  • This Reading Mama – This is another great site to go to for printables and activity ideas.  Her resources are primarily based around literacy.
  • 123 Homeschool 4 Me – Are you looking for an activity to make something you are learning more fun?  Are you looking for worksheets for extra practice?  Then this is the site for you she offers tons of free printables and craft and activity ideas.
  • Heather Haupt – This mom was homeschooled herself and is now homeschooling her own children.  Her articles cover development, encouragement, and free printables.
  • Homeschool Creations – This site has tons of free printables that include worksheets and organizers.  Most of the printables are geared toward younger learners.
  • Intoxicated On Life – This site offers free printables and activities.  They also have articles for encouragement.
  • Real Life at Home – Real Life at Home focuses on all different areas of home management.  Their homeschool section has printable and activity ideas as well as encouragement.
  • Schooling a Monkey – This is another homeschool graduate turned homeschool mom.  She has lots of great activity ideas and printables.

Large Family Homeschooling

Large Family Homeschooling

  • Children Are a Blessing – If you are managing multiple age groups this blog has some ideas.  Mostly her articles cover what their days may be like, but since she has a large family it contains many nuggets of wisdom.
  • Simple Nourishing Home – This mom of 8 has been homeschooling for over 20 years.  She shares the wisdom she has gained along the way in her blog.
  • This Lovely Place – This mom of 12 has been homeschooling for 29 years.  She has great tips and articles for day to day homeschooling challenges.
  • Raising Arrows – This mom shares the wisdom gained from experience (13 years and 8 children).  She covers everything from getting started, organization, and pep talks.

Classical Homeschooling, Eclectic, Montessori, and Charlotte Mason Methods

Classical Homeschooling, Eclectic, Montessori, and Charlotte Mason Methods

  • Classically Homeschooling – Classically homeschooling includes articles and resources for the Classical Homeschoolers.  She also has great articles for organization and encouragement.
  • Living Montessori Now – If you are interested in the Montessori technique of Education check this blog out.  She has great articles about Montessori activities and songs and other resources.
  • Kentucky Sketches – An Eclectic approach to homeschooling mixes and matches a little of all the approaches to meet your families needs.  Since this blogger takes the Eclectic approach, she has lots of practical advice for making your homeschool work for you.
  • The Corkums – This site has some great articles from cleaning while homeschooling all the way to how to organize a classical homeschooling community.
  • The Homeschool Mom – This site is loaded with information about homeschooling.  They cover methods, organization, curriculum reviews, and more.
  • The Natural Homeschool – This site has activities, unit studies, and ideas for providing a Montessori atmosphere at home.
  • Unplug Your Family – This homeschooler uses the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling.  She post about that every Monday, but she also has reviews and other great resources.
  • Yes I Can Write – Have you wondered what unschooling is and is not?  This site has many articles on the unschooling movement.

Home School Organization Plus Home School Schedules and Routines

Home School Organization Plus Home School Schedules and Routines

  • Classically Homeschooling – Classically homeschooling includes articles and resources for the Classical Homeschoolers.  She also has great articles for organization and encouragement.
  • Heidi St John – Heidi St. John is both a veteran homeschooler and still in the trenches.  Her articles contain lots of practical advice for running your homeschool as well as encouragement.
  • Simple Homeschool – This is a great site with multiple contributors.  So you will find articles for encouragement, can check out curriculum reviews, and find ways to organize your days and supplies all in one place.
  • Confessions of a Homeschooler – There is great general information about homeschooling on this site under her Homeschool 101 category.  Then she also has information about schedules, curriculum, and field trip and craft ideas.
  • Psycho with 6 – Her catchy title caught my attention, but I loved her organization tips and resource list.  She also has a section called Sanity Savers that is really good.
  • Right Where We Are – I love this site.  My favorite part is that she invites you into her homeschool, so there are great lesson ideas, ways to reward your kids with little things, and getting to see those precious moments that help us all realize why we do what we do.
  • The Corkums – This site has some great articles from cleaning while homeschooling all the way to how to organize a classical homeschooling community.
  • The Homeschool Mom – This site is loaded with information about homeschooling.  They cover methods, organization, curriculum reviews, and more.

Want the Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List in a PDF format for future reference? We’ve got you covered!


Homeschooling High School and Middle School

Homeschooling High School and Middle School

  • Education Possible – This is a great site if you have older children.  It has many articles and resources geared toward middle and high school students.
  • Starts at Eight – This site offers great resources for high school.  They also give reviews and have a whole section devoted to history and geography.
  • The Home Scholar – Lee Binz walks you through a free webinar on how to homeschool high school and what your recordkeeping requirements are.
  • Free Guide to Homeschooling High School Online – I created this free resource guide which lists numerous organizations and ways to homeschool high school completely free online.

Homeschooling Your Special Needs Child

Homeschooling Your Special Needs Child

  • Harrington Harmonies – Articles cover encouragement for homeschooling children with ADHD and homeschooling through crisis.  They also have great activity ideas.
  • Homeschooling Blessings – If you have a child with autism or other special needs this blog has several encouraging articles for you.
  • Homeschooling with Dyslexia – If your child struggles with reading or you suspect they may be dyslexic, this site has tons of resources and encouragement for you.

Juggling Working at Home and Homeschooling

Juggling Working at Home and Homeschooling

  • The Ideal Work at Home Balance – In this blog post I explained what is currently working for us while trying to work at home and homeschool our children.
  • Work at Home Toolbox – My story and what tools I use to run my business at home while homeschooling.
  • Jimmies Collage – If you are interested in using Notebooking in your homeschool this site is a wonderful resource.  She also has some great articles for you moms who work at home and homeschool.
  • Live and Learn Farm – This is a brilliant blogger!  She has her kids write blog post for her.  Their articles are fun and highlight what they are learning, but no worries mom chimes in with lots of useful articles as well.

Let us know what your favorite homeschooling blogs are in the comments below!


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