11 of the Best Homeschool Blogs You Should Be Following

With the rise in homeschooling and being a homeschool family ourselves, I thought I would share some of my favorite homeschool blogs you should be following!

I can spend all of my free time, which sadly isn’t much, reading blogs about homeschooling methods, tips, tricks, and all the things! I get inspiration, advice, and encouragement, and absolutely love reading curriculum reviews.

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Why Read Homeschool Blogs?

There are so many free resources available through these fabulous bloggers from printables to planners to unit studies and humor! Not to mention it’s a great way to keep up with all the different ways to homeschool, new curriculums, and methods!

So if you’re looking for some insight, a new printable, or just some light reading – read on for my favorite homeschool blogs to follow! However, if you prefer a book to read head over and check out my Best Homeschool Books for Mom. You can also read more about what we use for our 2nd grade homeschool year!

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HHM Home – Hip Homeschool Moms
One of my favorites for resources, ideas, and just general homeschool info!
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Read-Aloud Revival
While not specific to homeschooling, the Read Aloud Revival site offers so much insight into reading aloud to your children that I had to include it. She offers great book lists and tips for reading aloud! I've even included her book on my list of Best Books for Homeschool Moms and love listening to her podcast!
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The Waldock Way
The Waldock Way
I love the Waldock Way for finding morning basket ideas as well as her great book lists. She has a variety of items in her shop as well as a few free items. Sign up for her email list and get resources directly in your inbox!
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Homeschool Resource Roadmap
The Homeschool Resource Roadmap…
If you are researching a new curriculum to try, I highly recommend checking out the Homeschool Resource Roadmap! So much great information on over 5,000 curriculum choices!
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Homeschool of 1
Homeschool of One
This is another of my favorites for free printables, activities, and general homeschool information!
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Confessions of a Homeschooler
This is another great homeschool blog for curriculum reviews, lesson plans and printables!
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Tina's Dynamic Homeschool
Tinas Dynamic Homeschool Plus
She has an amazing homeschool planner plus classes on how to homeschool!
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Hifalutin Homeschooler
This is probably one of my favorites for her humor and light-hearted, honest posts about homeschooling!
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Year Round Homeschool
Year Round Homeschooling
Misty offers a lot of everything from printables and planners, to subject help and ideas! She is a must to follow!
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Languge Development
I Can Teach My Child
A former teacher and now homeschool mom, she offers advice, resources and guidance for homeschool families.
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Do you have a favorite homeschool blog? Let me know in the comments so I can check it out!

And if you need a little inspiration and encouragement read 20 quotes for homeschool moms!

Be sure to follow my Homeschool board on Pinterest too!

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2 thoughts on “11 of the Best Homeschool Blogs You Should Be Following”

  1. Great list. I’m in always on the fence about homeschooling. It’s not something we do with our two just now but it’s one of those things I would never rule out. If my child was really struggling at school or I felt homeschooling would be better for them at any time then I would definitely do it. So I love yo keep an eye on home school resources incase! There’s also so many activities that are fun to do with your kids to teach them during the holidays too. My kids love playing at home school with me during the summer! Geeky I know!

    1. Nothing geeky about it at all! We, as parents, are our kids first teachers after all! I’m not one of those people that feels homeschooling is the only way to go either! Two of my kids go to an excellent charter school! Homeschooling is amazing! And if you have questions feel free to reach out at any time!

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