58 Homeschool Blogs to Read

When I shared our favorite homeschool curriculum from 2015 I mentioned that I will be starting my fourth year with the Schoolhouse Review Crew. We’ll be starting our 5th year of homeschooling probably next week. We homeschool by calendar year, so our year begins in January. It has been a huge blessing for our family and have given us the opportunity to try curricula we may not otherwise have thought of trying. Best of all, though, is I get to share my experiences with you.

Additionally, I’ve gotten my fill of learning more from and connecting with other amazing homeschool bloggers. What I love most is they all have their own style – both homeschool style and blogging style – so it’s always great to sit down and read a variety of great posts, get homeschool ideas, recipes, crafts, parenting tips, learning about new products, and so much more! The topics cover a broad range!

58 Homeschool Blogs to Read

Are you looking for a list of homeschool blogs to read? Well, good news! I’m sharing them with you in a easy to click format so you can easily refer to them and check them out when you have time! If you’re like me you can easily get caught up in reading blogs, so it’s nice to have a reference knowing you can always check back and can actually take a break from reading! 😉

So check out some of my fellow Schoolhouse Review Crew bloggers and for even more, be sure to click on the last button for the Schoolhouse Review Crew Blog Roll to see a list of all the bloggers that are part of the Crew! I guarantee you will find some blogs you love!

Homeschool Blogs to Read

Every bed of Roses
Footprints in the Butter
Double O Farms
Family Faith & Fridays
Circling Through This Life

At Home: where life happens
Homeschooling for His Glory
Under The Sky
The Mc Clanahan 7
Finch n Wren
Our Life ~ Home and School
Unexpected Homeschool
Home Sweet Life
Carter Chaos
Mom's Heart
Grace Christian Homeschool
Greatly Blessed
Counting Pinecones
Through the Open Window
Dear Homeschooler
Counting Change Again
Through the Calm and Through the Storm
ABC's and Sweet Tea
Chickens, Bunnies, and Homeschool
Angelic Scalliwags
Chestnut Grove Academy
Farm Fresh Adventures
Homeschool Coffee Break
Our Worldwide Classroom
Be The One
Creative Madness Mama
Guiding Light Homeschool
Biblical Womanhood
My Full Heart
A Net in Time
West Word Blog
Mountain of Grace Homeschooling
Puddle Jumping
Teacher Mom of 3
Ladybug Daydreams
A Learning Journey
The Home:Work Diaries
Bear Creek Felting
Faithful Homestead
The MamaZone Logo
Renaissance Mama
Creatively Crunchy Mom
Homemaking Organized>
As We Bloom
Tots And Me
Raising soldiers 4 Christ
Little-Homeschool-on-the-Prairie
Treasuring Lifes Blessings
Castle View Academy
As We Walk Along The Road
Families Again
Desperate Homeschoolers
The Crafty Home
Mama's Coffee Shop
Blog Roll

I’m excited to connect you to these other blogs and bring you more homeschool posts and reviews in 2016!

 





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  1. There are some nice looking education related blogs here. I will have to bookmark them and read them later.

  2. Sally Wilsey
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    I homeschooled my Granddaughter her first year of preschool until we could find a school we were comfortable sending her to. I still work with her alot at home now she is in Kindergarten and use alot of the the online resources. I have saved this page for help in doing that.

  3. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I didn’t realize that the Homeschooling year started in January. I am curious about the different educational techniques.

    • For most families it does not start in January. Many homeschoolers follow the traditional school year. We just found homeschooling by calendar year makes more sense for our family!

  4. I would like to thank you for this very useful information. These links will help dramatically.

  5. Brigid OHara Koshko says

    I teach in a private school but my middle schoolers are in a public school. I often use homeschool curriculum in addition to what is being taught to my children (to add or strengthen what was taught in the classroom) and especially over the summer. I thank you for your posts and look forward to exploring.

  6. denise low
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    THANK YOU FOR THE INFOrmation. Good to know.

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