A2Z Homeschool Blogs
A2Z Homeschool Blogs
AN A TO Z SERVICE
A multiuser WordPress blog site for all those wishing to begin or move their homeschool blog and have the site marketing help of Ann Zeise and her support crew. Many templates and features to choose from. Video training to help you get started.
Homeschool Webmasters Blog
Tips and tricks for successful blogging, such as how to build a successful blog and how to prevent and moderate comments so as not to get spam comments.
Homeschool Webmasters – Bloggers SIG
The need for more support for social networking sites has become apparent, and so by working here, we can learn and help each other reach out to families who need accurate and reliable homeschool information and resources for learning.
Blogs and Kids
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Blogs are an awesome tool. Just like any tool, you can take precautions to make it safe. By Tammy Takahashi.
Some of us know her as AmiMental or Comic on AOL, or just Ami, our chat host here on A to Z, but we all love her sense of humor! Come enjoy her latest wry look at homeschool life.
Barbara Frank Online
I’m the mother of four homeschooled-from-birth children, ages 15-25, and a freelance writer/editor and former newspaper reporter. I’m also the author of The Imperfect Homeschooler’s Guide to Homeschooling and Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers.
“That’s the difference between me and the rest of the world! Happiness isn’t good enough for me! I demand euphoria!” -Calvin & Hobbes. An unschooling blog.
The ramblings of a homeschooling, piano-teaching, penny-oinching, God-fearing mother of three little J’s.
The Goode Life – A Tale of Two Sons
Joanna tracks her family’s homeschool adventures through photos and stories about their learning activities.
I want to bring the DIY explosion of energy to homeschooling: make what you want, make it fit, make it yours. (Admin edit: This parents’ children have grown and moved on in life, but the articles remain.)
Home Education and Other Stuff
Commentary on home education and whatever else catches his interest, by blogger extraordinaire Daryl Cobranchi.
The Homeschool Classroom
A group blog made up of homeschooling Moms sharing tips, ideas, resources, and other inspirations to help all homeschoolers.
Homeschool For Two
Natalie is a former public school teacher homeschooling my twin girls. she blogs about curriculum, how to get started homeschooling, and how homeschooling works in her house. Her girls are adopted and one has mild special needs, so those issues are addressed as well.
But really, why are they home? I really should address why they are homeschooled, shouldn’t I? I did a little in my first article on this blog, if you look way back at the beginning.
Best Selling Homeschool Books
Homeschool Mom Tips
News and views on political, economic, legal and socio-cultural issues that impact homeschooling families. By Victoria Carrington, M.D., an African-American homeschooling mom and The Mom Coach. Freelance writer: parenting, mental health & inspirational speaker and workshop leader.
Homeschooling: A Family’s Journey
Greg and Martine Millman, authors of a book of the same name, have started this blog to tell you about their family homeschool journey.
I am a home-based freelance writer and mother of five (with two still at home). I homeschooled my children for 15 years, as well as teaching art and creative writing workshops. Sandra K, Blackfoot, Idaho, United States.
Homeschooling in New York City
Here is our journey of coming to the homeschool decision, going about our days, trudging through NY State’s homeschool rules and regulations, and using all NYC has to offer! We unschool and there’s just no better place to live!
Homeschooling with Joy
Laura Dominick’s blog deals with issues pertaining to catholic homeschooling and the catholic faith.
The Informed Parent
Mary Nix is not a lawyer, nor an expert, but a parent just like you. “My family and I chose home education as our educational choice. It is a hands on process that opens up many opportunities for learning and exploring. Because it is outside of the educational norm, we also felt the need to learn about the rules that govern this choice.”
Just Enough, and Nothing More
Tammy Takahashi’s blog. She’s also editor of the California Homeschooler. I guess I’m not a catalogue person. But I buy off the internet all the time. The internet, it doesn’t discern. The universal catalogue for the universal shopper.
Learn at Home – Marty Layne
A place for me to post my musings about learning.
Learning Beyond Schooling
This appears to be a blog by Asian homeschoolers. No “About us” page. But it is quite extensive.
Unschooling and homeschooling resources from Lisa, an unschooling mom.
A Light in the Shadows
Jenny is a Homeschooling, tree hugging, peace loving, hippie chick and mom to four.
Ideas, stories, thoughts, resources and advice on Catholic homeschooling and family life.
The mystery of writing, the writing of mysteries, and the mysteries of writing about fencing.
My Bountiful Life
Hockey mom, homeschool mom, organic gardener, enough pets to have our own food chain, i.am.canadian. engineer by schooling… in practice, not so much, gadget girl extraordinaire, camera permanently affixed to right hand.
Wilna Furstenberg, homeschool mom from South Africa and now living in Saskatchewan, not only blogs about her family, but also about how to add “bling” to your blog!
A pro-nerd family of pro-family nerds, wrtten by Jacqueline Cromwell and her engineer husband.
Parent at the Helm
Homeschool author and parent, Linda Dobson’s blog. Grandma Linda knows about all kinds of homeschooling life rafts and offers timely support you need for smooth sailing.
We practice evidence-based education with a growing socratic, non-didactic sensibility.
The Progressive Autodidact
Explores a broad array of topics of potential interest to progressive, open minded individuals who, like the author, may be homeschooling, or like the author in the near future, may not be (because her kids are nearly all grown!)
Best Selling Homeschool Books
Radio Free School
Tantrum space for un-schoolers at radio free school, the weekly radio show by for and about people who eschew factory learning. Open season on all things we might bump up against. by Beatrice Ekoko.
My name is Lauren. I’m Australian by birth but grew up as an MK in West Africa (with a lot of North American influences). I currently live near Brisbane, Queensland, Australia with my growing family. We have four beautiful daughters.
Stephanie Elms is not what many people would consider a “typical” homeschooler. She actually enjoys the surprised looks I get when people find out. I am a Unitarian Universalist and support progressive causes (yes, liberals can and do homeschool!).
Raising homegrown geeks – one laptop at a time. Unconventional life of a homeschooling family who finds themselves distracted by anything shiny or flashing, and finds it difficult to accomplish anything of any real value. (Admin edit; Not updated since 2010, but has a VERY nice compiled list of hints/tips that was added to every Friday for a few years)
Viral Learning: Reflections on the Homeschooling Life
Mary Griffith lives in California with her husband and a moderately neurotic Vizsla named BB. She spends time she should be working on her books blogging on politics, children and learning, and fencing. She is the author of three books on homeschooling and the parent of two grown homeschooled daughters.
Writing and Living
I am a Christian, a wife, a mother, a classical homeschooler. This is where I share the books that I read, the thoughts that I think, and the life that I live.
See also ~ Benefits to Moms by Homeschooling
Blogs by House Dads
Every Good Path
Mark Einkauf, Austin TX, has detailed their plans, Christian curriculum, and experiences of his family.
Home Education and Other Stuff
Daryl Cobranchi coments on the news and its affects on home education.
Sometimes I’m Actually Coherent
A Christian husband, homeschooling father, software engineer and amateur musician bloviates about whatever he feels like at the moment.
Lee Holzman is the Sonlight “Media Relations Specialist,” website coding guru, and soon to be father. He’s my main man when it comes to getting any Sonlight affiliate coding correct on my site.
Why homeschooling is usually a better option for children than public schools. We’ll also explore homeschooling issues in general, educational thoughts, and some other random stuff. Henry and Janine Cate.
Get Started Blogging!
Homeschool Journal Dot Net
Free homeschooling journals. Ad-free, as well. Run by homeschool mom Andrea Rennick. Start your blog here.
Lists of Homeschool Blogs
Homeschooling Blogs Webring
Long list of blogs run by homeschool parents and kids.
Carnival of Homeschooling
On this blog we explore why homeschooling is usually a better option for children than public schools. We’ll also explore homeschooling issues in general, educational thoughts, and some other random stuff.
Well Trained Minds Homeschooling Blogs
Online journals written by homeschoolers and readers of The Well-Trained Mind.