Top Homeschool Blogs of 2023

Confessions of a Homeschooler

Erica Arndt is a Christian, blogger, YouTuber, author, and homeschooling mom of four. She is the creator of the top homeschooling website, Confessions of a Homeschooler, where she shares all of her top tips for homeschooling, parenting, organization, and crafting! She has also written the top rated Homeschooling 101 book and offers eCourses on homeschooling and crafting.

Read more at Confessions of a Homeschooler.

123 Homeschool 4 Me

Looking for free printables? 123 Homeschool 4 Me has over 1 million FREE worksheets, games and activities to make learning fun for Toddler-8th grade. From themed worksheets to math games, literacy activities to hands-on history lessons, science experiments to seasonal fun, this site has everything conveniently arranged to find what you need by subject or grade.

Read more at 123 Homeschool 4 Me.

Heart to Heart Homeschooling

Kay Chance homeschooled her sons for 15 years and now encourages and equips other Christian homeschooling moms on their journey. At Heart-to-Heart Homeschooling, you’ll find resources for faith, family, and a natural approach to teaching your children. Relationships are key to homeschool success, and Kay helps moms to make those relationships a priority through both what they teach and how they teach it. Using a living books, natural approach to education was a cornerstone to their homeschool experience and she hopes to share what they learned with you.

Read more at Heart to Heart Homeschooling.

Encouraging Moms Who Homeschool

This blog aims to be a source of encouragement for moms who also happen to be their children’s primary educator. Jan L. Burt is a 25-year homeschooler, contributor to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, homeschool product reviewer, homeschool conference speaker, author of The Homeschooling Mothers Bible Study, and host of The Burt (Not Ernie) Show podcast. Jan offers real-world help and encouragement for the very real world that is all things homeschool.

Read more at Encouraging Moms Who Homeschool.

Our Journey Westward

Cindy West writes about creative ideas for homeschooling. Her articles include easy-to-implement suggestions for all subjects, ages, and learning abilities. She strives to help you and your children find joy and success in homeschooling and gives practical advice for overcoming common challenges.

Read more at Our Journey Westward.

The Unlikely Homeschool

The Unlikely Homeschool is a faith-based blog dedicated to encouraging and equipping moms in the everyday trenches of home and school. Jamie Erickson, founder and lead writer, is a highly sought-after homeschool conference speaker, author of Homeschool Bravely, and co-host of The Mom to Mom Podcast.

Read more at The Unlikely Homeschool.

Alexandra Kulick

Alexandra Kulick is a writer and homeschooling mom of four. She has written a wide variety of books on topics ranging from pregnancy, to French curriculum, children’s tales and everything else in between. Her blog features the latest educational curricula reviews, free unit studies, recipes and more.

Read more at Alexandra Kulick.

Jump Into Genius

Marla Szwast writes about all things homeschooling with a focus on how the brain learns. You can find the latest discoveries from cognitive research and neuroscience explained, along with practical examples of what it looks like to implement those ideas in your homeschool at Jump Into Genius.

Read more at Jump Into Genius.

Organized Home School

Kim is a homeschooling mom of four who runs a successful CPA firm as well. Her mission at Organized Home School is to show women how to live their best life NOW while raising their children. She is passionate about simplifying life and teaching women how to multiply their time with systems and routines. She also provides tips and techniques on how to homeschool while working full time. Life doesn’t have to be put on hold until the children are grown. Women can be the CEO of their homes and the CEO of their lives NOW.

Read more at Organized Home School.

Practical Pages

Practical Pages is packed with practical tips, projects, plans, free pages and art ideas. Nadene loves to share her free pages and downloads that her family have used in their Charlotte Mason–inspired homeschooling. She loves to encourage, inspire and equip homeschool parents in their amazing homeschooling journey.

Read more at Practical Pages.

Rock Your Homeschool

Amy Milcic is a homeschool soccer mom to 5 boys who draws upon her experience as a mental health therapist on a daily basis. Her blog, Rock Your Homeschool, focuses on helping homeschoolers and educational professionals keep their cool so they can make life and learning fun. You’ll find amazing ideas, tips, and resources for homeschooling, interest-led learning, growth mindset, self-care, and more.

Read more at Rock Your Homeschool.

Homeschool Your Boys

Michelle Caskey shares encouragement and inspiration for parents who are homeschooling boys. She has 17 years of experience homeschooling her own sons and she enjoys helping parents to see that raising boys, while challenging at times, is also a huge blessing. Michelle shares tips and tricks to help parents better connect with their sons and teach them that homeschooling can be a fun adventure.

Read more at Homeschool Your Boys.

The HomeScholar

Lee Binz provides help for parents homeschooling middle school and high school and has authored over 40 books about homeschooling. Starting in 2007, Lee has helped thousands of parents navigate the challenges of homeschooling through high school graduation and launching their kids into college, career, and life. On her website, she has numerous free and paid resources to help parents tackle the toughest high school jobs like creating homeschool transcripts and records and gaining college admission and scholarships.

Read more at The HomeScholar.

Freedom Homeschooling

Freedom Homeschooling provides the best selection of free homeschool curriculum available online, in one convenient location. Freedom Homeschooling’s goal is to help parents provide their children with a high-quality education, on even the lowest budget.

Read more at Freedom Homeschooling.

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