15 Best Homeschool Blogs to Follow

These homeschool bloggers are among my very favorites! Will you find a new favorite?

Hey there, homeschoolers! I love, love , love garnering inspiration from fellow homeschoolers. They know all about this crazy homeschool life we lead and usually have some great tips and tricks to share! While having a local in real life support system is super important, it’s also fun to connect virtually with some like-minded mamas.

Here are a few of my favorite homeschool bloggers. I highly recommend following some (or all!) of them.

Amongst Lovely Things – I love this blog! Sarah just released her book Teaching From Rest to rave reviews. I can’t believe I don’t have a copy yet! I must rectify that. Sarah is so inspirational and I am always encouraged by her writing.

Confessions of a Homeschooler – Erica is the queen of practical homeschool help. She offers lots of great homeschool products….a few of which we have used and loved. This is the perfect blog for a helping one visualize what daily homeschool life can look like.

Simple Homeschool – Simple Homeschool’s tagline is Never Let Schooling Interrupt Your Education. I agree! Homeschooling is more than just an educational choice. It is a lifestyle.

Mama’s Learning Corner – I think Lauren is the sweetest mama. I love her helpful blog posts and videos. She also creates some amazing worksheets on a plethora of topics.

Ed Snapshots – So much goodness here. I’ve told you how I love Pam’s printable student weekly checklist. She also recently started a podcast series on the practice of “morning time”. You can bet I’ll be following along!

Not Consumed – Where do I start? I love this blog. Kim has some great products, a few of which I have used, like her DIY Breakfast Station…so smart!

Classically Homeschooling – I can’t bring myself to subscribe to just one methodology, but we are heavily influenced by classical education. This blog is classical education from a practical point of view. It’s classical education for the rest of us!

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A Holy Experience – Though Ann doesn’t blog strictly about homeschooling, I would highly recommend her blog. You will be encouraged and uplifted, and reminded that life is about so much more than academics.

Hodgepodge – Do your kids love art? Or do you just want them to love art. You must check out Hodgepodge!

Real Life at Home – You’ll find a little bit of everything here. Practical advice on motherhood and homeschooling, plus great recipes, printables, and much more!

My Joy-Filled Life – Tons of homeschool goodness from this mama of 7! Plus, kids activities, homemaking advice, etc.

1+1+1=1 – This is probably one of the first homeschool blogs I read! This site is information overload in the best possible way. You must check out Carisa’s awesome printables.

Hip Homeschooling – I just love Rebecca and her blog. Plus, ever since I started following her on Periscope I read her posts in a Canadian accent:-) Love it!

Raising Arrows – Inspiration for your homeschool and family life!

Life of a Homeschool Mom – A blog centered on all things homeschool mom! Homeschool life in general? Check. Homeschool freebies? Check. Recipes? Check.

I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite. I found encouragement and wisdom from these ladies, and I bet you will too! Which of these blogs do you follow?

Some of the links in the post above may be “affiliate links.” This means that if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive a small referral commission, at no extra cost to you. Regardless, I only recommend products I personally use and love.


  1. says

    Thanks so much for including Real Life at Home. You’re so sweet! 🙂 Plus, I loved seeing so many of my wonderful friends on the list too. I’ll be sharing this post in a variety of places. It’s a really great collection!

  2. says

    Becky, you are so thoughtful to include me in your list! Thank you for that!

    There are many things I love about your site as well, including your wonderful GF recipes! I often come here when I need to get out of my GF cooking rut and get some fresh ideas. 🙂


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