Three Quality Homeschool Blogs
At Demme Learning we love learning and sharing helpful information and learning tools with you.
We do this by writing blog posts, hosting webinars, and encouraging people to ask questions. We also share articles that we think are encouraging or helpful.
Over the years Demme Learning has cultivated relationships with several homeschool blogs, from small one-person blogs to group blogs that work together to create online communities.
Here are three of our favorite homeschool blogs. Link to your favorites in the comments.
(This is not an exclusive list and are not in any particular order.)
Confessions of a Homeschooler
Confessions of a Homeschooler is a personal homeschooling blog that focuses on sharing homeschooling ideas, tips, and resources with other homeschoolers.
It started off as a way for my husband to ‘see what we do all day’.
The blog covers a lot of topics from recipes to specific subjects like geography to helpful printables that people can download and use for their homeschooling.
We love the way that photography is used in the blog posts, and the personal updates on their school year.
Recommended Reading: Homeschooling 101 Series.
Hip Homeschool Moms
Hip Homeschool Moms is a group blog run by three homeschool moms, with several contributing authors.
Our goal is to bring homeschoolers together for friendship and support while providing them with lots of helpful resources along the way!
This blog delivers consistent blog posts on a wide range of topics; one feature that we admire is Mentoring Moms, where they have hours that people can stop by on Facebook, YouTube, etc. and ask questions.
Recommended Reading: Including Grandparents in Homeschool.
Well Planned Gal
On their blog you can find helpful blog posts for various subjects and engaging videos from several writers. Well Planned Gal is committed to providing support to homeschooling families.
If you peek into our homes, you’ll probably find dirty dishes somewhere, unfolded laundry, and piles of books and projects scattered around the house. In fact, on some days you’ll even find crabby kids and moms. After all, real life doesn’t look like a magazine cover. Real homeschool life has ups and downs.