Online journals written by homeschoolers and readers of The Well-Trained Mind.
Send the Webmaster a copy of your blog’s URL, and we’ll add it to the listing!
All About Homeschool Curriculum: The site for homeschool resources and encouragement.
Brooketopia: Homemaking, Homeschooling & Creativity
Effervescence: Family life, learning, and a dash of fun by an ‘afterschooling’ mom of 2 young boys.
Escuelita en Casa- Little Homeschool:This blog chronicles our family’s adventures of homeschooling while working as medical missionaries at home and abroad.
Guilt-Free Homeschooling: Veteran homeschool mom’s testimony and advice for making
homeschooling guilt-free, successful, manageable, and glorifying to God.
Holy Experience: One mother’s journey of educating her children
Homeschool & Other Education Stuff: A libertarian-leaning edu-blog
The Lee Family: A military family homeschooling in Sicily, Italy
Mental Multivitamin: A daily “un-blog” for readers, thinkers, and autodidacts
House of Joyful Noise: Creatively Living Out Loud, Until Kingdom Come…
Quiet Life: Homeschooling, homemaking, homebody.
SCHOLA: Secular Homeschoolers’ Odyssean Learning Adventure
School @ Home: Our adventures in homeschooling
Skipping Sideways: “Ramblings, musings and refusal to conform to a fallen world”
The Smarter Preschooler and their blog:Unlocking Your Child’s Intellectual is for parents who want provide an enriched environment for their youngster without formal preschool. Written by Christian homeschooling parents.
Soli Deo Gloria: Homeschooling our kids for the glory of God
What Wonderous Love is this: a journal of our family homeschool journey as information on Christian Homeschool Support Services of south-central PA
The Work of Childhood offers a blog for homeschooling families with curriculum guides for pre-kindergarten among many other resources.
The Fine Print
What’s a blog? Blogs are, essentially, online journals. They allow people with little-to-no knowledge of computer programming to have a website where they can publish their thoughts, link to articles they like, and chronicle their lives. The descriptions after some of the blog titles above give a bit of insight into the nature and content of the blog.
Caveat lector: The links on this page are, obviously, to external sites and journals. We are providing links so that you can see fleshed-out lives of home educators: their ups and downs, their successes and struggles, the curricula they like and dislike. They show that homeschoolers are three-dimensional, real, honest-to-(mostly)-goodness people. Recognize, as you visit these pages, that we aren’t responsible for the content on the blogs. If someone writes a negative post about an author or curriculum you happen to like, please don’t complain to us about it. The blog might have a “comments” section where you can write your own thoughts. Then again, it might not. The nature of blogs is such that authors write about sensitive and “hot” topics, including politics, religion, education, and the like. If there’s a blog posted here that you feel is seriously offensive, please e-mail the WTM Webmaster (see the address above), with the URL of the blog and the post or issue in question, and we’ll look into it. We won’t remove a link just because the blog is argumentative or contentious. The blog author would prefer that you post your suggestions, complaints, or encouragement on their blog, as it generates discussion.
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