Home Educators Websites and Blogs (Rest of the World)

These are some of the International sites I have found helpful over the last 12 months.

 

Homeschooling Blogs

1+1+1=1 – Never planned to Homeschool, now wouldn’t trade it for the world

Aussie Pumpkin Patch – Never boring, always funny. Homeschooling her kids down under, and a mix of everything else too.

Blog she Wrote – Blog, She Wrote is a homeschooling blog that seeks to encourage other homeschoolers by sharing what we do best. Thet is unit study family with an emphasis on living math and they skirt the edge of unschooling daily. 

Buehler Education – A blog focused on homeschool advocacy, education, encouragement, and support. Buehler Education tears down false stereotypes while also guiding parents toward the most effective homeschool strategies for their children’s unique learning styles.

Classroom Free – I truly believe this is one of those websites that is really trying to give back to the homeschool community. And talk about a lot of content… you could spend hours reading through all of the information Classroom Free has published.

Confessions of a Homeschooler – Homeschool Mom Blog with Free Printables, Curriculum, Preschool, and More!

Counting Coconuts – A place where you’ll find lots of Montessori inspired learning activities and ideas for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. There’s also a good dose of mama made creations and crafty goodness here, too!

Electic Homeschooling – An eclectic homeschooling family located in Ontario, Canada

Enchanted Homeschooling Mom – The site is SO original and absolutely lives up to its name, “enchanted.”

Forever, For Always, no matter what – Catholic, Homeschooling Wife and Mom of six. Six children who joined their family from various locations around the world. Faith, Large Family Living and Learning, Adoption and Healthy Living, are just some of the topics she chats about the most.

Four Little Penguins – If you follow this blog you’ll glimpse a lot of their homeschool life and a bit of their family life as well.

Here we are together – The Flowers, a homeschooling family from the south coast of England. They love to craft and learn together. 

Homeschool Creations –  A homeschooling blog providing free printables, helpful tips, and curriculum resources for families along with encouragement for their journey.

Homeschool Den – Do you believe education can be exciting, inspiring, and full of joy? They do too!

Homeschool Story – This is a classical education blog – without a doubt one of the best ones.

Krazy Kuehner Days – Without a doubt, it is one of the top special needs homeschooling blogs.  

Living Montessori Now – She’s a Montessori educator who homeschooled her kids through high school. Homeschooling works! Her kids got straight A’s in college and are now happily married, successful adults. She loves to share activities and give encouragement!

Mama Jenn – Mama Jenn is a homeschool blog about their family adventures with 5 kids, including one princess and TWO sets of TWIN boys! Her blog features crafts, FREE printables, resources, product reviews, and much more!

Meet Penny – When this family began homeschooling in 2010, they decided to publish the details of their family’s school on a blog.

Sarah’s Journal – Her life is beautiful, delightful, crazy, and fun! She’s enjoying marriage, adventure, travel and having a great time homeschooling her ten kids!

Raising Da Vinci – Raisingdv.com is an excellent place to go if you want to learn additional new and exciting ways to teach your young children.

Rockabye Butterfly – Preschool/Kinder Blog full of learning activities and craft ideas.

Small Things – A Catholic homeschooling mom to six. With the help of her camera, she use the space to document her family’s adventures as they strive to live a full and deliberate life.

Small World – One of my favourites!!! A big storage box of memories, a record of their own SmallWorld, and a whole lot of musings. Every now and then she hopes to leave you with some insights or some practical homeschooling helps.

Teach Pre-School – The focus of this blog is on providing fun, innovative, informative, and educational ideas on teaching preschoolers. 

The Homeschool Realm – Tina is bold when she writes and she doesn’t mask her thoughts and opinions with ‘politically correct’ fluff. She may be secular, but she is not anti-religious which I absolutely respect. She is also a strong supporter of experience-based learning.

The Reading Mama – She’s a homeschooling mama with four little blessings. 

The Unlikely Homeschool – She’s a wife to her “Mr. Right”. A momma of five. A maker of slow food and simple living. A collector of memories, a keeper of books, and a champion for books that make memories.

They Call Me Blessed – Welcome to her cyber corner on the web! She first and foremost love Jesus, am a mommy to three amazing kiddos that keep her on her toes, a wife to her husband of almost 10 years, a former full-time pastor and certified health coach who loves to encourage other moms!

This Adventure Life – A picture speaks a thousand words, and you can literally see the blog’s progression through time through the faces of the kids.

To the Lesson – If you’re looking to get a glimpse into the life of a homeschool using the Montessori method, this is an excellent option.

Umm Assad Homeschool BlogAn fantastic list of resources, free worksheets and other all in one place!

Why Homeschool – We explore why homeschooling can be a better option for children and families than a traditional classroom setting. We’ll also explore homeschooling issues in general, educational thoughts, family issues, and some other random stuff.

 

General Information on International Homeschooling

HSLDA – HSLDA members receive unique services, special discounts, and personal advice to support and equip their family’s homeschool program. Members have direct access to Lawyers who focus on homeschool law and are homeschooling parents · Preschool–8th and high school consultants; Special needs consultants …