If you’re a regular reader here at This Outnumbered Mama, you may know that I get a bit crazy with research. Whether it’s a new diagnosis for my two kids with disabilities, or something as simple as choosing a gym, I will do research in any way that I can. When I was looking for homeschooling resources at the beginning of my homeschool journey, it was no different.
First I google whatever I’m searching for in a hundred different ways, at least. “should you homeschool” “why you shouldn’t homeschool” “why everyone needs to homeschool” “choosing to homeschool” etc. Seriously any possible combination I can come up with gets searched. And I’m the crazy person who seriously goes all the way to page ten reading everything.
Then I hit Pinterest. Isn’t Pinterest just the best and worst thing that ever happened to the internet? And I search there for every possible combination that I can think of. “homeschool tips” “homeschooling resources” “how to homeschool”. I have spent so much time researching this, friends, that I could probably write an entire series on the benefits of unschooling, and we don’t even unschool.
So if you’re like me and researching like crazy, hopefully this can help you find a ton of homeschooling resources all in one place. If you are smarter than me, and you’re trying to find one place with tons of info, you’ve found it!
Making the Choice to Homeschool
Why Homeschool? The Gift of Time from Jammerril Stewart
100 Reasons Why Homeschooling is Good for Families from Marianne Sunderland
10 Unexpected Benefits of Homeschooling from Kathy Gossen
Why Homeschool? from Lisa
55 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool from Stephanie Relfe
Homeschooling High School is Worth It from Cindy
Dealing with the Homeschool Haters from Alicia
7 Ways to Homeschool a Child Who Hates School from Dollie
The Big Secret to Homeschooling Peace from Alicia
Balancing the Home in Homeschool from Jennifer
Help! My Child Refuses to do School Work from Alicia
Homeschool Schedule Options
Why I Homeschool in the Afternoon and Not the Morning from Sallie Borrink
5 Things to Consider When Planning Your Homeschool Schedule from Carlie Kercheval
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Scheduling from Angie Kauffman
Special Needs Homeschooling
I Can’t Homeschool Because My Child has Special Needs from Jennifer Janes
Resources for Homeschooling and Special Needs from Heather Greutman
My Best Advice For Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs from Jennifer Janes
For more resources, check out my specific needs homeschooling Pinterest board!
Affording to Homeschool
10 Days of Homeschooling for Free and Frugal Annual Event from Jammerril Stewart
I Can’t Afford to Homeschool.. Yes You Can! from Misty
Free eBook: How to Afford Homeschooling from Selena Robinson
Can You Afford Homeschool? from Jenny
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Education Methods from Renee
The Best Unschooling Websites from Amy Blevins
10 Methods for Eclectic Homeschooling from Stephanie Harrington
New to Charlotte Mason Start Here from Dollie
Our Relaxed Classical Homeschool Curriculum from Dianna Kennedy
Choosing Homeschool Curriculum: 3 Things to Consider from Stephanie Harrington
How to Choose a Homeschool Curriculum from Beth Gorden
Homeschooling Through Special Situations
Single Mom Homeschooling from Kim Sorgius
5 Advantages to Homeschooling Your Only Child from Renee
Tips for Homeschooling with a Newborn from Janine LaTulippe
Homeschooling Twice Exceptional Kids from Colleen Kessler
I Can’t Homeschool Because I Work Outside the Home from Dianna Kennedy
Homeschooling While Pregnant from Heather
So there’s over 40 homeschooling resources for you to research to your heart’s content! I’ll be adding to it from time to time, so be sure to check back! If you’re looking for even more homeschooling resources, be sure to check out my homeschooling board on Pinterest!
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