At long last, we are so excited to announce our first ever Teach Them Diligently top 18 homeschool blogs list as chosen by Teach Them Diligently families and fans!
Some of these bloggers will be at our spring homeschool events, which will provide you a great opportunity to meet them and hear them share their heart in their sessions. This year your family can join us in Nashville, TN; Athens, GA; Rogers, AR; Mobile, AL, Waco, TX, Columbus, OH & Denver, CO. We would love to see you there!
Now, without further ado, here is our Teach Them Diligently Top 15 Homeschool Blogger list!
Hip Homeschool Moms is owned by Trish Corlew and Wendy Hilton and is one of the most Vibrant Communities for Homeschooling Families. Check out their website to find lots of information about Homeschooling, Family, and Deals and join the fun in their Facebook Group which boasts a membership of more than 24,000 homeschool moms (and maybe a dad or two!)
Confessions of a Homeschooler is a homeschooling and parenting website authored by Erica Arndt. She offers tons of free printables, educational resources, ideas, and homeschool curriculum. She also shares crafting, DIY projects, recipes, home management tips and more! Feel free to drop by her site for some encouragement on your homeschooling journey and some practical tips to make your days run smoother!
Subscribe to her newsletter when you visit her site to receive Her Top 10 Tips for Getting Started Homeschooling.
If you are looking for homeschool encouragement and advice, then be sure to check out Kristi Clover over at Raising Clovers. The heart of Raising Clovers is to provide encouragement for Christian families and inspiration to find “simple solutions for a more joy-filled life.”
From Kristi’s uplifting podcast, Simply Joyful, to her #HomeschoolHacks on Facebook Live every Friday at noon (PST), you’ll see her passion for helping families get organized so they can joyfully live out the life God has for them. Kristi is best known for her organizational tips. She is the creator of the Ultimate Homeschool Organization Course and is currently writing a book on home organization. Kristi also has a brand new book coming out in a few weeks called Homeschool Basics, co-authored with Tricia Goyer.
Kristi offers one of her books, Sanity Savers for Moms, away for free. You can get your free digital copy CLICKING HERE.
Check out Kim’s generous selection of free printables and content on her freebie page.
Mary Wilson, a self-proclaimed homeschool night owl and iced tea addict, details her adventures in life and homeschooling. You can find her videos, tips, and thoughts about homeschooling. She loves the adventures that homeschooling brings from the everyday moments to the big ticket traveling fun!
It’s hard to connect with our kids in today’s busy, noisy world, but reading aloud gives us a chance to be fully present. At the Read-Aloud Revival we have a program that equips and inspires parents to make meaningful and lasting connections with their kids through stories.
Check out their free book list here.
On 1+1+1=1, you will find many free printables for use in your classroom or homeschool, as well as much, much more.
Subscribe to Carisa’s newsletter to be sent freebies, updates, and more. Also, you can access her workshops from Teach Them Diligently events in our membership site, Teach Them Diligently 365.
Heidi St John has delighted tens of thousands of readers through her blog, her Facebook page, and her books. Her transparent style and her rich sense of humor combine to draw her readers into what feels like a very personal conversation over a cup of coffee. Heidi’s ability to bypass our prejudices and preconceptions allows her to speak directly to the heart of every reader as she offers wisdom, inspiration, and grace to those who are all-too-often feeling overwhelmed by all that’s on their plate. Click here for a free downloadable audio workshop from Heidi just for Teach Them Diligently families!
The TTD365 Membership access to all the audio sessions from Teach Them Diligently events 2013-2019, exclusive weekly video content from Leslie Nunnery and Teach Them Diligently speakers, monthly virtual video meetups to allow for fellowship and fun among the members, and private members-only events at Teach Them Diligently events.
A Teach Them Diligently 365 membership is a great way to stay focused and encouraged year-round as you pursue your calling as a homeschool parent.
11. Raising Arrows
Amy Roberts is “Teaching moms everywhere to simplify the big things so they can enjoy the little things!” Click here for access to Amy’s session on the Perfect Homeschool Schedule as presented at Teach Them Diligently.
Never let your schooling interrupt your education.
I’m Tauna! This is me: Jesus follower, wife, mom, homemaker, homeschooler, and writer.
At Homeschool Creations, you’ll find free educational printables, helpful tips, and resources for families, encouragement for your homeschool journey, and a homeschool planner to help you get organized.
Simply Living for Him exists to encourage living more simply as we pursue God above all else. Knowing our lives are a reflection of our hearts, Simply Living for Him promotes seeking Him more and the world less, in combination with simplifying life in practical ways.
Join me on my journey to clear the clutter as I am simply living…for Him! I am a homeschooling mom sharing about my faith, family, hobby-farm life, and Jesus. I am also an author, speaker, and podcaster that loves sharing my journey with others- and I am all about keeping it real and authentic! Join me as I seek less of this world, and more of Jesus! Click here to get a free printable of 31 days of praying for your homeschool.
Faith-based encouragement for homeschool moms. Although so blessed to be able to “train up my children” every day…to be the first one to witness the passing of monumental spiritual, physical, and educational milestones…there was a time, that the very idea of homeschooling seemed very unlikely…
All 18 of these websites, and the lovely ladies behind them, provide great resources for your family as you continue on your homeschool journey. We hope you’ll continue to follow the Teach Them Diligently blog as well as checking out some of these for encouragement and helps all year long.