Have you ever wished you could corner a homeschool expert and ask all those questions that keep you awake at night? Well, now you can get advice from the real experts: the homeschool moms in the trenches.
Browse the posts below for tried and true advice from experienced homeschool moms on a wide variety of topics. You’ll be informed and encouraged by the wise words of dozens of real-life homeschool moms just like you.
Advice from Homeschool Experts
“Mom, I Don’t Want to Do School Today!” | The Unlikely Homeschool
How to Raise a Boy Who Loves to Read | Milk and Cookies
How do I Choose a Curriculum? | Joy in the Journey
How Do I Get Started Homeschooling? | Starts at Eight
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How Do I Know if My Child Is Learning? | Investing Love
Mom-to-Mom Tips for Homeschooling Middle School | Education Possible
How to Homeschool Math for the Reluctant Learner | Chaos Appreciation
Tips from Homeschool Moms: All About Read Alouds | The Sunny Patch
Ask the Experts: Homeschooling with Autism | Embracing Destiny
How to Teach Middle School Science | Eva Varga
How to Handle Homeschooling Burn Out [tips from the experts!] | This Outnumbered Mama
Ask the Experts: Homeschooling a Child with Learning Disabilities | Schooling a Monkey
Ask the Experts: How Does Your Husband Help in Homeschooling? | Vibrant Homeschooling
Ask the Experts: How Do I Homeschool through High School? | Heart of Michelle
Online Learning for Homeschool: Tips from the Pros | Jimmie’s Collage
Maintaining Joy in Homeschooling | Simply LindseyLoo
The Hidden Gems Found in Homeschoolers’ Mistakes | The Planted Trees
Homeschool Graduation Ideas | Are We There Yet?
Homeschooling Gifted Kids: What is it REALLY Like? | Raising Lifelong Learners
How to Homeschool Through Illness | My Little Poppies
How to Homeschool and Still Have a Clean House! | Teach Beside Me
When Homeschooling Feels Like a Burden: Advice from Real Moms | Lasting Thumbprints