Stay Connected Once Google Reader is Gone


The buzz has been going around the Internet for a while, but the time is now quickly approaching and Google Reader really will be gone as of July 1st.  Um, by the way, how did it already get to be almost July?  I feel like our summer just started yesterday.  If you currently use Google […]

Currently Seeking Additional Writers to Join Our Team

The Homeschool Classroom

We’re looking to add some more writers to our current group of regular contributing writers here on The Homeschool Classroom.  If you’ve ever thought that you would want to share posts with other homeschooling families, this could be a great opportunity for you. Here are the particulars about becoming a regular writer on The Homeschool […]

10 Homeschooling Blogs Worth Reading

Homeschooling Blogs You Should Read

The following is a post from contributing writer, Sarah of Sidetracked Sarah.     So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler – My friend Carlie is a military wife who has been living abroad in Germany for several years.  She is also a homeschool mom who has created an awesome site for homeschoolers!  Here’s a small […]

Creative Blogging for Kids

Creative Blogging for Kids |

The follow is a post from contributing writer Megan Spires from House of the Rising Sons. Chances are, your children either see you perusing blogs and homeschool sites like The Homeschool Classroom or they see you writing for your own blog or website. So, when my almost 7 and 9 year old sons both asked […]

Homeschool Classroom February 2013 Recap and Sponsor Shout Out

Thanks so much to everyone that has referred readers and friends to The Homeschool Classroom during the month of February!  As a special thanks, here are our top ten referring sites (other than Pinterest, Google, Facebook, and Twitter): 1. Weird, Unsocialized Homeschooler 2. Many Little Blessings 3. The Better Mom 4. House of the Rising […]

The Stockings were Hung by the Chimney with Care

Merry Christmas from The Homeschool Classroom

Okay, I’ll be honest – we have neither a chimney nor Christmas stockings.  But, we did just have a family movie night with a glowing Christmas tree and some homemade vanilla ice cream.  Not quite as poetic, I suppose, but nice. I hope that you’re also finding extra time for some quiet (or loud!) family […]

Great Homeschooling Links: 8 Must-Follow Homeschool Pinterest Boards

8 Must-Follow Homeschool Pinterest Boards

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner.   Arts & Crafts Pinterest Board - Lacy from Catholic Icing Lacy is as crafty as they come and her Pinterest Board is a plethora of crafty goodness. Early Math Activities Pinterest Board - Maureen from Spell Outloud Maureen pins creative, fun early math […]

A 50% Off Sale on eBooks and Art {Plus a Free Kindle eBook}

I just love all the deals that are available at this time of year.  I especially love sales that come from people that I know are running small businesses! I just couldn’t help myself but to jump into the great sales with some massive savings in my Etsy shop for the next ten days or […]

A Christmas Stocking Stuffer

Christmas Stocking Stuffer

Christmas is fast approaching, and that means it will be time to finish up (or start!) shopping for gifts before you know it.  Wouldn’t it be great if you had an extra $250 to spend this year? I’m so excited that The Homeschool Classroom is participating in the Christmas Stocking Stuffer with iHomeschool Network!  What […]

Homeschool Block Party on Facebook

homeschool block party

If you’re free on Tuesday, October 23rd from 8 – 9 pm EST, make sure to stop by iHomeschool Network’s Homeschool Block Party.  iHN is featuring four sites (including ours!) that they felt helped to build community in the homeschooling community. As described on the page about the Block Party, “Each of the four sites […]

Writing Prompt: Best Homeschooling Moments


Sorry for my delay in getting the next writing prompt up! I had a lovely weekend away with girlfriends that was filled with craft, laughter, and food. Here is our next writing prompt: You can write your post any time this week.  Plan to link up on our linky this week on Thursday.