Something we really like about being part of the “online world” is all of the support, encouragement, and ideas we have found from other homeschool moms.
As our children were moving into the middle school years, however, we noticed there were fewer “go-to” sites for information about homeschooling middle school.
Not to worry, we have found some amazing homeschool bloggers who regularly fill our days with humor, learning ideas, resources, and suggestions for “keeping it real”.
If you are like me and enjoy getting your daily dose of inspiration by scrolling though your Facebook feed then you might be interested in following and “Liking” a few new Pages too.
I’m happy to share 12 must follow Facebook pages for my fellow moms who are homeschooling middle school!
12 Must Follow Facebook Pages for Homeschooling Middle School
Homeschooling :: Naturally. Using nature-centered “curriculum” and a unique blend of materials and methods suited to a lifestyle of learning.
Using unit studies and Charlotte Mason approach to experience the extraordinary while still being enchanted with the everyday.
Printables, crafts, recipes, family fun and much more to make learning magical!
Homeschool planning, tips, and resources for the busy homeschool mom.
Homeschooling a large family and taking it one crazy and beautiful day at a time!
Art curriculum for all ages plus helpful habits for homeschooling, homemaking and homecooking.
Eclectic, Charlotte Mason, hands-on learning ideas for a variety of ages.
Homeschooling high school, middle, & elementary school with unit studies.
Homeschooling, Parenting, Recipes, Mental Health and Bipolar Disorder and more.
The Homeschool Scientist exists to equip and encourage homeschool parents by taking the fear out of and putting the fun into science education.
Encouraging and equipping homeschooling families, while poking fun at the stereotypes.
12.Education Possible and don’t forget about us!!!
Creative hands-on learning ideas for middle school!
Let’s add to the list! What are your favorite Facebook Pages for homeschooling middle school?
The ladies at iHN have pulled together lists of the best people, places, and things for your homeschool.