Homeschool Websites

At Homeschool Creations, you’ll find resources, a look into our daily lives, free printables and also encouragement for your homeschool journey.

At No Ordinary Moments, I share all the craziness that REALLY goes on in our house. Never a dull moment ~ or an ordinary one for that matter. But always full of fun!


A weekly meme where moms of preschoolers and 5K’s link up and share all the fun things they are doing with their little ones. Lots of great ideas weekly!

 An amazing site chocked full of ideas and resources to use with toddlers. Carisa from 1+1+1=1 is my partner on this blog and we have a group of great writers along with us! (blog) (website)


Remember to stop by today (and every Tuesday) from 10:00 – 11:00 CST for the next Mentoring Moms hang-out with the owners here at Hip Homeschool Moms! Ask questions, chat about issues, talk curriculum and receive encouragement from these three great ladies! Want some more information about what Mentoring Moms is all about? Click {HERE} to read all about it!


Welcome to Making Learning Fun: An early childhood education website filled with free printables designed to do just that, make learning fun!

Resources for Early Childhood to Kindergarten Educators.  Browse Catalog, Lesson Plan Ideas, Free Downloads.

Home Welcome to abcteach, the one-stop resource for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. abcteach blog

About Me

Confessions of a HomeschoolerConfessions of a Homeschooler is a blog full of homeschooling ideas, resources and printables. I began the site in August of 2009 with the start of a new school year. It started off as a way for my husband to ‘see what we do all day’. And has really helped him interact with the kids about what they’ve learned each day. It quickly morphed into a place for sharing ideas and resources with other homeschoolers!

I Heart Crafty ThingsHi, my name is Rachel. I am a Mother of three who gets excited 
(ok, sometimes overly joyed) about doing arts and crafts with my kids.

Soulful Teaching E-Course

When you take a peek around Fairy Dust Teaching -you will find three main features.  There’s the blog, the e-courses, and the up and coming Teaching Tips.

When you subscribe for free email updates – you will gain access to all three PLUS all my freebies.


Themes For Fun website MONTHLY THEME RESOURCES The Themes 4 Fun website offers educators, teachers, parents, care giversand any other interested parties the opportunity to get educational themes with theme related Worksheets, theme related Facts and Information, theme related Arts and Crafts, theme related Games and Activities, theme related Stories, theme related Songs and Rhymes and theme related Creative Writing.

All Monthly Themes including flashcards, sentence flashcards, templates and worksheets are FREE of charge.

The Crafty Classroom is a website entirely dedicated to crafts you can use in your classroom!  Our crafts go alongside themes and literature resources you’re already using in your classroom, in fact they come straight out of our personal homschool!  We add new crafts weekly, so please subscribe for updates!

My Websites
Bible Story Printables
 | Christian Preschool Printables | File Folder Fun | Kindergarten Mom | Lapbook Lessons | Little Blots of Faith | Preschool Mom | Preschool Post | The Crafty Classroom

A Day in the LIfe of a Preschool Teacher

Miss Jeanine owns a preschool in Eugene, OR and loves to make each day fun and exciting for kids!

Inner Child FunCrafts & activities for kids (or the kid-in-you) Visit us online at –>  –Valerie at Inner Child Fun Registered & Protected

Homeschool Science curriculum  Homeschool Science Curriculum k-6 also offering Historyand Language Arts for older children.


4 thoughts on “Homeschool Websites

    • Hi Wendy! Welcome to Diffendoofer School. We are so pleased you stopped in to visit us. We just love Hip Homeschool Moms site, and your HHM hangouts. The first time I listened to one of your pre-recorded webinairs, I was thrilled. I remember thinking, Wow, how nice to have a show that exists out there, that is totally geared to homeschool moms like me! After listening to the first few minutes of that first show, I paused the show, put on a pot of coffee, then searched for a small notebook, and pencil. When coffee was brewed, I brought these essentials and laptop with headset to my lounger part of couch area, kicked back, and resumed to listen to your show. I decisively made it my routine now once a week to plug into listening to your shows. Keep up all the great work, HHMs!

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