Over the last two years that we have been considering homeschool, I've come across tons of websites that have offered up a treasure trove of information, insight and encouragement. Here are a few of them that I can find at the moment. I'll link some of the other great sites I've stumbled across as I remember them. :)
Ann Voskamp has so many good articles on homeschooling and does such a beautiful job articulating why she and her family have decided to homeschool. I love the way she acknowledges that homeschooling isn't perfect and it isn't easy and it isn't right for everyone, but it is right for her family. Some of her homeschool posts I have bookmarked are:
Pros and Cons to Homeschooling: Why We Do It?
How to Simply Homeschool
A Day in the Life of Homeschooling: 7 Rungs
Here's an excellent article on Homeschooling PreK & Kindergarten.
I really enjoy reading what Kate has to say about homeschooling, or rather unschooling. While I'm not sure unschooling is the path for us ( I would go nuts!), she has some very interesting things to say about the way homeschooled kids are different and how maybe different isn't so bad. You can read Kate's perspectives on her journey as an unschooler at Skipping School.
Carisa at 1+1+1=1 is a very large part of the reason we had the confidence to start this journey of home education. Her website is full of homeschooling advice and especially resources.
The Homeschool Classroom is a continual source of good advice and information.
Erica at Confessions of Homeschooler has a great series on Getting Started Homeschooling. Tons of information here!
Peter Gray's blog, Freedom to Learn provides lots of food for thought concerning educational theory. I can't say that I always agree with his conclusions, but they are always a fun and contemplation-evoking read.