Facebook Groups for Homeschoolers

Below are some suggestions of Facebook groups for homeschoolers. Before I give you links, I just want to warn you of something you already know – INFORMATION OVERLOAD IS A REAL THING! Don’t get sucked into the vortex. These are great resources to have available, but don’t let them steal your joy!

Homeschool Successfully, Perfection Not Required
General homeschooling group.

Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers
Specific to the Charlotte Mason method.

Mere Motherhood
Homeschooling and Motherhood. Christian. Created by Cindy Rollins, homeschool mom who has graduated 8 boys and 1 girl.

Charlotte Mason/Ambleside/Living Books
Used “living” books for sale.

Reshelving Alexandria
Parents who are trying to curate the highest quality books for their home library.

Classical/Charlotte Mason/Eclectic Homeschoolers
Many groups can become echo chambers. This one is eclectic enough to not let that happen as much.

It’s Not That Hard to Homeschool High School
High School specific!

There are also many boards that are specifically for a particular curriculum. If you need help with understanding how to implement your curriculum, try searching it on Facebook. Instagram has A LOT of awesome inspiration, but it is even more likely to steal your joy, so I’m not linking to it here. Enter that world at your own risk!

Homeschool Co-Ops

Consider starting a small co-op with 1-2 of your friends if your kids are of similar ages. Get together one day per week to do some subjects with all the kids. One parent can watch the littles while the other does school with the big kids.


Some ideas of things that can be done during co-op

Read Aloud and Narration (podcast explanation here)

Science Experiments

Nature Walk/Nature Study/Nature Journaling

Learning with math manipulatives

Poetry (or upgrade to Poetry Tea Time)

Memory work

Composer Study

Art study

Geography (or these books)


Semi-independent seatwork (copywork, math, etc.)

Shakespeare (Start with abridged versions for younger kids or beginners.)

Foreign Language

Book Discussion


Soap Carving

Physical Education