So you have a child in High School or Middle School. Have you ever wondered where to connect online? Believe it or not there are TONS of quality places for older students to connect online. Online homeschool communities offer all sorts of learning and socialization opportunities.
I have found blogrolls, link-ups, weekly challenges, and a few online communities. All of these have their own unique qualities and variety of security level. If you blog about homeschooling then you may want to link up your blog to the CC or Apologia Blog roll-IF you use those curriculum. If you have a blog then your children may want to participate in the writing challenge linkup. Mom’s feel free to stop by the Finishing Strong Link-up to share ideas or get ideas on Middle school and High School!
Blog Rolls- these are places that list blogs that pertain to a certain Curriculum, Topic, or Theme:
If you are a blogger, blog about homeschooling, and use Classical Conversations (at home or in a community), please share a link to your site! (CC Community sites are welcome to link-up with us as well!)
In light of our focus on Classical Conversations Community, let’s get to know one another!
As well as a place to link up your main blog page, you can now link up specific posts that you write related to the Apologia curriculum. Share experiments, projects, activities, or anything related to your experience using the Apologia curriculum. That way we all can connect with other Apologia users, see how others are using this curriculum, gain ideas, advice and tips for projects and experiments, or to simply find fellowship.
Link-ups- these are places where anyone that homeschools and blogs can link up their related content or participate in a weekly challenge:
It’s a place where you can share posts about high school curriculum plans, a wrap up of your week with your high schoolers, activities that you added to your high school curriculum… anything high school. Link up old posts if you have them. They will still be of help to someone who needs a hand. Link up new posts as you go through the year. Share your struggles.
This creative writing linkup is for Middle and High School student bloggers (and their moms). We would love if you could link back to the linkup (however, it is not a requirement). Use the code above to add to your post to let others know about the linkup.
Every Tuesday I post a new sketch assignment on the Harmony Art Mom blog. Everyone is welcome to sketch and you do not need to sign up to participate. You can participate every week or as often as you wish since there is no commitment. I try to make the assignments open-ended so your child can interpret the assignment in a way that works for them. Parents are welcome to sketch and submit to the slideshow too.
Every Wednesday, we invite you to share your posts that focus on educating these higher grades. We’re looking for curriculum ideas, unique learning approaches, encouragement, and more. Really, any post that focuses on homeschooling middle & high school students.
Each month in the coming school year, we will be hopping around some of the web’s best and brightest high school homeschooling blogs to share tips, resources, and encouragement on all things high school homeschooling!
Thankfully, homeschoolers aren’t shy – – we LIKE sharing! So, please join us on our journey, and maybe even hop right along with us!!!
Mostly for the parents but still worthy of mentions.
Christian Homeschooling Middle and High School
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Megan @ EducationPossible.com says
Thank you so much for adding our link-up to your great list of resources Thaleia!! I’m excited to be finding so many bloggers writing about middle school & high school. I definitely don’t want to go on this journey alone!!
You are so welcome! Glad to have shared your link-up!
Its good to know about the homeschooling communities. This is very much helpful for the homeschooling communities to connect with each other and share their ideas, experiences, tips about homeschooling. Great work.
Yes, it is nice knowing of places that homeschool teens can participate in safely.