It’s been quite the year of blogging for us, and we have the most popular homeschool blog posts to prove it! Here are the top posts ranked by our readers in 2021:
Although you can formally withdraw your children by phone, letter or in person, we recommend a letter as a hard-copy option that can be used if any legal problems arise.
Here’s an easy guide complete with templates tailored to residents in Kansas or Missouri.
This interview with Scott Woodruff, Senior Counsel at Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), took place after Scott experienced too many questions to answer during one of his sessions at our homeschool conference!
See all the details to understanding the procedures and legalities involved in Missouri homeschooling.
Every homeschool in Kansas is treated as a non-accredited private school, so you need to name it!
Just before you go overboard on names, remember that the school name can appear on official documents like high school transcripts.
See these great ideas for naming your homeschool in a way that won’t haunt your kids for life!
Thinking about homeschooling, but not sure where to start based on your children’s ages?
Check out this great post with points to consider whatever age your children are in order to help them begin homeschooling as smoothly as possible.
We have a wealth of activities for homeschool families right in the KC area. See one mom’s recommendations for the most enjoyable field trips for her support group!
Interested in further homeschool blog posts?
Here are other top posts from previous years:
- Homeschool resources ‘we can’t live without’
- The 12 best homeschool deals in KC
- Creating the best morning routine for your homeschool
- 9 homeschool conference tips for newbies
- 21 outdoor activities for KC-area homeschoolers
- 18 holiday events that homeschoolers enjoy around KC
- 11 early homeschool mistakes to avoid
- 6 “first day of school” homeschool traditions
- 5 tips from a retired homeschool mom
- How Box Tops can help homeschoolers
- Here’s your last-minute conference checklist!
Over the next few days, we’ll be celebrating the season with family and friends and taking some well-earned time off from the office.
If you have any ideas or suggestions for homeschool blog posts in 2022, feel free to add them in a comment below.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all our readers!