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Kansas Homeschooling

Whether you are new to homeschooling, or have been homeschooling for years, you'll find everything you need to homeschool successfully in Kansas. You'll find a vast amount of information on homeschooling in Kansas by exploring our website. Begin by checking out these starting points:


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How to Make Lesson Plans for Homeschool
Donna Young
It is good to wake up in the morning and know what you are going to do that day in school. That is what planning lessons is all about -- being prepared -- so that you can be as stress free as possible.
10 Reasons to Homeschool in the Summer
Melinda Boring
These top 10 reasons for homeschooling during the summer will help you identify the advantages of year-round homeschooling. These advantages include having more days during the school year for field trips, projects, local programs, and emergencies. It also provides more routine and continuity.
Unschooling Dads
This list is a place for unschooling dads. Whether you're an advocate, long-time unschooler, novice, or somewhere in the middle, you're welcome here. This list is for dads only.
What Dads Can Do In Homeschooling
Marsha Ransom
Although it seems that the majority of the responsibility of homeschooling falls to mothers, there are many fathers who participate in their family's homeschooling to varying degrees. From dads who help teach science or take the kids on field trips to fathers who do all the teaching while his wife is the breadwinner, fathers have many roles to choose from when a family is homeschooling.
Socialization: Tackling Homeschooling’s “S” Word
Bridget Bentz Sizer
The mainstream perception of homeschool students is that they are an antisocial bunch, toiling away lonely hours at a kitchen table with only their parents for friends. But homeschoolers themselves will tell you that socialization—the “S-word,” as some call it—is really a nonissue.

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