Welcome to Day 18 of the 31 Days of Random Reflections on Raising and Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs. You can find the main page for this series here. When choosing a curriculum, parents sometimes don’t know what’s best for their child. I am often asked what the best program is for a specific diagnosis. Instead of best […]
This is a guest-post I wrote for Christian Homeschool Moms’ blog on learning styles. It includes how to identify your child’s learning style as well as ideas for teaching your child based on the way he learns best. Click here to be guided to the page.
I’ve said this many times: I believe that all parents are homeschoolers, whether we do it full-time or in the after-school hours. If you send your child on the school bus each morning, and pick him up at the end of the day, you still have lots to do before the day ends. You are […]
When we think about school and the classroom, it’s easy to envision children sitting at their desks harping away on workbook sheet after workbook sheet. Filling in blanks, matching images, tracing letters, circling answers – they all make for great-looking educational handouts. It’s also easy to find free printable worksheets on Pinterest. It’s even […]
This is part 5 in the planning series. If you haven’t read the other parts yet, I encourage you to do so before reading below since each part builds upon the next. Part 1 is about defining your family’s philosophy of education, part 2 is about finding your child’s dominant intelligence(s) and learning style, part […]