As parents, we want to equip our children for success. However, if your child has learning disabilities, they may struggle. Read how to empower them!
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Ah, Fall is in the Air! If you have children with special needs, it can be challenging to find activities that meet their unique needs, abilities, and interests.
All of us at Homeschool.com believe passionately that home is the best place to educate a child. This context is even more profound when it comes to the special needs learner. Who else knows the child like his parent?
As a mother of a child with a learning disability, there are days that we need encouragement like a thirsty man in the middle of a desert. Grab this printable and find the encouragement you need today.!
There are many benefits of homeschooling for special needs learners, and here are our top 50.
This week we interviewed Kat Taylor. An amazing mom of two boys who are now graduated from homeschoo l. One of her sons had a Traumatic Brain Injury which contributed to his intense ADHD. Kat shared some practical tips for keeping a child with ADHD focused and learning without pushing them. Kat’s son is now […]
Homeschooling is an exciting journey, a lifestyle change, and a different road entirely for any family. The decision to take your child’s education into your own hands is intimidating, enlightening, freeing, and even stressful, regardless of how much they may excel in certain subjects or feel challenged in others. However, perhaps you have an amazing […]
Homeschooling is an excellent choice for many children with special needs. After all, the flexible, personalized education can provide the exact structure they need tailored specifically to their strengths and weaknesses.
With an abundance of homeschool curriculum, the absence of a curriculum that meets the unique needs of students with special requirements stands out. Find tips to modify curriculum to meet those unique needs.
Let’s face it, in addition to being a joyous holiday season, Christmas can be extremely stressful for everyone. When you have a child with special needs it can be even more challenging, especially for that child. Their senses can become overloaded with bright lights, festive music, and different smells. Not to mention that the holidays […]