Special Needs

SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

Special Needs Homeschooling

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…


Homeschooling Gives Hope for Those with Unique Abilities I've had the privilege to speak with many mothers of special needs children over the past few months. The stories that I've heard are…


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,…


If you are homeschooling a special needs child, you may feel like you are in a league of your own.  After all, it’s possible that many of the fun homeschooling ideas and curriculum circling…


What’s Out There for Children that Have Special Needs? Homeschool curriculum has come a long way since the first few bold families decided to teach their children at home, using castoff…


In honor of World Down Syndrome Day A Poem for Joshua by Kelly Stone The task had been quite difficult, But now my job was done. Fatigued beyond description, I watched my newborn son. A…


5 Facts Parents Need To Know About Dyslexia There is no single type of dyslexia. Dyslexia covers a wide range of difficulties.…


Three Questions we should be asking about Autism. What is autism? If I have a child with autism, how do I best address his needs? If I don't have a close familial…


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Learning Styles Quiz

  Learning Styles Quiz Whether you are a newcomer or a seasoned veteran (I won't say "old-timer"), taking a learning styles quiz will help you understand and build a curriculum…