#SPECIAL NEEDS HOMESCHOOLING

This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. If you haven’t yet read part one, you can read that here. Struggling at School So began the first heartbreaking year for my daughter, Bella, when…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. I can remember it as clear as day: the moment a dear family friend, Marta, (who happened to be a Speech Pathologist, and like a mother figure to me)…


Guest post by worldschooling mom, Crystal Esteves When leaving to travel the world, our original plan was to visit one country each month, staying in 3-4 different towns, spending a week or…


It's Wednesday morning and my child is in tears... and so am I.   My child is six years old and I am trying to get him to recite the alphabet with no luck.  I try verbally and in writing and…


No matter how many baby books you read, no matter how many parenting classes you may take, no matter how prepared you think you are, nothing can really get you ready for the challenges of raising…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com As homeschooling parents, you naturally desire to do all you can to equip your children to be their best and succeed in life. Sometimes, this is…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Ah, fall is in the air!  The cooler temperatures and beautiful landscape are perfect for keeping your kids’ bodies and minds active through the fall…


Special needs can feel like a different world of parenting altogether.  It has its own amazing moments, as well as its own struggles. If you have found yourself evaluating your child’s education…


Have you ever heard of the term “accidental homeschooler”? Well, that was our family. Before kids, I did have dreams of homeschooling but when I was blessed through foster care with a…


This post contributed by Kerry Jones. The term "visual-spatial learners" is perhaps not a household phrase, but in the educational community, it is becoming more and more familiar.  Thanks…