#SPECIAL NEEDS HOMESCHOOLING

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…


If you’ve been raising an autistic child who is now in their teen years, then you are well aware of how challenging the school environment can be. Public schools don’t always have the resources…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com The challenges you face with your children with special needs don’t go away just because it’s summer. You may even feel more challenged during these…


Reprinted with permission from A2Z Home's Cool  By Kerry Jones You will be extremely happy to know that you have nothing in common with me. You glide along through life like a leaf…


It’s that wonderful time of year again.  With the aroma of pumpkin pie in the air and visions of Christmas morning dancing in our heads, it’s easy to get swept up in the moment or the…


 The Flip-side Strengths of Dyslexia There’s a saying that goes, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” It is very common to find someone in a dyslexic child’s parents’…


“The amount of eccentricity in a society has generally been proportional to the amount of genius, mental vigor, and moral courage which it contained. That so few now dare to be eccentric,…