Do you have a child with sensory dysfunction? I do! My son is constantly seeking sensory input, and it can make homeschooling a bit of a challenge. I have a guest post today over at Sunflower Schoolhouse, where I talk about how to work with this ever-present facet of homeschooling your special needs child.
At the homeschool conference, I was able to attend a writing and language arts panel. Three moms shared their various favorite language arts curriculum ideas, and a few were discussed in depth. One of these is a program which I always wanted to use, but never took the big jump. Years ago, when my girls […]
I posted a few days ago about my desire to use notebooking in our school lessons, but it’s just so difficult for the boys to do the writing required. I know that will come in time, even for my special needs child, he IS making progress. He’s just not THERE, yet. I am revisiting the […]
All of you notebookers out there, I’m looking for suggestions. I have tons of notebooking supplies, pages, pens, glue, and the kids each have a notebook. I love how notebooks turn out, even by the youngest kids, because they are invested in the end result. They remember what they learn when they produce something for […]
“Beep! Beep! Beep!” Silence. “Beep! Beep! Beep!” Groaning, sighing, then stumbling, running, bathroom door slamming. My boys don’t always like to get up in the mornings. I finally got D1 an alarm clock because my 30-minute wake-ups with him were getting OLD. Yes, it can take him that long to just wake up. With the […]