Yes, You Can Homeschool a Special Needs Child is part of the Back to Homeschool: Mind Over Matter blog series. This post has been provided by Cynthia from Inside Our Normal. We all have our hands full parenting our own kids, and some families may be more intense, if you have kids with extra challenges like we do. Summer… Continue reading Yes, You Can Homeschool a Special Needs Child
I've been on both sides of the turf. Having spent several years in the school system as a Curriculum Specialist Assistant, Tutor, and Preschool Teacher, I've seen academically challenged students. On the other side, I'm a mom of four kiddos who are being homeschooled by me and their father. From this aspect things look a… Continue reading What if your child isn’t really struggling academically?
Finding an Approach that Works Finding an approach to homeschooling that works for you and your kiddos can get overwhelming at times. Trust me, as a mama who is homeschooling multiples, I totally get it. Attempting to sift through the many styles and methods may leave you dazed and confused. But don't worry... let me… Continue reading Looking for a New Approach to Homeschooling? Try THIS One!
Most homeschooling families have already started their new year, while others are gearing up for it. On the other hand, perhaps you are part of the many who might be thinking about homeschooling your children. When you’re on the cusp of making this choice it’s important to consider the benefits, especially when navigating through the… Continue reading 5 Surprising Benefits of Homeschooling You May Not Have Considered
Ask any mom that’s been homeschooling for any length of time and they’ll tell you that at some point – most likely early on – they struggled with finding their homeschool groove. Every homeschool has a groove… a beat that everyone works smoothly to. When there is a lack of “groove”, usually there is a… Continue reading Finding Your Homeschool Groove: From Clashing Chaos to Smooth Groove