Sunday, August 17, 2014

~Homeschooling With Special Needs~


Homeschooling Series: Post 5




If you missed any of the first 4 posts from this series, here they are below:

 homeschooling encouragement

 homeschooling organization

 homeschool series reasons for

 homeschooling children education



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Homeschool Adventure Re-Cap

Since I began this adventure many people have questioned me on my journey:

"Where do I find support?"
"Do I have to let the school board know?"
"Is this legal?"
"How do I set it all up for the year?"
"What sort of curriculum should I use?"

That's where this homeschooling series came in...I wanted to share some of my previous posts, along with many of my friends' perspectives as well, and hopefully give you something to start with. 

To give you some confidence.
To get you through the difficult times...

I am hoping, that through these posts, you will find some of the tools you need to 'weed' your way into the journey that we call homeschooling :)

***An update for our family: we realized our eldest two children are wanting to go back to school. We realized for them individually, they missed a lot of the aspects of their school AND they had had a bit of trouble adjusting to the changes.

 I did beat myself up a lot (A LOT!), however came to the realization that we have to custom our journey for our family. 

No Comparisons Allowed!!!

Today, we have a VERY special treat, in that some of my blogging friends are sharing their unique views along their homeschool journey, today as it relates to homeschooling special needs children.
 Enjoy :)

PS: If you have a blog post that focuses on special needs, please feel free to add in the comments
 I'd LOVE for others to find you!!!

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One Mom's Journey: Working With Distractible Learners 


New Treatment Options For Children With ADHD


Creating Sensory Stations


A Short Encouragement: Don't Ever Give Up!




Is Your Homeschool Classroom Too Distracting?


Inspirations From a Movie


Practical Steps To Homeschool A Special Needs Child



Homeschooling In Crisis



Explanations Are Not Excuses



Special Needs Homeschooling Blog




Resources For Homeschooling Children With Special Needs




Dealing With ADD & Autism




Having A Child With Apraxia




Homeschooling & Dyslexia 




Preparing Your Special Needs Child For a Day Away




Speech Therapy AND Special Needs Homeschooling Blog



Top Ten Homeschooling With Special Needs Blogs!



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7 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing with us here at Tell me a Story. I can understand your older children wanting to be in public school, as there is a lot of interaction with other children and often the school offers clubs and activities of interest.

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    1. Yes, I feel peace about this decision for this year. I know it's going to be a good one for all of our children! Thanks so much Hazel for stopping by :) Missed stopping by your hop!!

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  2. I am also a special needs homeschooling mom. Great list of resources and inspiration! Thanks!

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    1. Glad you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by :)

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  3. This is a great list! Thank you for sharing it! My boys are all special needs, and I'm always in need of encouragement. One figures something out, and the other slides back...good thing homeschooling is at their pace!

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    1. Thanks Meg! I do think so too. Many of my blogger friends have such awesome & inspirational posts sharing their heart for education & their children. Glad they have such taken the time to share & be open with us :)
      Thanks for coming by the blog!!

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  4. This is a great list! I'm going to share it on my page . My blog is http://ourcrazyadventuresinautismland.com

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