Homeschooling with Special Needs: Sensory Overload

In my last Homeschooling with Special Needs post I discussed Homeschooling Sensory Seekers. Having one child on the Autism Spectrum, two children with Sensory Processing Disorder, and having Sensory Processing disorder myself, it is just as common in our household to have the possibility of sensory overload. Unfortunately, this can trickle down from one of […]

Homeschooling Sensory Seekers

Day 2 of my 5 Days of Homeschooling with Special Needs is “Homeschooling Sensory Seekers.” Although our three children are very different in many ways they do all have one thing in common – sensory seeking. Our oldest is on the Autism Spectrum, and as you may know, many children on the Autism spectrum exhibit […]

Homeschooling Special Needs Children – It IS possible! Our Story

If you have a special needs child (or children) and are considering homeschooling I hope you will read through this post (I apologize mine is a little long) as well as the other great posts in this Blog Hop, which you will see at the bottom of the post and that you will feel encouraged […]

But it’s Summer…

Unfortunately our pool bit the dust between last summer and this one. It got a hole in the bottom, which is impossible to find. My father in-law got the kids a 14′ trampoline for the boys’ birthday, though, so we’ll have a new kind of summer fun this year! All of the kids have a […]

Schoolhouse Review Crew Spotlight

Head on over to the Schoolhouse Review Crew Blog where I have been featured today and read my post about Homeschooling Special Needs Children: Combining Therapy and Homeschool. It has been an absolute blessing being part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew, and I feel honored to share some of my homeschooling experiences with them! If […]

Dare to NOT compare

I think one of the challenges of homeschooling is the pressure to compare your kids with those in public or private schools in their age range or even other homeschool kids their age. I think this is common of parenting in general, but I think the reason it’s so prevalent when you’re homeschooling is because […]

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