Homeschool Disney: Hall of Presidents
Add some Disney magic to your homeschooling day with ideas for studying U.S. Presidents with the Hall of Presidents in Liberty Square.
Unschooling Day in the Life: take a look into a homeschooling day in the life
I've got another homeschooling day in the life for you today! This DITL was totally impromptu, my kids have been oozing creativity lately and I wanted to
How to Get Started Homeschooling a Child With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Deciding to homeschool a child with dyslexia is a very personal decision. If you are considering homeschooling your child with dyslexia, this post is for you.
8 Things to Know Before You Homeschool Your Kids With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
There are memories of my early years of homeschooling that I wish I could forget. They were the days that I misunderstood learning, dyslexia, ADD and the beautiful freedom that I had in homeschooling. Before you homeschool kids with dyslexia there are a few things you need to know.
Middle School Shark Learning Collection - Year Round Homeschooling
Tweens will enjoy learning about the fascinating creatures of the deep using this Middle School Shark Learning Collection!
1st-2nd Grade Shark Learning Collection - Year Round Homeschooling
Early elementary students will have fun completing all of the learning activities inside this 100+ page 1st-2nd Grade Shark Learning Collection!
Dyslexia in Disguise: Other Names for Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
What dyslexia is called depends upon the type of specialist who did the testing, and their understanding and knowledge of dyslexia. Here are some other names for dyslexia that you may not have known about.
What Every Child With Dyslexia Needs | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
We all only have so much time, right? Here's what you need to focus on with your kids with dyslexia.
Top Posts From 2015 Homeschooling With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
The best content from from 2015 from Homeschooling With Dyslexia.
The Strengths of Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
One of the most important things is to remember as the parent or teacher of kids with dyslexia is to focus on identifying and building strengths. That is why we are sharing some of the little-known strengths of dyslexia.
What is the Orton-Gillingham Approach to Teaching Reading? | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
There has never been an method more highly recommended for teaching people with dyslexia than the Orton-Gillingham approach. Learn what the Orton-Gillingham approach is and how it can help your dyslexic child.
Are There Different Kinds of Dyslexia? | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Have ever seen an article or heard someone say that they or their child has a particular type of dyslexia? Some names I’ve heard are: dysphonetic dyslexia auditory dyslexia dyseidetic dyslexia visual dyslexia double deficit dyslexia attentional dyslexia Being on the alert for false claims about dyslexia, I set about researching these ‘different kinds of …
10 Myths About Dyslexia and How They are Harming Your Kids | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
There are many myths about dyslexia and they are harming our kids! Learn 10 myths and the truths behind them.
HOMESCHOOL RESOURCE HAUL: middle grade books & game haul
We recently added some more books and games to our homeschool resources! Today I am sharing a stack of middle grade books as well as some games we've
How to Make a Water Filter
How can contaminated water become safe to drink? Watch a sand water filter science project video and learn about the five steps of water purification.
Signs of Dyslexia in Children | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Here are 10 Common signs of dyslexia in school. Because dyslexia affects so many different areas of learning, it is critical for parents and teachers to understand dyslexia.