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Preparing to Homeschool: Homeschool Situations

Special Family Circumstances - single parents, working parents and more

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Having a Baby in the Middle of the School Year by Laura Carter
One of the hardest things to overcome in a school year is having a baby, but there are ways you can prepare for that precious little bundle.

Homeschooling: A Balancing Act by Beverly S. Krueger
Advice on maintaining your homeschooling balance. You're not trying to do it all by yourself are you?

Our 'Perfect' Homeschool by Tamara Eaton
Recently someone asked me what I would like to change about our homeschool. I thought about it for several minutes, but I couldn't think of anything I wanted to change. For the past few years, we've reached a homeschooling plan and style that suits our family just perfectly!Recently someone asked me what I would like to change about our homeschool. I thought about it for several minutes, but I couldn't think of anything I wanted to change. For the past few years, we've reached a homeschooling plan and style that suits our family just perfectly!

A Helping Hand Advice Column Questions

Question:
Is there any information about homeschooling an only child? We have been homeschooling our daughter since the 3rd grade. She currently is in the 7th grade. I read extensively and subscribe to many homeschooling periodicals, but I've never seen this topic addressed. Thanks, Paulette

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Special Needs children

Articles

Fighting for Her Son by Robin McDonald
Recipe for success: take one very frustrated mom and one child with a hopeless situation. Add a smidgen of determination, along with a shake of prayer. What do you get? A success story encouraging to every mother of a learning disabled child, particularly those diagnosed to be unteachable in one fashion or another.Recipe for success: take one very frustrated mom and one child with a hopeless situation. Add a smidgen of determination, along with a shake of prayer. What do you get? A success story encouraging to every mother of a learning disabled child, particularly those diagnosed to be unteachable in one fashion or another.

Identifying and Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder by American Institutes for Research
You may think that your child is a little over active or disruptive, but is his behavior really a sign of ADHD? This article offers information about ADHD, how it is handled in the public school environment, and helpful tips and resources for your to explore the subject further.

Is Testing Right for Your Special Needs Child? by Robin McDonald
Is testing right for your special needs child? Will giving your child a label help you find a solution to his condition? These controversial questions start many discussions in the "teacher's lounge" at cooperatives and other homeschooling venues. Some homeschooling experts believe that labels only hurt a child, while others believe that they name a child's condition, giving a parent a better grasp on how to help him.Is testing right for your special needs child? Will giving your child a label help you find a solution to his condition? These controversial questions start many discussions in the "teacher's lounge" at cooperatives and other homeschooling venues. Some homeschooling experts believe that labels only hurt a child, while others believe that they name a child's condition, giving a parent a better grasp on how to help him.

Learning Disabilities & Special Needs Resources by EHO Staff
Organizations, websites, and mailing lists dedicated to special needs homeschooling.Organizations, websites, and mailing lists dedicated to special needs homeschooling.

TC Two Cents-Dyslexia by Cynthia McDaniel
One mom's experience with a 14 year-old dyslexic and research which helped her advance from a 3rd grade reading level at the end of 6th grade to a 9th grade reading level one year later.One mom's experience with a 14 year-old dyslexic and research which helped her advance from a 3rd grade reading level at the end of 6th grade to a 9th grade reading level one year later.

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