Our new favorite party game is simply fun...and different every time you play
If you like Apples-to-Apples, this fun party game may be your new favorite! You use books to find the perfect fit to a prompt. Prepare to laugh...a lot!
Could it be Dyslexia? Signs of Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
If you know little about dyslexia, you may be wondering, how to know if someone is dyslexic or not. There are quite a few signs of dyslexia that are easy to observe.
Homeschool Quizzes - Year Round Homeschooling
What is your child's learning style? Need help deciding which homeschooling method, style or curriculum is right for you? These homeschool quizzes can help!
How to Make Accommodations in Your Homeschool | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Making appropriate accommodations for your child's learning style make it possible for them to complete the assignments more independently.
5 Things Every Teacher Needs to Know About Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Whether you teach in a public, private or homeschool there are 5 critical things that you need to know about your kids that are struggling to learn to read.
Homeschool Memes to Brighten Your Day
So, today's post is completely out of the normal. Today I'm sharing some of my favorite homeschool memes. There is just something about memes . . .
Teaching English Without a Curriculum & some of our favorite language arts resources
Welcome to the teaching without a curriculum series! Today we are kicking things off by chatting about how my kids learn English Language Arts in our
Fall Field Trips and Activities for Your Homeschool
Fall is a great time to get outside and enjoy the outdoors with your family as part of your homeschooling journey! There is so much to see and do while
How Dyslexics Learn: Teaching to the Dyslexic Strengths | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Are your teaching methods not working with your dyslexic child? When kids with dyslexia are taught with the right methods, they learn and thrive!
Unschooling Introduction: what I want my kids to learn and how I view my role as a homeschool mom
Welcome to a new series all about unschooling! Today I am sharing a little introduction to unschooling and talk a little about what I want my kids to
Early Intervention for Kids With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Studies show that 74 percent of children with reading problems in the third grade will remain poor readers as adults unless they receive early intervention.
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!