Inspired by her kids with dyslexia Rachel Smith has written many Children’s Books in Dyslexic Font including historically based stories created with homeschooling family’s in mind.
Are you looking for a creative way to teach character education to your kids? Have you ever seen it done through a coloring book approach? Last month I found just that, a delightful character education series of coloring books called Donnie Learns. This unique series of seven books is made up of inspiring stories that are paired with coloring activities. The activities teach important character
With fall approaching us, are you, by any chance, looking for some fun indoor activities for your kids, when it is too cold to play outside? Play Pack has some wonderful and simple ideas for indoor play, and each of these will also help your kids with their gross motor development. In fact, they offer many activities that can actually help with your child’s handwriting!
Don’t miss the giveaway at the end of this post. As homeschoolers, we already know how to adapt our approaches to meet our children’s individual needs. That is why homeschooling is so ideally suited for children with special needs. At BJ’s Homeschool, one of the reasons that we chose to homeschool was that our daughter had some learning issues related to ADHD. Homeschooling allowed us