August 23, 2016

7 more tips to planning your homeschool, and a gift

By Kathy Kuhl Last time, I gave you the first four steps to writing a plan for homeschooling children who learn differently. You can find that post here, but here’s a summary: Plans need to be flexible. Plan in pencil or on a computer, not in ink. Begin by looking at holidays and family activities on […]

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August 18, 2016

4 steps to plan a great homeschool year

Plan your homeschool for a child who learns differently

By Kathy Kuhl Got a plan? You’ve set your goals,* you’ve ordered your curriculum, and the boxes have arrived. You have another stack of books and materials you bought at a homeschool convention. It feels a bit like the holidays, with all the new books piled up like promising packages. But now what? (*No written […]

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August 10, 2016

Homeschooling When Learning Isn’t Easy: Book review

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by Kathy Kuhl          Review of Homeschooling When Learning Isn’t Easy, by Heather Laurie. Are you considering homeschooling because you have several children with special needs? Are therapies and hospitalizations a regular part of your life? Do you want encouragement from a Christian mother who’s been down that road? Meet Heather Laurie Heather […]

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August 02, 2016

7 ways to help children after adoption

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by Kathy Kuhl     I often talk with parents who have adopted or are fostering children who learn differently. Sometimes, after a child’s move from a hard situation, parents need extraordinary resources. Favorite resources for families after adoption The Center for Adoption Support and Education (CASE) helps foster and adoptive families. It “promotes adoption awareness, enhances […]

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