New Resource: What Has Kathy Recommended?

New Resource: What Has Kathy Recommended?

by Kathy Kuhl       On this site,  I have reviewed over 100 books for parents of kids with learning challenges on this site. I’ve also suggested dozens of tools to help your child focus, read, and learn. This week we unveil a new resource for you: an updated list of all my recommended […]

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The Motivation Breakthrough: Book Review

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By Kathy Kuhl Review of The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child by Richard Lavoie Richard Lavoie is a world-class teacher with a real heart for children and teens. For many years he headed Eagle Hill School, a school for children with learning disabilities, so he knows about discouraged, frustrated students and […]

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Let’s Play Math: review of a book to make math fun

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By Kathy Kuhl     Review of Let’s Play Math: How Families Can Learn Math Together—and Enjoy It by Denise Gaskins. 290 pages. Tabletop Academy Press. What if we’ve been teaching mathematics the wrong way? Denise Gaskins’ new book, Let’s Play Math, is revolutionizing how I think about the subject. She is a veteran homeschool mom who […]

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Teaching a Child with Special Needs: Book Review

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Book review by Kathy Kuhl Judith Munday’s new book is out at last: Teaching a Child with Special Needs at Home and at School. That’s good news for homeschoolers with children with learning challenges. Back in the 1990s, when I was a new homeschooler, Judi was the first expert I heard who understood homeschooling students with special […]

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Independent living with learning disabilities: Book review

How will you help your child learn to live and work independently? Today I want to introduce you to Dale Susan Brown, a remarkable advocate on working and living independently for folks with learning disabilities. She’s an author, speaker, and policy advocate. If you have a child who has struggled to learn, you may be worrying […]

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