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Smart but Scattered

For parents of children who struggle with organization.
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Smart but Scattered Teens

Great resource for helping teens who struggle with organization. See our review by searching “Smart but scattered.”

Executive FUNction series

Series of 10 simple, helpful books for children, covering learning: 1. Impulse control, 2. Flexible thinking, 3. Reacting appropriately, 4. Organizing your stuff, 5. Managing time, 6. Problem Solving, 7. Self-monitoring, 8. Planning and prioritizing, 9. Staying on task, and 10. Improving working memory. for extraordinary supplies and kits for your homeschool.

Timberdoodle curricula and learning tools

One of my favorite places to shop for fun educational toys and “crazy-smart supplies for homeschooling.” Family business supporting homeschoolers since 1985.
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103 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum by Cathy Duffy

For years, Cathy Duffy has done an outstanding and unbiased job reviewing hundreds of homeschool curriculum. Getting into this book means it’s one of the best. Click on the search icon (upper right) and search for “Duffy” to read my review and a link to her site with this newest edition. (At press time, Amazon doesn’t carry the newest edition.)

The Mislabeled Child: Looking Beyond Behavior to Find the True Sources and Solutions for Children’s Learning Challenges by Drs. Brock & Fernette Eide

Not sure what your child’s learning problems are? This book by Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide, is a good place to start. My review

The Big What Now Book of Learning Styles: A Fresh and Demystifying Approach by Carol Barnier

How does your child learn best? Carol Barnier explains and tells how that knowledge can help you improve your homeschool. To see my review, use the search option, upper right, and search for “Barnier styles”

Teaching a Child with Special Needs at Home and at School by Judith B. Munday

A veteran special education teacher equips homeschooling parents to plan customized instruction for their children, especially helpful for students with more severe disabilities. My review
Simply Classical by Cheryl Swope

Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child by Cheryl Swope

Why give your child with learning challenges a classical education? Cheryl Swope explains how to provide a classical education enriches any person’s life. My review
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Encouraging Your Child

“Praising your child seems simple, but the way in which a parent goes about it can either result in internal motivation or decreased self-esteem. Finally, there’s a definitive manual on how to do it right.” ~Ann Dolin, President, Educational Connections.

Staying Sane as You Homeschool

Homeschooling builds families, develops character, and nurtures children, but it’s not always easy. How do you keep going? Kathy Kuhl shares vital principles to help you thrive. A veteran homeschooler with a child with learning challenges, she knows the rewards and the frustrations, as well as the temptations and attitudes to avoid. Whether you are a new or experienced homeschooler, you will find practical help, humor, and insight to help you and your family in Staying Sane as You Homeschool.

Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner

Whether you already homeschool, are considering it, or just want to help your child after school, Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner helps you teach your child at home. Download a sample chapter and learn more here at