Jul 182014
 
The GREATEST Thing Since Sliced Bread for Homeschoolers!

Unlimited Kindle (Select) Books! Can you imagine what this means for the ever-changing needs of homeschoolers, not to mention how it will enable you to meet the reading needs of multiple kids for one low, monthly cost? My first thought tonight is that Unlimited Kindle books will enable homeschoolers to acquire a number of books [...]

Jun 282014
 
Should You Homeschool a Child with Learning Disabilities?

The NCLB has a post of “questions that parents should address to ensure that their child’s learning and behavioral needs are being met”  when considering homeschoolng, but I think the NCLB presents bias-based questioning against homeschooling.   What do you think? NCLD Poses Question #1 for parents to ask themselves before homeschooling: “Do I really want [...]

May 172014
 
Bullied, Non-reader becomes A High Achieving College Student

My name is Sandy, and I’m the owner of Learning Abled Kids and the Learning Abled Kids’ Support Group.  I’m sharing my story as an encouragement for you, because I know homeschooling a Learning Abled Kid can be an overwhelming thought. I’m sharing the stories of my boys separately because each of their stories is [...]

Oct 012013
 
Children’s Reading & Math Software: 2013 New Releases & Bestsellers

Bestselling, In Demand Children’s Reading Software:   Reading for Literacy v2 Bundle [Download] Designed to develop your child’s key reading skills. The reading ages and focus of the activities progress from title to title moving from literal to inferred meanings, simple vocabulary to complex, and word recognition to comprehension. This bundle contains 810 activities arranged [...]

Sep 112013
 
From Anxiety & Learning Disabilities to College through Homeschooling

This is an audio interview with Jenny. Jenny began homeschooling her son, who has learning disabilities and anxiety, when he was in elementary school after public school proved to be a poor fit. Feel free to listen to the audio (be sure your speakers are on), read the transcript, or do both. I hope this [...]