Home schooling a child with specific learning disabilities requires a lot of diligence, information, and resources. Since there more to homeschooling than figuring out how to overcome learning disabilities, I’m listing other homeschool websites for you too.
Listed below are some great homeschool websites which can provide information on meeting other needs of your child.
Probably the Grandmother of all homeschool websites, geared towards home schooling any child, with any need, through any belief system, etc. is **Ann Zeise’s A to Z Homeschooling site. I think Ann has collected every link known to the homeschooling community, so hers is likely the biggest and most visited homeschool website out there.
If you would like some really **Reliable Answers about almost any aspect of home schooling, Annette Hall has assembled an extensive list of resources and answers at her homeschool website, Reliable Answers. As a veteran homeschool mom, Annette is knowledgeable about a wide variety of homeschool topics and is a great resource, particularly for those just getting started with home schooling.
Homeschooling’s #1 Way to Save – **The Homeschool Buyer Co-op is a free homeschooling organization for both new and veteran homeschoolers. Co-op membership is free and confidential, and entitles homeschooling families to discounts from over a hundred educational suppliers. They also sponsor “Group Buys” for curriculum packages that save homeschooling families lots of money. On the site you’ll find lots of free information, such as databases of free curriculum, field trips, and educational contests. Highly recommended. Visit the Co-op for more information.
The **Homeschool Diner offers a full menu of articles, curriculum ideas, and links to online resources. You’ll also find helpful suggestions, friendly advice, and a little homeschool humor, on the side. I really love the warm, friendly atmosphere of the Homeschool Diner. It’s one of my favorite homeschool websites!
**Homeschool Central recognizes that homeschool families have special needs children too. In fact home schooling is well suited to children with special needs. This homeschool website has links that address a variety of special needs. They also have a wide variety of resources necessary to be a successful homeschool family.
**UK Home Educators are a home education support group, offering information, resources, links, mailing list and support. UK Home Educators is aimed primarily at the UK HE community, but international visitors will find valuable HE content info on this homeschool website as well.
For topical studies, or creating your own unit studies, a great place to begin is **The home schooling Mom’s Topical Pages. There are links to resources for everything from Africa to Weather. The home schooling Mom also provides extensive resource links for other aspects of home schooling as well, so you will want to check out this homeschool website.