Jul 272014
Best Homeschool Curriculum for ADHD, Dyslexia, & LDs

Here’s a list of some of the best homeschool curriculum for ADHD, Dyslexia, and other LDs: Most kids will enjoy these programs as learning tools whether they have dyslexia or not! The best homeschool curriculum for ADHD is relative for every child. The BEST choice will depend on your child’s learning style. However, these programs are good choices for many kids with ADHD. To pick the best Homeschool Curriculum for ADHD, Dyslexia, & LDs for YOUR child, check the pages listed below. They give you a variety of options. Explore all of your options. Then pick the best solution for YOUR child. At the end […]

Jun 182014
Brain Gym Exercises Can Enhance Your Child's Learning

Does your child need Brain Gym exercises for left-brain, right-brain processing? You may find Brain Gym exercises to be a good way help your child overcome coordination difficulties in particular.  Using Brain Gym exercises for breaks during your school day can lead to better focus. That will also help your child learn better. Brain Gym is an effective and easy program to implement. The Brain Gym exercises are relatively easy. One exercise has your child make a large, sideways figure eight with his arm extended in front of his body.  Another exercise involves bending over, dangling the arms with clasped hands, and swinging the arms like […]

Feb 092014
Become A Better Teacher by Avoiding 3 Common Homeschooling Mistakes

Are You Making One of These Homeschooling Mistakes with Your Learning Abled Kid? Learn three common homeschooling mistakes and what you can do to avoid them. If you’re making one of these common homeschooling mistakes, you can help your child (and yourself) by changing how you handle your child’s education. Homeschooling Mistake #1 – Assuming your child is lazy, not trying hard enough, or purposefully dawdling When your child throws tantrums, says he hates school, and seems outright defiant about his schoolwork, it’s really easy to feel like your child is purposefully avoiding his work. When your child has learning […]

Aug 022013
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Aug 022013
Dyslexia and Foreign Language Learning Options for Your Child

If a child has dyslexia, then dyslexia and foreign language learning can seem like an impossibility!  Read on to learn tricks and tips for dyslexia and foreign language learning. First, let’s talk about foreign language selection, then we’ll discuss the best learning approach. We’ll also talk about which homeschooling curriculum works well for dyslexia and foreign language learning. Choosing the Right Foreign Language for a Child with Dyslexia: In all of my research, the two most highly recommended choices for dyslexia and foreign language learning are American Sign Language and Latin.  I would venture to guess, the same languages would […]

Aug 012013
Department of Education Websites : DOE for Each STATE

State department of education websites contain rules about homeschooling and special education. Whether you are advocating for your child or educating your child at home, your state’s department of education website can provide you with key information. Some states make it difficult to find information on their department of education websites, so you may have to go hunting. One trick I’ve learned when searching state DOE websites is to search for homeschool rather than “home school.” Many states refer to the school a child is districted to attend as the child’s “home school.”  If you don’t find any information for the […]

Aug 012013

by Girard Sagmiller I pray for the labeled child; That child who is gifted and talented. No longer can she be lazy and idle, So much more is expected Of those as gifted and talented as she. I pray for the labeled child; That child who is learning disabled. No longer will the world expect brilliance No longer will someone tell him to reach for the stars Because that is where greatness is found. I pray for the labeled child; That is dyslexic. Reading–oh, the joy of reading! Will always be hard for her to find. No matter that she […]

Aug 012013
Learning Abled Kids' Learning Disabilities Support Groups

 Our Facebook Support Group Our Yahoo! Support Group (support by email list) Our Learning Disabilities Support Groups goal is to provide POSITIVE, and helpful support to you if you are trying to overcome your child’s learning struggles through homeschooling, after-schooling, or on a tutorial basis. Our groups don’t help with special education, non-compliance issues in public schools. Simply put: If your child is in public school, you are not in control of your child’s education there. If you’re dealing with a public school, you’ll find helpful information in our Special Education Guidebook for Educationally Involved Parents of Children with LDs. Here’s […]

Aug 012013
Meet Your Learning Abled Kids Educational Success Coach

Sandy Cook is the founder of Learning Abled Kids. Sandy’s boys started out in public school. However, the school’s inability to effectively teach her son to read left Sandy and her husband feeling desperate for learning solutions. Sandy began seeking answers and solutions through research, training, and reading everything she could about the challenges her boys faced. She KNEW her boys were learning ABLED. When Sandy started homeschooling, she was in a graduate program to obtain a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design. Her Instructional Design background became a great blessing in the quest to help her sons overcome their learning challenges. It […]