When homeschooling sometimes kids can be very frustrating. I have had days where I have said the word focus so many times I think my head might spin. Sometimes this is because a child doesn’t want to do school work. Other times it could be a learning difficulty like dyslexia. However, sometimes it could be because your child has a sensory need that isn’t being met. Today I want to help you answer the question, “does my child have sensory issues?” I think that finding the answer to this will really help you find freedom and relieve some of the homeschool stress.
As we start to draw closer to the end of the school year there will start to be some great curriculum swaps going on. If you aren’t careful these swaps can get dangerous. Standing in a sea of discounted curriculum can cause you to want all the things. Seriously, you will find yourself in the car wondering how you ended up buying so much and where your money went. I want to share a few tips with you for saving at curriculum swaps.
Saving at Curriculum Swaps
If you have been around the blog for a while you know that R is dyslexic and dysgraphic. However, R is also an incredible reader. As I type this my nine year old is working her way through the Harry Potter books. This seems to stump a lot of people because she is dyslexic. I will say it didn’t come easy. A lot of hard work went into teaching her to read. If you have a dyslexic student that is struggling with reading I want to share how my dyslexic child became a strong reader.