Meeting Your Child’s Learning Needs

Every child has a unique set of learning needs, whether they are gifted, have learning disabilities or behaviour challenges, or just because they learn best by seeing, hearing, or doing. Our challenge (and benefit) as homeschooling parents is to find a way to meet their learning needs. This month, the Canadian Homeschool Blogging Team shares their insights into how they each meet the needs of their children.

Bonnie – Why My 5-year-old Skipped Kindergarten

I thought I wasn’t making a big issue out of the fact that Lily, who won’t turn 6 until May, is doing Grade 1 this year. Yet she heard me mention it once or twice and now she doesn’t mind sharing that fact. A lot of thought went into that decision. Here’s how I assessed my second daughter’s skills and decided what grade level she was ready to do this year.

Annette – Looking Back Teaches Me

Why do they work? My lad is able to use technology.. aka.. the computer to do his math learning, without colourful figures or poorly executed drawings impeding his learning methods.

Kimberly – Homeschooling Your Child with Special Needs

Are you considering homeschooling your child with special needs? Many parents choose to homeschool their children with various special needs such as autism, ADHD, Downs Syndrome, giftedness, diabetes, and deafness.

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