There are so many things that can make your homeschool special from having a large family all the way over to have an only child. For some of us it can be chronic illness of a parent or grandparent to having a child with a chronic or debilatating disease. For most of us however when we see special homeschool our minds immediately jump to mental needs or learning needs. The reality is that every single home school is a special school and today we have a few families from the Homeschool Review Crew sharing some insights into their special homeschools.
Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares
- Homeschooling in a Crisis – Some thoughts on how to homeschool during a crisis.
Amy @ neededinthehome.com shares
- A Day In The Life Of A Mom of Seven Kids – It gives a schedule of a sample day including homeschooling in a large family.
Pam @ Simply Passionate shares
- Disconnected Kids, Struggling Learners & Brain Balance – Dealing with children who have a brain imbalance and working with them at home as opposed to at a center.
Diana @ Homeschool Review shares
- Homeschooling One – Nature Study – Homeschooling only one student can have its challenges. This post discusses doing Nature Study when your home school has only one student.
- Homeschooling One – “Socialization” – Sometimes when you have only one student you need to find a group with other kids for your student to develop friendships. Walk with me through my journey with my son.
- Homeschooling One – Art – When you are homeschooling one, art can get neglected. A lot of times it just doesn’t feel worth it to pull things out and let him make a mess. But hands-on art is not something you should neglect. Read about our journey.
Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break shares
- How Do You Focus on Your Student’s Unique Interests? – The challenge of tailoring a high school course of study to a student’s specific interests and goals, but still including all the required credits – how do you do it?