At Home Learning With Out of the Box Kids

One thing is certain: if you are homeschooling a child with special needs, there is no magic curriculum that will perfectly fit your child.  Our homeschool includes multiple learning disabilities, Autism, ADHD, and giftedness to name a few of our challenges.  My children are above and below grade level in different subjects and it is … Read more

Reading Kingdom & ASD Reading Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Reading Kingdom. According to the Department of Education: 2 out of 3 children fail to become proficient readers! Reading Kingdom is a reading and writing system developed by Dr. Marion Blank, a world renowned expert on literacy, also the Director of Light on Learning Institute at Columbia University. Reading … Read more

PRIDE Reading Program Level Kit Reviews

This article is in collaboration with PRIDE Reading Program. Teaching your children to read is an important milestone when homeschooling. But, learning to read doesn’t always come easily. If you have a struggling reader or a non-reader, the PRIDE Reading Program can help. This easy to use, structured literacy curriculum uses the effective Orton-Gillingham method. … Read more

Soundsory Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Sound for Life. Learning can be difficult and even more so for a child who has ADD or ADHD, Autism spectrum and developmental issues, sensory and auditory processing disorders, motor delays, or balance and coordination issues. The Homeschool Review Crew has been reviewing Soundsory from Sound for Life Ltd, … Read more

Weaving Work at Home and Homeschool Together {Not Back to School Blog Hop 2019}

Homeschooling is a full-time job.  It can be challenging to balance all the responsibilities of being your children’s teacher with the realities that your family needs to eat, may prefer to wear clean clothing, and all the other household and pet chores that are part of life. Now, throw in, “earns a paycheck of some … Read more

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