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Special Needs Question about High School

Special Needs Question about High School
Did you know that not all homeschoolers score in the 80th percentile or above?  It's true!  There are many homeschoolers who struggle with some subjects - or ALL subjects.  The most important thing is that you take what God has given your child and work with the reality of the situation.  Teach them at their level in each subject, and they will receive the best possible education.  In this note from Angela, you can see how...
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Guest — learning
Good info. Lucky me I found your site by chance (stumbleupon). I have bookmarked it for later!
Sunday, 26 January 2014 17:29
Guest — Mary
A hearty YES to Janet's entry above. Trying different curricula in hopes of finding one that "works" with a struggling learner is ... Read More
Saturday, 04 June 2011 17:57
Guest — Janet
Before spending a huge amount of money on curricula, you should really invest in getting a detailed diagnosis. Schools do not dia... Read More
Saturday, 28 May 2011 10:13
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Homeschool or "School at Home"?

Homeschool or "School at Home"?
Alpha Omega and Lifepacs are what I call "school at home" programs. If your students don't do well in a formalized school setting, I would avoid anything that LOOKS like school. I don't think school at home and textbook programs will be too helpful for such students. I do sometimes recommend those programs, but usually for people who have been homeschooling awhile and need a break from the hands-on part of homeschooling. If you are coming...
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Guest — karen
Around the world in 80 days looks like a great book. I will have to check it out.
Thursday, 18 February 2010 15:05
Guest — Lee
Excellent point, Joelle! You can use a workbook as a spine the same way you use textbooks. I have to admit that my kids loved ... Read More
Saturday, 21 June 2008 11:58
Guest — J W
Hi there! There's another way to use "workbooky" curriculae such as Alpha Omega. You can use it as a skeleton. That's what I pl... Read More
Friday, 20 June 2008 19:47
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