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30+ Active Learning Ideas

  By Amy Vickrey Many parents, like myself, are choosing to homeschool because our kids don’t fit the profile of a “typical” student.  Especially when your child has Autism or...


DIY Occupational Therapy Tips

By Dawn Spence We have been blessed to have a wonderful Occupational Therapist that comes to our home to work with our daughter. Occupational Therapy (OT) can be a valuable...


How to Write IEP Goals and Objectives

By Amy Vickrey, MSE The first post in this series on writing an IEP covered the things you should do before you start. Once you have followed the four steps...




How to Accommodate and Modify Your Math Curriculum

By Dawn Spence This is the second article in my series on accommodations and modifications. In my first article, I explained the differences between accommodations and modifications.  But, now I...


Embracing Schooling “Outside the Box”

By Jennifer Cullimore I talk to many parents who are interested in homeschooling, but they don’t know where to begin.  Many of these parents have kiddos with significant intellectual, behavioral,...


Using a Light Table to Inspire Learning

By Dawn Spence Whether your child may have Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder or any other issues that may create a learning delay, a light table can be a useful tool...