Are you starting your homeschooling journey this year? Then here are 20+ ready-made resources you can use to start homeschooling your struggling learner with confidence today.
Ease into homeschooling by following these 9 easy steps.
Free download and step-by-step instructions for writing a homeschool IEP.
A checklist to ensure you know the essentials about homeschooling a struggling student through high school.
Learn from professional therapists on how to provide at-home therapy for your student by using this curated list of free online resources.
How to create routines so your homeschool student becomes a more independent learner.
4 examples for motivating students to learn by adding fun to their homeschooling lessons.
Apply positive learning motivators into your homeschool setting.
Strategies for homeschooling a student who struggles with anxiety or sensory issues.
Learn how to plan for independent learning times during your homeschool day by using workboxes for your students.
30 free online assessment tools parents can use to evaluate various types of learning struggles.
Gain an understanding of the skills, stages, and ways you can support your student’s learning growth through play.
3 simple examples of how to organize your homeschool assignments, schedule, and work spaces.
Use these activities to add some fun and seasonal flair to your homeschool.
6 steps that break down the basics of homeschooling kindergarten when you don’t know where to start.
Use these lists and resources to evaluate your student’s readiness for first grade homeschooling materials.
Make learning active for your wiggly kids by using these suggested activities.
Learn how to DIY occupational therapy at home to help your students reach their therapy goals.
7 strategies parents can use when homeschooling an active child.
Use one of these free unit studies to teach your hands-on learner.
Homeschool success doesn’t happen overnight, but it happens when you follow these 5 simple steps.
We all ask ourselves this question, and here is the answer you need to be reminded of as you homeschool your struggling learner.
Understand the meanings and homeschool applications for the most commonly used special needs acronyms.
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