Pet Peeves?

I will readily admit that I’m not a pet person, and I’ve just assumed that ours would never be a pet-embracing household. Perhaps this mentality is a result of growing up on a farm, where animals were generally functional rather than decorative or recreational. As I have not lived on a farm since long before […]

Coffee and Chat with the Special Needs Consultants–Q & A Series Q: How do I communicate a learning difference to my child and our family?

Meet your HSLDA Special Needs Consultant: Kristy Horner is a homeschooling mama to her twins, Griffin and Gabriella. She lives in West Virginia and enjoys reading, participating in her local homeschool co-op, history, field trips, writing, and spending time with her family—including Jack, their King Charles Cavalier. Q: How can I better communicate my child’s […]

Coffee and Chat with the Special Needs Consultants–Q & A Series Q: How do I teach subjects to a child with global developmental delays?

Meet your HSLDA Special Needs/Early Childhood Specialist Consultant Krisa Winn. She is a homeschooling mom to two daughters. Krisa lives in Arkansas, where she enjoys gardening, watching old movies, and also loves to sing, play the piano, and leads worship at her church. Q: How do I teach reading, math, science, and other academic subjects […]

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