Charlotte Jones shares incredible tips for time management for homeschooling parents of neurodivergent kids. Using her personal and professional experience, she covers the key aspects of time management and how to include self-care in your busy homeschooling life.
Meg Grooms, founder of Gameschooling Academy, explains what gameschooling is and why it’s a useful approach for homeschooling neurodivergent kids. She describes how to use games for teaching, developing skills, evaluation, and making learning fun.
Sarah uses her background in occupational therapy to explain all of the skills and development involved in your homeschooler’s handwriting. She provides tips and specific activities you can use to further your child’s handwriting skills.
Neta Shani reveals how we can use play to help our neurodivergent homeschoolers feel safer and more comfortable to share their thoughts and feelings.
Katie Keene gives expert advice for how to incorporate self-care into your homeschooling routine. She explains a few simple ways to practice self-care once the kids go to bed, and some ways to make sure you take care of yourself while homeschooling.
Denise Thomas shows us how to think about college as an option for our unique homeschoolers. She explains how to create a plan for our kids to receive scholarships to pay for college at any stage in their K - 12 education.
It may seem that homeschooling neurodivergent children has to be a struggle. Afsaneh explains where the resistance to learning comes from and a simple approach you can use to homeschool with more collaboration and connection.
Sam provides incredible tips and specific ways to include physical education and physical movement in your homeschooling routine. He explains how to approach physical activity for homeschoolers who need heavy work and for kids who are developing their gross motor skills at a slower pace, and some simple activities you can do with your unique learners.
Kristin provides a vital understanding of sensory processing and ways parents can support the sensory needs of their neurodivergent homeschoolers.
Tonya reveals what executive functioning really is and how to support neurodivergent homeschoolers with their executive functioning and organizational skills.
Going outside can feel like a chore when it’s cold out or an activity that needs to be planned, and only when the weather is nice. Kim explains everything you need to know about how movement relates to learning and simple approaches to incorporate outside movement into your busy homeschooling day.
Latonya opens up about what it means to take care of our mental wellness as homeschooling parents dealing with stress and overwhelm. She provides valuable strategies and tips for what parents can do in those moments when they aren’t able to control their emotions.
Jennifer shows us tips for taking the stress out of planning and preparing meals for our families. She provides expert advice for streamlining meals, including cooking for picky eaters.
Homeschooling neurodivergent kids can put a strain on our romantic relationships. Rach walks us through simple things we can do to build connection with our partner. She shows how partners can continue to support one another when there isn’t time or energy for date nights and alone time.
Lizz Quain explains how the dream of traveling the world while your homeschoolers learn can become a reality. Find out what worldschooling is all about and how to make it an option for your family.
So many homeschooling parents would like to earn additional income in a way that doesn’t interfere with learning time. Stacie lays out three key aspects to consider before deciding to start a business, or concluding that you can’t.
Sometimes our unique homeschoolers’ big emotions can make it difficult for them to learn and participate in activities. Danielle Bettmann talks about how to approach children when their feelings are too big for them to handle.
Emily Wagner explains why having an online store is a possibility for any homeschooling mom or child. With passion, creativity, and some basic tech support, you can create an online store and add income to your homeschooling family.
Mary Kirchgestner explores 5 different tips for communicating with non-verbal homeschoolers. She reveals what parents can do to foster meaningful communication and connection between parent and child.
Dawn shares what parents need to know about social anxiety in kids and what they can do to help when their kids feel anxious in new and uncomfortable social situations.
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