Do you have a child who struggles with reading? If you feel like it might be “more than just dyslexia” you could be right. Irlen Syndrome is a condition that affects reading, writing, and sensory processing. It is suspected that 50% of students diagnosed with dyslexia have Irlen Syndrome.
Do you have a child who struggles with reading? Has every reading program seemed to just not work? Does it seem like something more than Dyslexia? It may be Irlen Syndrome.
So, many of us won’t be doing our usual Halloween parties and Trick or Treating this year. However, that doesn’t mean that the holiday is canceled. It just means we need to find different ways to enjoy it.
This week, we launched our newest Five Senses Literature Lessons program, King Arthur and the Middle Ages. This program was a lot of fun to write and do with my kids. I wanted to tell you a bit about it and the books we used. So I put together this video. Take a look!
Hear ye, Hear ye! Our newest Green level program: King Arthur and the Middle Ages! This is a classic story that comes up in literature and pop culture in many different ways. We chose a book that tells all the famous stories of King Arthur and bundled it with great hands-on activities and discussion topics.
Are you new to homeschooling? Or maybe you are just exploring your options for homeschooling and you came across the words “unit study” and wondered what that was. Let me give you an explanation.
Every fall, we love getting to see pictures of our new users doing the apple unit in Wonderful World.
For those of you that are a few weeks into your homeschool journey this year, I want to share a thought a friend of mine told me a few years ago.
Do you need a few ideas for working on your child’s fine motor control? After all, fine motor control is what lets kids learn to write, draw, and button their clothes! There are many things you can find around the house or pick up for just a few dollars to work on these critical skills.