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The Benefits of Home Educating a Disabled Child

The Benefits of Home Educating a Disabled Child

It is during periods my son is very sick that I find myself incredibly grateful that we’re home educating. I don’t have to dash off to work--frazzled and fretting. I don’t have to look for a replacement for the days where I absolutely can’t go in. I'm not rushing my...

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What You Don’t See in This Photo

What You Don’t See in This Photo

  This photo is a silhouette “selfie” of a mother and her son, standing strong by a railing, relishing their shadows. But, there’s a lot more to this photo that you don’t see. The boy in the silhouette is 7 years old and requires support to stand and walk. He arrived...

Pinterest is Not the Curriculum

Pinterest is Not the Curriculum

I absolutely love Pinterest. I love its visual element. I love that I can file inspirations into neat little categories. I love how it allows a community of potentially- isolated homeschoolers to share their ideas and knowledge. There has never been a time like this...

What You Don’t See in This Photo

What You Don’t See in This Photo

  This photo is a silhouette “selfie” of a mother and her son, standing strong by a railing, relishing their shadows. But, there’s a lot more to this photo that you don’t see. The boy in the silhouette is 7 years old and requires support to stand and walk. He arrived...

Pinterest is Not the Curriculum

Pinterest is Not the Curriculum

I absolutely love Pinterest. I love its visual element. I love that I can file inspirations into neat little categories. I love how it allows a community of potentially- isolated homeschoolers to share their ideas and knowledge. There has never been a time like this...