Tag Archives: Special Needs

Finishing Strong! Individual Student Strengths and Struggles (Free Checklist Download)

Today’s installment of the Finishing Strong! Series?is all about looking at a particular child’s strengths and struggles and using those to inform curriculum choices and plans for the next year. Strengths can make lessons easy – even too easy at … Continue reading

Posted in Elementary Education, homeschool convention, homeschooling, preschool educcation, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Special Needs: Speech and Reading

One of my first teaching jobs was as a reading remediation tutor for a local first grader. My student was a bright little boy who was clearly trying hard but who appeared to be unable to remember the sounds of … Continue reading

Posted in preschool educcation, Special Needs, Uncategorized | Tagged , | 1 Comment

A Mouse That Chews

For years I have been trying to get Mouse to keep things that aren’t food or drink out of her mouth. Not just her fingers, but pens and pencils, buttons on her dresses, any other part of her clothing she … Continue reading

Posted in Elementary Education, homeschooling, Life, Special Needs, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 2 Comments