Teaching Poetry to our children: the idea sounds picturesque, high society, serene and intimidating. The reality I have found is that it’s simple, fun and easy. Last year, we started including it because it was part of our curriculum from
Out of the Box Kids don’t fit the one size fits all box. They are a little extra, more intense. They play harder and ask more questions. They carry a special toy longer and hate change. Their Brains that are wired differently due to a disability or learning difference. These kids challenge their parents to seek out of the box parenting and solutions.
As I write this it is April, which is also World Autism Month. Autism is a part of our family. The challenging part about autism is the broad range of what it looks like in each person. When you meet
“No, a tortilla with only cheddar cheese and sour cream is not a good choice! Let’s add some taco meat to it.” “A fruit smoothie and an apple are not a good choice, let’s add a bagel” Everyday I find
I’m Cynthia, homeschooling mom of 3 Out-of-the-Box kids. Normal at our house includes 2 trampolines, 5 sizes of pencils and indoor and outdoor swings and a whole room full of LEGOs plus 7 years of homeschooling and counting.
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