As a special needs parent, you may have heard of “getting an IEP”, and may have wondered how it relates to you. An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is an official document compiled by a school for a special needs student.
We are quickly approaching the halfway point in our “American History” year, so I thought I would review what changes we have made from our original plans for the year. We planned to try some new things this year and
I still celebrate every time I watch Cub writing somewhere. Each time, I remember the extra effort we both put in to get him there. I am proud when I see a new sign on his door he wrote, because
We have homeschooled in part for Cub to have a positive sensory environment so he can focus on learning and not on his senses being overloaded in a traditional classroom. We also make an effort to participate in learning opportunities in
It can be a challenge when a child has skills that aren’t where they should be for their age. We have been unable to used certain all-in-one curriculum because my son’s fine motor and writing skills were not where the