Mental Fatigue for your homeschooler

Beating Mental Fatigue in your homeschool

Have you heard of mental fatigue before?  It’s a real thing.  Mark Zuckerberg supposedly only wears one type of outfit to avoid such a thing.  While that may sound bizarre and cause you to doubt its legitimacy, it’s not a joke.
So now you are homeschooling, but your kid is having a rough time sitting and focusing on his work?  Enter the tears, pleading, and fits.  Last year we faced this big time…  For a child with ADHD or Autism, mental fatigue is very very real.

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Friday Freebie: Making Faces

Making Faces sample worksheets

Today’s Friday Freebie is a sample version of my newest 35-page printable packet Making Faces.  Making faces is a printable set of worksheets whose aim is to help children manage and identify emotions in themselves and in others.

 

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The Best Homeschool Conference with Zero Travel

Looking for a Homeschool Conference without the hassle?

This is the homeschool conference for you then! I’ve always wanted to attend a homeschool conference, and still do, but between military schedules, childcare, and travel expenses, it’s not a reality for me right now.  There aren’t any conferences relatively close to me, let alone in my budget.  So do we just miss out then?  Nope!  There’s a perfect solution to the homeschool conference problem and I’m sharing that with you today!

Why do you need a homeschool convention?

If you’re like me, you don’t know everything in the world about homeschooling.  You’re still learning new tricks every day.  Sure, I know a heck of a lot more than when I started, and I share all of that with you here in the blog, but there is always more to learn.  That’s where a homeschool convention comes in.

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The Special Needs bundle you CANNOT afford to miss!

Guess what is the number 1 seller this year at BYB2018?

Technically, it’s the mystery bundle. That tells me you are curious folks!  However, of the bundles into which people can look  BEFORE they buy, guess which of THOSE bundles are number 1?… the Special Needs Bundle!

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Using an iPad for special needs

An iPad for special needs homeschooling

Are you looking for ways to use an iPad for special needs you have in your homeschool?  Perhaps you don’t know how to keep them in the right app or how to prevent them from accessing things they shouldn’t?  Hang in there a minute, I’ve got a tutorial to help you out.

But first, here’s a way to help your struggling readers use an iPad more independently.  I’m sure there are some of us who know how to use the speech feature on an iPad for special needs, but in case you don’t, I’ll walk you through right now!

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