Homeschooling Kids with Adhd- How to Keep Their Attention

Are you homeschooling a kiddo with ADHD and struggling to keep their attention?

Then you realize how tough it can be. Trying to keep their attention while making sure they’re learning to their full potential is incredibly challenging, to say the least. Personally, as a homeschool mom to a son with ADHD, I feel like I’m constantly trying to keep him on task, keep his attention towards his homeschooling, and the list seems like a million miles long! I mean how many times do I have to tell him that he needs to get his work done before the end of the day? Am I talking to a brick wall?

Over the years, I’ve discovered quite a few things that help when it comes to homeschooling and boy it makes a huge difference! Here are some things that have been lifesavers to keep attention when homeschooling an ADHD child.

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Overcome Obstacles: Using Nature Studies with Special Needs

A Complete Guide to Nature Studies for Children with Special Needs

Being in nature, doing nature studies and nature journaling are three of my favorite things to do in our homeschool.  But as a special needs family, we also face some obstacles.

I have found that over the years, being in nature does not come as naturally to all as it does to us. I have also learned that there are many excuses for not making the time to be in nature. But sometimes they are not just excuses.

Sometimes we face a legitimate obstacle that we feel we cannot overcome.  One of my twins has cerebral palsy. When she was little she used a walker to aid with walking and now she uses a wheelchair full time.

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