While we did not stop lessons entirely, the last week and a half or so has been very light for us. It started with computer issues for me. The laptop I’ve had for about 4 years was beginning to die, and the problems I was having made it essentially unusable. I needed a new one. … Continue reading Life got in the way
I’m going to get a bit more personal today than I usually do. I’ve been divorced for over a decade, and in that time, my ex has chosen to not see my kids, and to not pay the child support the court has ordered him to pay. As a result of this, we end up … Continue reading Don’t beat yourself up
As a homeschooling parent, you know how busy life can be. Planning, prepping, teaching, grading, field trips, park days, co-ops, group meetings – and that’s just for homeschooling. Throw in being a single parent responsible for all the cooking, cleaning, discipline, rewards, and everything else, add a child or two with ADHD, and top it … Continue reading Adjusting priorities
Depending on your situation, there’s a lot of things that may have happened with your ADHD child in school. There may have been pressure from the school to medicate him. There may have been threats of suspension or special education classes, or even failing a grade. You may have had countless meetings with teachers over … Continue reading Why is homeschooling your ADHD child a good idea?
The list of what Wikipedia can’t tell you about ADHD homeschooling is lengthy. Of course, that’s because Wikipedia doesn’t even have a page about ADHD homeschooling. Even if it did, there’s a few things that probably wouldn’t be included. View image | gettyimages.com Here’s what I think the nonexistent Wikipedia page about ADHD homeschooling wouldn’t … Continue reading What Wikipedia can’t tell you about ADHD homeschooling