Monthly Archives: February 2013

Can Learning Disabilities Be Mitigated?

Published with Permission Written by Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP On a sunny morning, twin 5-year-olds were practicing writing their names. Cara wrote her name on the paper and proudly showed it to me. John also wrote his name … Continue reading

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Our Ever-Evolving Home School

Published with Permission By Julie Cerdas   After reading The Dan Riley School for a Girl as a college student, I knew I wanted to home school any future kids. Of course I was single at the time, … Continue reading

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10 Secrets to Surviving the Long Haul of Homeschooling

Published with Permission by Denise Mira It’s February. The leftover frozen Christmas cookies have been consumed, the unwanted gifts have (finally!) been exchanged, that protracted euphoric sense of holiday freedom lingering through December and January has ended, and … Continue reading

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