Preparing for the Year Ahead Contributors: Kay Orr, Kristi Keating, Paul Terrell, Donna Schillinger I love the beginning of the school year, don’t you? It feels like spring in the fall, it’s a time when [...]
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Flash cards tap into one of the best ways humans learn. Flexible, multi-sensory and free… Here’s why you should be using flashcards in your homeschool.
THSC is committed to the homeschooling success of families with special needs. That’s why we have developed a number of special education support resources especially for your family!
How do I teach the five basic homeschool subjects required in Texas when my child has a special learning need?
Learning survival skills is a great way to take your homeschool outdoors and add an element of excitement to skills that are truly practical, like knot tying. And who knows, but someday they might even save a life!
Okay … let’s take a couple of steps back; this doesn’t need to get ugly; both homeschooling and public school have their pros and cons. One of the great things about America is the freedom to choose from a variety of educational choices.
Homeschooling any student comes with its own set of challenges, and special needs students are no exception. However, homeschooling can benefit a special needs student like nothing else can.
Regardless of musical talent or background, any homeschool parent can incorporate music appreciation into home education.