Homeschooling isn’t for the faint of heart, and when you add in homeschooling a child with special needs, it takes a special kind of dedication. People will often ask you why in the world you would ever homeschool a child with special needs. You may hear that your children would be better off in school with teachers who are specially trained. Plus, since homeschooling isn’t the most common choice for special needs parents, it can be really hard to find tips and tricks to help you do it successfully.
That’s why today I decided to share with you some of my favorite posts about special needs homeschooling for you to save on Pinterest! Of course, you can and should read them all now, but I’m assuming that you’re as addicted to Pinterest as I am. So get ready to read and pin some great special needs homeschooling posts!
Special Needs Homeschooling Posts To Pin
How I Homeschool My Child With SPD From Jennifer A. Janes. In fact, Miss Jennifer was one of the very first bloggers I found on my journey of special needs homeschooling. Anything from her site is pretty much guaranteed to be amazing! (Click to Pin!)
I Can’t Homeschool Because My Child Has Special Needs A guest post from Katie on Finding Joy In The Journey. This post is part of a series that debunks common reasons that parents believe they can’t homeschool. It includes tons of reasons to homeschool your child with special needs from a mama that’s doing it. (Click to Pin!)
How to Choose Homeschool Curriculum for a Child With Special Needs From Homeschool Creations. Choosing homeschooling curriculum is always difficult, but when your child has special needs there are even more things to consider. This post walks you step by step through finding the perfect curriculum! (Click to Pin!)
Products for Homeschooling a Child With Autism From Penny at Meet Penny. This post outlines some different products that help make homeschooling a child with autism (or other special needs) more manageable and fun for you and your child. (Click to Pin!)
Homeschooling Children With Sensory Stuff From Year Round Homeschooling. This post has tons of tips and tricks for homeschooling children with extra sensory needs. Whether you’re facing autism, sensory processing disorder, ADHD or anxiety, these tips will help you and your students! (Click to Pin!)
Teaching Special Needs Children to Read From Betty at Peace Creek on the Prairie. Teaching our children to read is typically a homeschool mama’s first goal, and it can be really challenging with children with special needs. This post gives tons of tips and tricks that will help you to raise a reader! (Click to Pin!)
Homeschooling Goals for a Special Needs Preschooler From me here at This Outnumbered Mama! With A-Man we aren’t using a formal curriculum, we have just set some goals that we want to accomplish for this year. In this post I outline the goals we are working on. (Click to Pin!)
These posts will be a great start for moms just starting to homeschool their children with special needs or old pro’s! For even more great posts to pin, be sure to check out my special needs homeschooling Pinterest baord!
You can find more great homeschooling posts at the back to school link up with the iHomeschool Network!
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