Provide Flexible Learning at Home for your Special Needs Child
Use this step-by-step program to set up a learning environment with activities geared toward your child's needs. Use your child's current IEP or design your own program based on your priorities.
Nobody wants this kind of disruption in their lives but here it is. The good news is you don't have to reproduce school at home to help your child during this time. You can pick a few choice activities each day and teach your child amazing things.
Take a look at what you will learn:
How to set up your school space
How to create a workable schedule of only a few hours a day
What to teach
How to keep track of resources
A system for organizing your teaching materials
Why neurological organization is key to your child's success
And teaching tips galore!
Created specifically for this sudden shutdown of local school systems for those in special education, this ebook explains everything you need to know to get set up and start teaching. Fast.
Printables are provided for each step of the journey with samples so you know what to do.
This book was written with love and care by a mom of five including a special needs child whose family has done homeschool, private school and public school. With her daughter currently in public school, she too has been affected by this.
She was able to make the switch fairly easily, drawing on her years of homeschooling experience. She'd like to share her system with you so you can keep working with your child for as long as this crisis lasts. When you sign up for the ebook, you will get even more resources and advanced teaching tips including how to adapt the resources and actvities to fit your child.
Join the school at home adventure and watch your child thrive!
About the Author: Stephanie Buckwalter is married to Kurt and has four boys and a special needs daughter. Her kids have done a mix of homeschool, private school and public school. She has taught online and in-person classes.
As a writer for over 25 years, she’s written a little of everything from encyclopedia articles (someone has to write them) to stories for the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series.
She has written six books for the school library market and a book on apraxia. You can find her in real life at home with family, outdoors appreciating nature, or online at Art of Special Needs Parenting, a blog for parents of special needs children.