Literacy Musing Mondays

Questioning My Decision :: #LMMLinkup

November 28

So you may be wondering what decision I am questioning. Well I have never been very confident with decisions I am responsible for. This one pertains to my youngest child. Read on to find out what it is…


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Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!

The Best Learning Toys and STEM Toys

By at HomeSchool Base

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If you are looking for ideas for gifts that encourage learning and STEM skills this post is for you. This post is researched and thorough discussing the value of STEM toys that foster a love for exploratory learning. It features fun games, crafty toys, and building toys. If you are looking for unique Christmas ideas, I recommend you check out this informative post.

My Favorite Post of the Week
100 Reasons to Homeschool a Child with ADHD

 

Favorite #LMMLinkup: 100 Reasons to Homeschool a Child with ADHD
 

This post couldn’t have come at a better time. I am about to take the plunge of homeschooling. My son is a preschooler. While he isn’t ADHD, he has apraxia (speech delay) and sensory processing disorder. Being a special needs child makes our lives more challenging. Hearing that another momma has 100 reasons to homeschool has me not regretting my decision. Thanks so much, Shelly!


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1 Comment

  • Reply
    Mother of 3
    November 28 at 2:30 pm

    Good luck if you decide to take the plunge. We’re in our 4th year of homeschooling and I just love it! It’s not always easy, of course, but I wouldn’t trade these years, memories and time with my kids for anything. Plus I think they have easily taught me as much as I have taught them.
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