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College life requires much more student responsibility than high school where parents are more closely involved. Learn some of the ways you can prepare your dyslexic (or not) student for their college experience.   #dyslexia  
There are some significant differences between high school and college that your dyslexic student will benefit from learning about now.
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How to prepare your student with dyslexia to manage the typical college course load of 200+ pages of reading each week. #dyslexia
This post will attempt to show you how to prepare for college level reading in advance by knowing what is expected and working towards that end.
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Teaching kids with dyslexia is so much more than teaching them to read.  Dyslexia can also affect spelling, handwriting, organization and attention.  Get educated so you can educate your child!   #homeschool   #dyslexia  
The blog has been a bit quiet around here because (besides homeschooling 6 kids) I've been working hard on launching not one, but two new courses for you!
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Has your struggling reader been diagnosed with one of these labels?  It could be dyslexia in disguise!   #dyslexia  
What dyslexia is called depends upon the type of specialist who did the testing, and their understanding and knowledge of dyslexia.
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The many myths surrounding dyslexia can cause a lot of damage.  Learn 5 things that WON'T help your child with dyslexia.  Get educated so you can educate your kids!   #homeschool   #dyslexia   
If you are reading this post, you are probably like most parents of dyslexic kids and earnestly seeking a way to help your child overcome their learning struggles.  You’ve come to the right place because I am all about education here.  After wasting years trying programs and treatments that didn’t work, I started this site …
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I'm always on the lookout for engaging ways to help my kids master their math skills.  We recently discovered and loved the free online math practice from +www.iPracticeMath.com  #homeschool #math
I am always on the look out for fun ways to help our kids to learn about math and practice their math facts in a way that is engaging and meaningful.
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Dyslexic students should be well familiar with the kinds of technology that they need before their first college class.  Here are some of the best technologies for college success.   #dyslexia  
As with study skills and self-advocacy skills, the use of compensatory technology should be mastered as much as possible before the first college assignment for a smoother transition.
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This list was developed from a survey of successful, dyslexic college students.  The skills that they attributed to their success are all things we can teach them in high school.   #dyslexia  
If college is something that your child is serious about pursuing, developing these skills can be a part of your high school curriculum.
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Many parents are overwhelmed at the idea of homeschooling their kids with dyslexia.  Here are 10 good reasons why homeschooling may be just the solution you've been looking for!   #homeschool   #dyslexia  
  With a site entirely dedicated to homeschooling kids with dyslexia, you probably figured that I must believe pretty strongly in homeschooling dyslexic kids.  However, if you still need convincing, here are my top 10 reasons why I believe that you should homeschool your kids with dyslexia. Benefits to Homeschooling a Child With Dyslexia There …
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One of the many myths about dyslexia is that people who have it lack intelligence.  This is absolutely NOT true!  People with dyslexia learn differently.  Here's how.  #dyslexia #homeschool
When kids with dyslexia are taught with the right methods, they learn and thrive!
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In 23 years, my marriage has never been stronger.  Learn the simple change that has made all the difference in my marriage.  #marriage #valentinesday
Today I am sharing a simple secret that has transformed the health and strength of my marriage.
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Who knew that learning the elements of the periodic table could be SO fun!  +Hero Factor Games  #homeschool   #chemistry  
I received a free download of the Atomidoodle app from Hero Factor Games for review purposes and was compensated financially for my time.  All opinions expressed in this post are my own and I was not required to post a positive review of the product. Overcoming Learning Challenges If you’ve been around this site for long, …
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Homeschool. Dyslexia advocate. Large Family.
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Homeschool mom of 8 with a passion for dyslexia advocacy and education.