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Having a child or children with special needs can be an overwhelming experience lets support one another. In a guilt free invironment.

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Started by pope.
Last replied by pope 09-17-2009

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Lisa @ School Family, 2010-05-03 17:29:50
Lisa @ School Family
Hi Pope- That's great you are going to be able to be home with the kids! One thing I am thinking of doing with my kids this summer is researching how to build a compost bin then building it with them. Here are some articles that might give you more ideas: http://www.schoolfamily.com/school-family-articles/article/10704-summer-fun-and-learning http://www.schoolfamily.com/school-family-articles/article/806-sneak-learning-into-summer-activities http://www.schoolfamily.com/school-family-articles/article/804-make-summer-count
 
pope, 2010-04-30 16:43:07
pope
with summer coming I will be home with tjhe kids and was wondering if anyone had some good suggestions for at home activities to pass the days; I am usually in school but this summer I have taken online classes in order to spend more time with the kids .
 
pope, 2009-10-01 21:10:42
pope
I understand I am new here too and a full time student so I really have to make time to check the group.
 
tavner, 2009-09-24 11:05:24
tavner
Pope, Boy do I know those tearful homework nights. And, yes, thank goodness for the IEP which does allow extra time, manipulatives, etc. I apologize I'm very new to this site and haven't taken the time to get on here regularly like I intended to. Life sometimes gets in the way :) I will try to be better at that.
 
pope, 2009-09-17 21:28:39
pope
Hi tavner; I understand the homework issue. Homework time in our house takes at least an hour and a half every night and sometimes I just have to send the teacher a note saying that my son just could not finish the work; we usually get all the work done by Friday and turn it in-- his IEP allows for that. Honestly sometimes we are both so frustrated that we are about in tears.
 
tavner, 2009-09-02 11:19:21
tavner
I have an 8-1/2 yr old daughter diagnosed with a rare chromosome disorder called Idic 15. This creates many learning disabilities for her. Some of the simplest tasks are very challenging for her. Homework is definitely hard for her ~ and me to try to help her understand.