If you have a child who struggles with school work, then teaching that child can become overwhelming at times. If your child struggles to read, to remember steps of math problems, or can't spell the simplest of words, then you may feel like you are beating your head up against the wall day in and day out. Whether your child is dyslexic, has attention issues, or is just a late bloomer, homeschooling moms often feel like they are either not doing enough or not doing things the right way. It's ok! Your child is ok, and you are ok! Dyslexia is not a deficiency; it is a gift (even though it may not feel like it at times). Kids with dyslexia learn differently, so they need to be taught differently. Join Carrie for this special summertime podcast as she shares her homeschooling journey with her youngest child, who just so happens to be dyslexic. In this episode, Carrie shares some of the struggles, challenges, triumphs, teaching strategies, and miracles. Pour yourself a cup coffee with an extra shot. The caffeine will help you keep up.
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