Children Who Learn Differently

Children Who Learn Differently - A 31 Day Series

Have you come to the realization that there are some children who learn differently and one of them lives in your house? Fairly early on in my parenting journey, I realized that my path was not going to be like the paths I saw other people walking. Each year as I learned more and more about my daughter, I realized that our life together was different. Not better, not worse, but simply different. This was evident in many ways, including how she learned best.

The past ten years have been a journey of seeking to understand her unique personality, learning style, strengths, weaknesses, and needs. In the process, I’ve learned so much! And I want to share that information with other parents who are also trying to understand their child.

In this series, we’re exploring the world of children who learn differently. The series includes a wide variety of posts from different angles, authors, and perspectives. Some posts are lengthy and meaty. Some are brief. Some are funny. Some are serious. Some reflect my Christian faith. Some focus on homeschooling. Some are for all families regardless of education approach. Some tackle different learning struggles. Some focus on personality issues. But all of them are about successfully parenting children who learn differently.

I hope you find much in this series that will encourage you on your parenting journey!

Enjoy!

Choosing a Homeschool Approach – Understand Your Child First!Choosing a Homeschool Approach – Understand Your Child First!Adjusting Expectations as the Parent of a Gifted ChildAdjusting Expectations as the Parent of a Gifted ChildRaising and Embracing Your Spirited ChildRaising and Embracing Your Spirited ChildThe Need for More Margin in Families with Gifted ChildrenThe Need for More Margin in Families with Gifted ChildrenWhen People Call Your Child Your IdolWhen People Call Your Child Your IdolMy Child Hates Busy Bags (and Other Gifted Child Realities)My Child Hates Busy Bags (and Other Gifted Child Realities)Gifted Children Who Don’t Fit Grade Level ParametersGifted Children Who Don’t Fit Grade Level ParametersParenting and Homeschooling as an IntrovertParenting and Homeschooling as an IntrovertIdentifying and Understanding the Red Zone with Your Spirited ChildIdentifying and Understanding the Red Zone with Your Spirited ChildGetting Spirited Children to Sleep and Related ChallengesGetting Spirited Children to Sleep and Related ChallengesLiving Simply with a Gifted ChildLiving Simply with a Gifted ChildRaising a Spirited Child and Feeling Like a Bad MotherRaising a Spirited Child and Feeling Like a Bad MotherGifted Children and TransitionsGifted Children and Transitions5 Tips for Homeschooling a Gifted Child5 Tips for Homeschooling a Gifted Child6 Reasons Why We Changed Our Mind and Stopped Spanking6 Reasons Why We Changed Our Mind and Stopped SpankingParenting, Personality and Learning DifferencesParenting, Personality and Learning DifferencesThe Joys of a Gifted ChildThe Joys of a Gifted ChildHow Understanding Personality Types Can Improve Your Parent-Child RelationshipsHow Understanding Personality Types Can Improve Your Parent-Child RelationshipsAdapting Curriculum to Fit Your Active Child’s NeedsAdapting Curriculum to Fit Your Active Child’s NeedsParenting an Introverted ChildParenting an Introverted ChildResources for Parents of Children Who Learn DifferentlyResources for Parents of Children Who Learn DifferentlyFrom Chaos to Computer Science – Homeschooling a Very ADHD SonFrom Chaos to Computer Science – Homeschooling a Very ADHD Son103 Ways to Learn from Experienced Homeschoolers103 Ways to Learn from Experienced HomeschoolersThe Gift of Asperger’sThe Gift of Asperger’sRelationship Homeschooling and Your Differently-Wired ChildRelationship Homeschooling and Your Differently-Wired ChildDealing with Perfectionism in Our ChildrenDealing with Perfectionism in Our ChildrenEncouragement for Parents of Differently-Wired ChildrenEncouragement for Parents of Differently-Wired ChildrenWords of Encouragement for ParentsWords of Encouragement for ParentsExperienced Parents of Differently-Wired Kids Share Their InsightsExperienced Parents of Differently-Wired Kids Share Their Insights

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