The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling a Right Brained Child

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling a Right-Brained Child 2

Congratulations! You have a right-brained child! You have one of those wonderfully creative children who learns differently and looks at the world differently. If you are a right-brained person, then you already have some idea of what life is like for your child. If you are left-brained, you may feel completely bewildered about what to do with this little person who doesn’t want to do anything the way you think it should be done!

My own Caroline is right-brained. After making it through the high-need baby stage and realizing she is a highly-sensitive and spirited child when she was a toddler, the right-brained discovery was rather anti-climatic. We’ve become accustomed to having to think outside the box with her. Homeschooling a right-brained child is just the next step!

I’ve compiled below what I hope you will find to be The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling a Right-brained Child. I’ve spent hours doing research to put all of this information in one place. I hope you will find it helpful and you will find many resources that will assist you in your homeschooling and parenting journey. If you know of any good resources I’ve missed, please feel free to let me know about them in the comments!

Please note that the inclusion of a book or link below is not an endorsement of all of its content or the content of the site on which it is located.

Books About Right Brained Children

THE RIGHT SIDE OF NORMAL: Understanding and Honoring the Natural Learning Path for Right-Brained ChildrenTHE RIGHT SIDE OF NORMAL: Understanding and Honoring the Natural Learning Path for Right-Brained ChildrenRight-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World: Unlocking the Potential of Your ADD ChildRight-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World: Unlocking the Potential of Your ADD ChildRight Brain Education: Changing the World, One Heart at at TimeRight Brain Education: Changing the World, One Heart at at TimeA Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the FutureA Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the FutureUnicorns Are Real: A Right-Brained Approach to Learning (Creative Parenting/Creative Teaching Series)Unicorns Are Real: A Right-Brained Approach to Learning (Creative Parenting/Creative Teaching Series)Right Brain KidsRight Brain KidsUpside-Down Brilliance: The Visual-Spatial LearnerUpside-Down Brilliance: The Visual-Spatial LearnerVisual-Spatial LearnersVisual-Spatial LearnersPicture It!: Teaching Visual-Spatial Learners (Volume 1)Picture It!: Teaching Visual-Spatial Learners (Volume 1)Visual Leap: A Step-by-Step Guide to Visual Learning for Teachers and StudentsVisual Leap: A Step-by-Step Guide to Visual Learning for Teachers and StudentsRaising Topsy-Turvy Kids: Successfully Parenting Your Visual-Spatial ChildRaising Topsy-Turvy Kids: Successfully Parenting Your Visual-Spatial Child

My Posts About Homeschooling My Right Brained Daughter

Many of these do not explicitly discuss being right brained, but it factors into all of these posts.

Homeschool Curriculum for a Right-brained, Spirited ChildHomeschool Curriculum for a Right-brained, Spirited ChildHomeschooling Curriculum for Gifted/2e Visual-Spatial LearnersHomeschooling Curriculum for Gifted/2e Visual-Spatial Learners10 Great Amazon Purchases for Our Creative Homeschooled Girl10 Great Amazon Purchases for Our Creative Homeschooled GirlRelaxed Homeschooling Curriculum for a Creative Gifted ChildRelaxed Homeschooling Curriculum for a Creative Gifted ChildOur Family’s Experience with MinecraftOur Family’s Experience with MinecraftShould elementary students formally study mathematics?Should elementary students formally study mathematics?Why I homeschool in the afternoon and not the morningWhy I homeschool in the afternoon and not the morningRelaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary Years – A How To SeriesRelaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary Years – A How To SeriesHow I Teach Science – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary YearsHow I Teach Science – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary YearsHow I Teach Math – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary YearsHow I Teach Math – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary YearsHow I Teach Language Arts – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary Years SeriesHow I Teach Language Arts – Relaxed Homeschooling in the Early Elementary Years SeriesA Sample Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule for a Creative, Dreamer ChildA Sample Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule for a Creative, Dreamer ChildMust Have Items for Homeschooling a Creative GirlMust Have Items for Homeschooling a Creative GirlMy Child Hates PhonicsMy Child Hates PhonicsDiscovering Your Child is Gifted – Does it matter?Discovering Your Child is Gifted – Does it matter?The Gift of Creativity and Beauty in Our HomeschoolThe Gift of Creativity and Beauty in Our HomeschoolAre you choosing the wrong learning materials for your child?Are you choosing the wrong learning materials for your child?

Right Brain Learning Products by Dianne Craft

Dianne Craft works extensively with right brained children and has developed many learning products to help them and their parents. Here are some of them.

Dianne Craft Reading PackageDianne Craft Reading PackageSmart Kids Who Hate to Write by Dianne Craft MA, CNHPSmart Kids Who Hate to Write by Dianne Craft MA, CNHPThe Foundational PackageThe Foundational PackageRight Brain Phonics Reading BookRight Brain Phonics Reading BookRight Brain Multiplication CardsRight Brain Multiplication CardsBrain Integration Manual (2013 Edition)Brain Integration Manual (2013 Edition)

Right Brain Characteristics

Your Child Might Be Right-Brained If … from The Right Side of Normal

Is Your Child Right-Brain Oriented? from The Homeschool Mom

An Introduction to the Creative, Right-Brained Learner from Apple Stars

Why We Need to Value Students’ Spatial Creativity from KQED

The Gender Factor from The Right Side of Normal

 

General Teaching and Curriculum for the Right Brained Child

Teaching Your Right Brain Child from Child Diagnostics

Right-Brain Learners from The Homeschool Mom

Left Brain vs Right Brain in the Classroom from Scholastic

Your Puzzling Gifted Child from Child Diagnostics

Right Brain Learning from Funderstanding

 

Reading, Writing and Spelling for the Right Brained Child

Right Brain Writing from Child Diagnostics

Typical Right-Brained Reading Traits from Apple Stars

Reading for Right-Brained Learners from Home EDucators Resource Directory

Right-Brained Reading from The Homeschool Mom

Teaching Your Right Brained Child by Dianne Craft at HSLDA

 

Math for the Right Brained Child

Right Brain Math from Child Diagnostics

Right Brain Math Strategies from Child Diagnostics

The Making of a Wizard and the Crafty Side of Math from Blog, She Wrote

More Right-Brained Math Ideas from The Homeschool Mom

Right Brain Math Workbooks

Right-Brained Addition & SubtractionRight-Brained Addition & SubtractionRight-Brained Multiplication & Division, a Forget Memorization BookRight-Brained Multiplication & Division, a Forget Memorization BookRight-Brained Place ValueRight-Brained Place ValueRight Brain Math: A Fun, Easy, Visual Approach to MathRight Brain Math: A Fun, Easy, Visual Approach to MathTimes Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture Method of Learning the Multiplication FactsTimes Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture Method of Learning the Multiplication Facts

Other Bloggers with Right Brained Children

Marianne at Abundant Life

Ticia at Adventures in Mommydom

Heather at Blog, She Wrote

Michelle at The Holistic Homeschooler

Tricia at Hodgepodge

Chellie at The Planted Trees

 

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