5 Books I Re-Read Every Year – motherhood, homeschooling and learning differences

This year is very different for my family. My sons' close group of friends, the ones who have homeschooled alongside us for five years, are all making the transition to public and private schools. I am happy for them and thankfully, they are all doing very well in their new schools. I love these kids fiercely. It's exciting to see them growing up so well....Read More
Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading - language arts, learning differences, dyslexia

Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading

I re-read my boys' psycho-educational evaluations last week. I wanted to remind myself, as I planned for the new school year, of how vast the asynchrony is in how they learn. Honestly, it's easy to overlook the really off the charts categories. Like my youngest who, at eleven years old, can barely read at a second-grade level, but whose vocabulary and comprehension scores are...Read More