Tag: Homeschooling


No Child Left Behind: Making Sure No-One Is Left Behind In The Classroom Education

Making Sure No-One Is Left Behind In The Classroom Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature no child left behind in this guest post. While many of the recommendations below are great for select children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. With the passing of the No Child Left Behind law, we’re all becoming a lot...

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Sensory Routine: Back to School Nightly Routine to Help Sensory Kids Sensory

Sensory Routine: Back To School Nightly Routine to Help Sensory Kids This article provides helpful sensory routine information for sensory children that need special back to school routines to help them better in school. Affiliate links included for your convenience. I’ve done it enough times, I know I’m not alone. Back to school time occasionally creeps up on us, other times it knocks us down hard. Going...

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School Readiness: Why Your Child’s Learning Readiness Begins In The Womb Education

School Readiness: Why Your Child’s Learning Readiness Begins in the Womb This article provides helpful information for developing school readiness in your child as a baby. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. The first opportunity a child has to prepare for school is when they are first a fetus, developing safe inside the mother’s womb. This is where the brain develops rapidly to build...

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Parent Volunteers: 10 Different Ways To Help Your Local School Education

Parent Volunteers: 10 Different Ways To Help Your Local School Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature school opportunities for parent volunteers in this guest post. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. No matter how wealthy an area you live, there are always schools crying out...

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Homework: How to Make Homework Fun Education

Homework: How to Make Homework Fun Guest Post Darci Maxwell Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature homework tips with guest blogger Darci Maxwell. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. Chances are your kids hate doing homework — and it’s no wonder.  Math and spelling...

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Postural Control: When Core Stability is Compromised, Your Child’s Learning is No Longer on Autopilot Development

Postural Control: When Core Stability is Compromised, Your Child’s Learning is No Longer on Autopilot This article provides helpful information regarding postural control. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Human autopilot is an idea I talk about all the time. I’m usually cursing it because I was on autopilot when I set my keys down so I have no idea where they are. Autopilot...

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Hard Work: How to Teach Your Kids the Importance of Hard Work Parent's Corner

Hard Work: How to Teach Your Kids the Importance of Hard Work Guest Post Alek Sabin Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature hard work with guest blogger Alek Sabin. While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. One of the most important things we can do,...

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College Education: Will Learning Challenges Stop my Child from getting a College Education? Education

College Education: Will Learning Challenges Stop my Child from getting a College Education? This article provides information regarding a child’s ability to gain a college education, especially if they struggle with learning challenges. Many parents struggle to see a long-term academic future for their children when they’re small. Nobody can really tell how well their child will manage with their education. If your child has...

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Perfectionism: Why Children with Learning Challenges Struggle with Perfectionism Education

Perfectionism: Why Children with Learning Challenges Struggle with Perfectionism In today’s society where high-stakes standardized testing, academic success, athletic prowess and excelling in the arts have become the bar for success, perfectionism is often seen as a desirable trait in a child. Sadly, perfectionism can be destructive to a child’s self-esteem, frustrating for family members, creates debilitating anxiety, and can cause students to underachieve, especially...

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Learning Styles: Why “One Size Fits All” Doesn’t Work Education

Learning Styles: Why “One Size Fits All” Doesn’t Work I am sure many of you have read or heard about the “5 love languages.” I have done my own share of research on this topic and found it fascinating that each person has their own love language in both the way they show love and wish to receive love. I can only imagine the countless number...

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