Unexpected Keys to Supporting Kids with ADHD
I grew up in the denim jumpers and homemade bread era of homeschooling, and wanted nothing more than to be like all the other cool kids who got to eat bologna sandwiches and wear jeans.
As a second generation homeschooler, I came to the table with more than my fair share of things I was going to do differently in educating my children.
I wasn’t going to be mean like my mother and have my children crochet daisies while eating bean soup and talking about Uzbekistan.
No siree, my kids were going to get dressed every day and sit at reclaimed Anthropologie-esque desks while we did school properly with real home work and tests and grades.
Find out today how our friend Esther Ramsey’s experience really turned out over at Hip Homeschool Moms.
Then come back and read Esther’s other helpful post about building a toolbox to support her children’s brains!
Does someone you love struggle with focus and attention? Which strategies have worked for you? Let us know in the comments below; we’d love to learn from you.