Seton Home Study School has a special educational services department.
Mother of Divine Grace School has a special services program.
Kolbe Academy has a special services department.
Sharon Hensley, author of Home Schooling Children with Special Needs, offers consulting to assist parents in tailoring a home education curriculum to a child's learning needs. She holds a Master's Degree in Special Education.
Marianne Sunderland offers suggestions and consulting about homeschooling children with dyslexia based on her own experience teaching her dyslexic children. Some parents have found her recommendations helpful.
The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) has struggling learner consultants available to assist their members.
All About Reading and All About Spelling from All About Learning Press can be used by all students but are especially appropriate for struggling learners. They also offer phenomenal customer service.
Math-U-See from Demme Learning is a good program for all children but is especially helpful to struggling learners.
The Handwriting Without Tears Program from Learning Without Tears can be used by all students but is especially good for those struggling to learn how to write.
Learning Ally Provides audio books for dyslexic and blind learners.
In addition to special needs friendly homeschool curriculum such as the examples listed above, parents of children with special needs often obtain special services, either privately or publically, in order to help their children reach their learning goals. These might include such services as speech therapy, occupational therapy, vision therapy or tutoring from people trained in the Orton Gillingham or Lindamood-Bell instruction methods.
Guiding Your Catholic Preschooler by Kathy Pierce and Lori Rowland is a very helpful guide to teaching the faith to small children.
Little Saints: a Catholic Preschool Program with Classical Disciplines by Cynthia Blum. This delightful program has 40 theme units including beautiful children's literature, Bible quotes, poems, songs, activities, and art projects. The initial prep time can be more than for some other programs. (This program is available from leafletonline.com. We are not aware of the author still selling the program herself.) Shower of Roses Blog Little Saints Pictures
Twenty-Six Letters to Heaven: A Catholic Preschool Curriculum by Sarah V. Park. This program has twenty six units based on the twenty six letters of the alphabet. Each letter unit covers virtues, saints, a poem, picture books, activity and art suggestions, and a recipe all based around a specific letter.
Catholic Heritage Curricula Preschool offers a sweet and gentle introduction to learning for the preschool child. It covers ABCs, 123s, faith, coloring, activities, nursery and bedtime stories, and art and music.
Seton Home Study School Pre-K is a workbook and picture book based curriculum covering ABCs, 123s, faith, coloring, and more.
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