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September 20, 2007

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KC

This is a great post! Thank you. Some of those ideas are so simple but effective. I'll have to play some of these games with him.

Meredith

What a beautiful post MaryEllen, I know this will be so helpful to so many, blessings to you!

Mrs Jackie Parkes

Wow that must be hard work doing all that homeschooling..but then we have excellent schools...God bless

Mrs Jackie Parkes

Wow that must be hard work doing all that homeschooling..but then we have excellent schools...God bless

Mrs Jackie Parkes

Wow that must be hard work doing all that homeschooling..but then we have excellent schools...God bless

Donna Marie

Mary Ellen! This is great! Thank you for sharing this..I know it will be such a blessing to many!

Donna Marie

Mary Ellen! This is great! Thank you for sharing this..I know it will be such a blessing to many!

Connie Irwin

Thank you for the three amazing articles!! Earlier this year, I noticed that I was trying to push my son through his school work. Then I cringed when I realized that I was "public schooling" my homeschooled child. So, we got in touch with Seton, spent close to an hour and 20 minutes on the telephone with a special service counselor, received the new curriculum a couple days later, and the doors to my son were opened even more. You are so right about autistic children having different learning styles. What works for Donald in reading, does not necessarily work for him with math. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the knowledge of the games, for reminding me (which I need constantly) that he truly is a gift from God, and that there is no school, like homeschool. Public schools may work for some children, but I feel that is too easily said if an individual has not taken the time and love to homeschool their children.

ADHD Therapy

I've being researching about Autism and reading your blog, I found your post very helpful :) . I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog!

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