Learning Disabilities
Learning Disabilities
Learning Abled Kids
Homeschooling a child with learning disabilities can be challenging, but it can be done with the right set of knowledge, skills, and tools. Here you'll find tips and resources to help you teach specific subjects, including language arts, math, reading, science, social studies, writing, and more.
Homeschooling and the Child with NLD
Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NLD), also called Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, is a developmental disability that affects children's academic progress as well as their social and emotional development. NVLD encompasses a combination of learning, academic, social and emotional issues. This article looks at factors to consider before choosing to homeschool. It discusses scenarios which may lead the parents of a child with NLD to consider homeschooling, and includes case studies of students with NLD who have been homeschooled for varying periods of time.
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First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind
Includes scripted lessons and lovely illustrations to offer encouragement and understanding to children in grammar, copywork, narration, picture study, and other classical technique. These lessons will help develop the student's language ability and skills in oral composition. 
Progeny Press Study Guides for Literature
Progeny Press study guides include vocabulary exercises, comprehension, analysis, and application questions, introduction of literary terms, background information, discussion of related Biblical themes, suggestions for activities related to the reading, a complete answer key, and more. These are some of the titles available (grade range is in parentheses): The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (9-12) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (6-8) Amos Fortune, Free Man (5-7) Anne of Green Gables (5-8) ...
The Letter Factory Game
Teaches Phonics! The race is on! With two games in one, children play together and learn letter names and sounds with actions and music. Wacky Professor Quigley guides players every step of the way so no reading is required! Games automatically adjust to skill level, to keep children learning at just the right pace! 2 Games in 1: Counting Colors & Letters: Learn letter names and sounds by matching color cards to move around the board. Leaping Letters: Listen to the name or sound and then find th...
100+ New Jersey Drivers Licensing Exam Facts That You Need To Know: Quick Review for the Written Test
Prepare for the New Jersey's Driver's Written Exam. Know the 100+ important facts for the test. Be prepared to ace the exam!
Pass Your New York DMV Test Guaranteed! 50 Real Test Questions! New York DMV Practice Test Questions
This book is written by a former DMV classroom instructor. He shares the 50 most common questions and answers to the New York DMV written test. A great guide to help your teen pass the DMV test on their first try.