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Special Needs Resources around the Web

I have been looking for some special needs resources for homeschoolers. Here are a few that I have found via a google search. A-Z Homescool A-Z Homescool- Special Needs Vendors About.com Bay Shore School & Educational Homeschooling Kids With Disabilities If you happen to have any you would like to share, please drop me...
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A Pocket Manual for Advocates

Recently Janie Bowman wrote to share, A Pocket Manual for Advocates: Information and Resources for Lay Advocates with us and I’m so glad she did because it is definitely one of those resources you will want to bookmark. Part of the introduction reads: A Pocket Manual for Advocates is written for: * Lay advocates....
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Bright Kids at Home

Bright Kids at Home – www.brightkidsathome.com A practical website geared towards homeschooling and traveling with gifted and talented students. It includes many tips and ideas about gifted homeschooling. There are several pages on identifying and assessing a gifted student at home. There are pages that have ideas about high school record keeping and navigating...
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American Sign Language Resources

My younger sister is partially deaf and American Sign Language was extremely helpful way for us to communicate with one another when she was very young. As she grew older her speech improved, but we still use sign occasionally. Our entire family took classes and I wondered what type of resources might be available...
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WizardsSpell

Students practice and learn spelling on WizardsSpell.com. Sight, Hearing, and Touch are engaged. The more senses involved, the easier the memorization. Create your own word lists or use any of our hundreds of lists. Reports tell you how much practice occurs and student problem areas. Online testing, and tips for homophones are provided. Students...
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Introducing American Sign Language Instruction for homeschoolers.

Introducing American Sign Language Instruction for homeschoolers. American Sign Language is a great addition to your home school curriculum and is easy and fun to learn. My instruction is appropriate for all ages and abilities from infant to adult. American Sign Language is perfect for those times when silent communication is necessary. It’s also...
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African-American Unschooling

African-American Unschooling Africentric Homeschooling Resources Karibu! African-American Unschooling is the Internet resource for African-American Homeschoolers with an Africentric approach to learning all the time. African-American Unschoolers encounter math, science, reading, writing, art and history in the Real World because real living leads to real learning! The African-American Unschooling Web Site: * Provides a point...
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Unschooling

Link: Unschooling. Unschooling.com is the premier website for information about unschooling. Free articles and essays, a discussion list, newsletter, weblog, and tons of great resources make this a site to bookmark! At this site you’ll find answers to questions such as: What is unschooling? Have you ever described ‘red’ to a person who is...
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