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Articles I have written for others:
I have written and researched articles for Choosy Homeschooler, Purls of Wisdom, LessonPathways Blog, Suite101 and more! If you would like me to write for you, please let me know! If you are looking for a regular article writer for your business, PLEASE let me know. Thanks!
Here are examples of my work:
Creative Homeschool Documentation! A Family Record You Can Share With Others
The Ultimate Online Organizer. Perfect for Homeschooling Families!
No-mess homeschool art tool. Ideal for students with sensory issues!
Create FREE stained glass photo collages - great for homeschool memories and unique gifts!
Free photo video project for homeschoolers!
Calling all creative minds! Homeschool possibilities are endless with this FREE tool!
Does your Homeschool Student’s Paper Contain Plagiarism? Find out!
Student Blogs: An Excellent Writing Tool, But How Can You Ensure Safety?
Teach Self-Expression by Turning Dreams into Reality, One Goal at a Time, Through Creative Videos.
Homeschooling Tourettes Syndrome Children
Don’t Just Explain How to Do Something, Show Them Instead and Provide Visual Learners with the Guidance They Need!
Using Lesson Pathways with Special Needs
Interview with Jen B.
Homeschooling Special Needs Children
Why Homeschool a Child with Special Needs?
Mini-Sensory Based Activities
I guest posted about how special needs bring glory to God.
Life, Faith, Homeschooling, Growing, and Fun-Guest Post
I was interviewed for Lesson Pathway's blog.
Now I sell my graphic designs on shirts, mugs, etc..at my store-Giggles Zazzle and I love every minute of it! I also volunteer as HSLDA Canada's Homeschooling Special Needs Consultant and it is very rewarding! I'm a foster mom to pets looking for families to adopt them and the animals have provided more natural therapy then we could have imagined!
We are not who we are in spite of our special needs or because of our special needs. We are who are, period. After all, “Disability is just an 'ability' in 'dis'guise!” Quote by youngest son at 7 years old.
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