Monthly Archives: October 2008

Vision Therapy Evaluation – Results (Red Flags)

So, I wrote previously that we had our parental consultation for my oldest’s Vision Therapy evaluation. The results mostly indicated my child was on par with her peers with only a few “red flag” areas, in their opinion. Sections in … Continue reading

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Why Did I Ask about Vision Therapy?

What caused me to bring up vision therapy in the first place? Honestly, if I wasn’t working with my child daily as part of homeschooling, I don’t think I would have. Child #1 might be referred to as an “auditory” … Continue reading

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Vision Therapy Parental Consultation

We had our long-awaited parent consultation meeting for Vision Therapy (VT) this week for our oldest. Let me start by saying that if I had to do this all over again, I would definitely ask for the evaluation again. That … Continue reading

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Sorry that I’ve been gone for a bit. Things have been hectic and my evenings have been taken up by making Child #2’s Halloween costume. I am not a seamstress by any stretch of the imagination, so I have been … Continue reading

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Toddler Mayhem!

I have written before of my little Tasmanian Tornado – Child #3. She writes on walls, spilled fingernail polish on our carpet, spilled laundry detergent on the carpet,and gets into all sorts of mischief. The problem has accelerated in recent … Continue reading

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A Wasted Vote

Many of you have already seen this, I am sure. However, I just ran into this sentiment again in an email discussion with a former mentor of mine. She felt compelled to remind me that we have a two-party system … Continue reading

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Field Trip Ideas

Many homeschoolers think “outside the box” when taking field trips with their kids. The following is just a sampling of ideas about how to continue the learning experience outside the home and not break your budget in the meantime. Many … Continue reading

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