My child is dyslexic. How does your curriculum address special learning challenges?

Homeschooling allows many opportunities for families to tailor their child’s education to his or her unique learning abilities and needs. Our curriculum is designed with multiple learning styles in mind, and offers a variety of projects and assignments to choose from in each lesson. This helps students find ways to successfully engage with the material, which can build confidence and overcome obstacles to learning. As a homeschooling parent, you have the freedom to adapt and modify lessons as needed to help your child get the most out of the material without being overwhelmed.

While our curriculum does not have specific recommendations for students with special needs, many families have used it successfully for children with all types of learning challenges. With its imaginative, artistic approach, the curriculum often sparks the interest of those who have struggled with their schooling in the past, and allows them to express themselves creatively while developing academic skills. Many mental health professionals advocate the use of the arts and creative expression, and find it particularly curative for those with special needs.