Curriculum that may be Helpful for Children Who Learn Differently
Scaredy Cat Phonics (www.joyceherzog.com)
Handwriting Without Tears (www.hwtears.com)
Math U See (http://www.mathusee.com/)
Mastering Math Essentials by Richard Fisher, 20 minutes a day workbook
Right Brain Phonics Reading Book by Dianne Craft
“Right Brain Phonics Flashcards” by Dianne Craft
“Sight Word Cards” by Dianne Craft
“Right Brain Multiplication Cards” by Dianne Craft
Wise Owl Math Worksheets
Lindamood Phonemic Awareness Program
Passport Learning, LLC (www.passportlearning.com)
Daily Grams (http://www.easygrammar.com/)
Easy Grammar (http://www.easygrammar.com/)
Hooked on Phonics (http://www.hookedonphonics.com/)
Explode the Code (http://www.explodethecode.com/)
Resources that Parents of Children Who Learn Differently may find Helpful
“Teaching the Right Brain Child” DVD by Dianne Craft
“Understanding and Helping the Struggling Learner” DVD by Dianne Craft
NATHHAN National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network
The Out of Sync Child by Karen Stock Kranowitz
Homeschool Legal Defense Association http://www.hslda.org/strugglinglearner/
*The IEP Manual: Individual Education Planning by Jim and Debby Mills
supplies goals, skill lists, and ideas for planning your child's program.
Available from www.nathhan.org.
*LinguiSystems has many professional authored resources for writing IEPs.
Available at www.linguisystems.com.
*The New Language of Toys; Teaching Communication Skill to Children with
Special Needs by Sue Schwartz lists developmental milestones and contains
charts to record your child's progress. Available through
*The Student Education Plan (SEP): A Preparation Guide by Judith Munday
walks parents through the SEP process. Available from
*Teaching Your Special Needs Student: Strategies and Tools That Really Work
by Judith Munday provide evaluation information, scoring rubrics, graphic
organizers, and more. Available from www.hishelpinschool.com.
*HSLDA members can also contact their special needs coordinator.
*Joyce Herzog has Luke's Life List (and Luke's School List) that would
beneficial in helping parents to see they are making progress and to help
avoid discouragement. They, along with other resources, are available at
*They were from an article by Andrea Longbottom in the March/April 2009 issue of "The Home School Court Report".
People That May Be Helpful to Your Child Who Learns Differently
Dr Paul Moss
1932 SW 3rd Street, Suite 6
Tel: (402) 498-8708
Fax: (402) 445-0433