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    Default Newbie HS 8yo and 17yo

    I'm a new homeschooling mom. I have 6 kids ages 1 to 17. but only 2 will be homeschooling. They both have dyslexia and ADHD. My 8 yo has other learning issues also and health problems.

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    Welcome! Individualized (and patient) education is a great aspect of homeschooling!
    Let us know if you would like guidance getting your two homeschool kids going.
    And youíre not alone with mixing homeschool and public school between kids. Whatever situation is working best, that is whats best for them.
    If you search the archives, you may find a host of helpful posts relating to dyslexia, ADHD, and other special needs.
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.

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    My spelling was fine, then my brain left me.

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