Navigating homeschooling with a sensitive child

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Written by Kara Anderson of Quill and Camera.

I am so awkward with labels.

When people ask me to describe our homeschooling style, I stumble though a soliloquy of words that probably sound half made-up.

So when I say that I am homeschooling a “sensitive child,” please know that isn’t my attempt at labeling anything officially. It’s more something we’ve noticed, and lived with and worked with for years now.

And it’s something that makes me so grateful for homeschooling, and this opportunity to give my children an individualized experience.

I wanted to share a little bit about what homeschooling my sensitive kiddo looks like for us. If you too have a sensitive child who you are teaching, I hope sharing some of our experience will maybe help.

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