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For Homeschoolers and Parents: Tips for Raising Kids with Learning Disabilities


1. Rebuilding Relationships and Learning Disabilities
2. Compromise, Parenting and Learning Disabilities
3. Instilling Motivation with Learning Disabilities
4. Solutions to Problems
5. Guiding Teens with Learning Disabilities
6. Rhythms, Music, Dancing for Kids of All Abilities
7. Nurturing and Learning Disabilities
8. Developing a Stable Home Life
9. Academic Benefits of Learning Rhythmic Dances
10. Social Impact of Learning Disabilities
11. Teaching Kids How to Be Helpful
12. Learning Disabilities and Charity in Attitude
13. Being Responsible for Kids
14. Nurturing Abilities in Kids with Challenges
15. Learning Disabilities and Enthusiastic Music Time
16. Attitude Makes a Difference with Kids
17. Wisdom and Learning Disabilities
18. Rhymes for Remembering
19. Encouraging Each Step of Growth
20. Other Strengths When Challenged
21. Helping Kids Get Along in the Family
22. Kids Learn About Sharing
23. Practice Dressing for Winter

 17. Wisdom and Learning Disabilities by Susan Kramer

Wisdom comes from making the effort to learn from every action. If we analyze and apply these lessons in succeeding times a best choice comes more easily. Wisdom provides a wise dome. The dome covers us with a shield against wrong action. When wisdom is achieved, the right easeful way seems the natural way.

We can help our children with learning disabilities acquire wisdom by pointing out another way to work out a situation that went wrong.

A way to project wisdom right now is to have caring feelings for all people and the creation. When we act from our heart, we do what is best for all. When our mind is clouded by selfishness we cannot make the best decision. When we act from care we are doing only good.

Ultimately we attain and begin living in wisdom, our lives becoming easeful, peaceful, useful and happy. When we realize this happiness we are realizing our inner self. Happiness is a quality unaffected by time, place or circumstance. Happiness is always with us and felt when we act in harmony with people and the environment.

Our children may not be full grown and have some disabilities, but they can still learn from their mistakes, at least what not to repeat. I've found with my own kids that reinforcing good choices with praise helps them continue to pick wise choices out in the world. After all, we do have choices and it is wise to pick what is most right, because inner peace and harmony is maintained, with nothing to come back and haunt.

Article by Susan Kramer

Resource texts for parents, teachers and homeschooling families:

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Free to Move, Learning Kinesthetically
Free to Move, Learning Kinesthetically by Susan Kramer
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Rhythms and Dances for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Rhythms and Dances for Toddlers and Preschoolers

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