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Article Spotlight ~ Homeschooled with Tourette’s – By Brittany Fichter

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 The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - July/August 2014

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*Homeschooling a child with Tourette’s has its challenges but it also has its blessings.

*What is Tourette’s Syndrome?

*What struggles come along with Tourette’s Syndrome?

*People who have Tourette’s need a constant reminder that they are a precious creation in the sight of God.

*God made them different for a purpose!

*You can open your child’s world!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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There’s plenty of summer to enjoy before the pace picks up and it’s time for school. In the new July/August issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine you’ll find ideas for summer and ideas to jump-start your school year.

 

Todd Wilson provides a to-do list for summer fun. Dianne Craft and Anna Buck focus on solutions for learning difficulties. Brittany Fichter shares what it was like being homeschooled as a child with Tourette’s syndrome. Gabriella Smith relates the ups and downs of homeschooling with an autistic sibling. Janelle Knutson reveals why homeschooling with little ones requires more than simply keeping them quiet. Nanci Smith explains why the only right method for Christian homeschooling is relying on God for direction. Linda Brodsky and Kathryn Porter reveal lessons learned from pet ownership. David West and Rich Mader provide advice for fathers. At home or away this summer, read the latest issue of TOS magazine free online at www.TOSMagazine.com or on mobile devices with the free app at www.TOSApps.com.

 

 

 

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