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Oct
21
answered What can I do to increase the chance that my children will talk to me when disturbed?
Oct
19
revised How much time does homeschooling consume?
clarify comment on family needs
Oct
19
comment How much time does homeschooling consume?
I find your comment puzzling. Which is the norm, then? To take more time or to take less time than your family needs?
Oct
19
answered How much time does homeschooling consume?
Oct
18
answered Is my son's school ignoring his intelligence?
Oct
18
answered 3 year-old boy always says he has tummy-ache for 5 mins after breakfast
Oct
13
comment What are the pros and cons of colouring books?
@anongoodnurse, I don't think we ever buy them either, but we have a bunch just from gifts.
Oct
13
answered Preparing toddlers to sleep in a hotel room
Oct
12
answered What are the pros and cons of colouring books?
Oct
9
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
7
answered As a step parent, what should be my role in dealing with a volatile five year old?
Oct
7
answered My parents are taking over my life, I think I'm going insane
Oct
6
awarded  primary-schooler
Sep
22
revised Should I start learning Braille now in preparation for teaching my blind baby how to read someday?
add clarification about perception of special needs from friend or relative
Sep
22
revised Should I start learning Braille now in preparation for teaching my blind baby how to read someday?
forgot question was about a girl
Sep
22
answered Should I start learning Braille now in preparation for teaching my blind baby how to read someday?
Sep
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
4
comment Strategies for identified but unavoidable distractions
He has been this way his entire life. I noted already that he gets distracted even on things he enjoys. That includes TV and video games. For example, after an hour of Minecraft he often ends up with nothing else than seeds and one or two mob drops, because he constantly moves from one distraction to another within the game. He watches TV in 5 minute spurts then does something else. Basically, he doesn't spend more than 5 minutes on anything, fun or boring, without an adult constantly putting him back on track.
Sep
1
comment Strategies for identified but unavoidable distractions
He is not officially diagnosed, @AE, but he scores very strongly on the unofficial ADHD tests.
Sep
1
asked Strategies for identified but unavoidable distractions