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Preparing for a Successful Homeschool Experience: Behavior Management

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Preparing for a Successful Homeschool Experience:

Behavior Management for Your Child with ASD

by Jeanne Mifflin

Autism Asperger


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  1. This is a GREAT practical article on organizing for success in home schooling. Children love security and this is built through structure. Our children need to know they can depend on us to react logically and reasonably, even if they don’t like the answers we give them. Frequent breaks in the schedule are essential, especially for young boys. The need for energetic outbursts is just as mandatory as the need for math. Being flexible might include naps for days when the family has been out too late the night before. However, home schooling is so rewarding that it is WORTH the effort of adjusting the schedule and even having a little math “homework” to be completed after dinner if you chose to go for a walk on a nice fall afternoon. Looking forward to the new book!

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