“If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.”
-- Ignacio Estrada

Must Read Blogs....

As I have become more involved with twitter, I have found so many amazing people doing some amazing things. I also have came across so many great blogs. Blogs by parents of children with special needs, blogs by other teachers, blog about being parents, and blogs about almost any subject imaginable. I thought that I would create a tab to display the blogs that I have come across that I felt were worth sharing.

Happy reading!

behind my child's eyes is a blog discussing being the mother, sister, family member to a child with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. It is meant to bring awareness and shed some light ASD and SPD that may bring understanding and acceptance.

Love That Max is "A Blog About Kids With Special Needs That Kick Butt".

Noah's Dad is a video and picture blog telling (and showing) about their son with Down Syndrome. The blog includes a daily one minute video of Noah detailing his growth. One look into Noah's eyes, you'll keep going back!

CGregoryRun is a blog about "finding the funny in daily life". The posts are honest and always make me smile (usually laugh out loud) because no matter where you live, who you are, we all have our "issues".

Healthy, Unweathly, and Becoming Wise is a blog created with the "intention to give you a light-hearted (sometimes inevitably heavy-hearted) insight into the life of a college student who has a little bit of an extra challenge".

Small But Kinda Mighty a blog about raising twin boys who are on the spectrum. The posts discuss issues relating to being a mom (or mum as the author Deanne is from UK/Canada), struggles with having a child on the spectrum, and how the use of technology has impacted her sons' lives.