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|Homeschooling Handbook-Teen Guys-Steampunk
**All you need to add is a math program.
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I ordered this for my son (14) because he has dyslexia and I was really excited to try the dyslexic font with him. I love how organized it will keep him and the guidance it provides as he works through the subjects in the journal. I was surprised how quickly he came to me with a list of books he wanted and art supplies. My son doesn’t like to read regularly and his asking for books was motivation enough for me to continue using The Thinking Tree products.
I have two reluctant writers in my family. One is a dyslexic 16 year old. He has been working on the dyslexia games books for a couple years and this year I decided to implement the journals. He is so excited to know that we can read lessons and then filll in the journal instead of answering the books questions. I think the fact that he can draw what he learned is also a huge draw for him!
A fun way to hold a core journal, some books, and crayons, pencils, gel pens, etc. keep everything in one place!
Other journals (this page is still under construction)