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My daughter went to kindergardarn this past year and they discovered that she has trouble with motor skills and learning. I loved the school system that we are currently in but we will be moving to Texas and I hear there school systems are not good especially in Houston where I will be living.

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It is SOOOO POSSIBLE to hs a slow learner! For alot of them having the one on one learning is the absolute best thing for them. I am a big advocate of hsing :LOL I haven't searched the archives here yet, but there is tons of great info on the web. I can give you some links if you like if you feel overwhelmed about the different "styles" and such. Good luck in your decision mama!
 

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When you homeschool there is no such thing as a "slow learner". She'll simply learn at her own level in her own time. Without having a harmful label stuck on her. Check out the Texas homeschooling laws. You'll be so glad you did.
 

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Thanks I just checked out the Texas laws it sounds like they really support it. which is great. How do I get started. we will be moving to Texas next month do I have to go to some state office?

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There's nothing official to be done in Texas to homeschool. Just do your own thing. No papers to fill out, no offices to register with. Nada.
Sounds like heaven.

I think home learning is *especially* valuable for children who fall on either side of "normal."
 
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