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I have always marveled at how young children can grasp God’s Word.Their faces beam as their curious minds absorb what they hear.They listen intently as you read passages from the Scriptures.They don’t create a philosophical realm around biblical issues but simply receive God’s precious Word as it stands. Keeping that premise in mind, I decided to teach my special child the Bible. I would like to share with you some simple strategies that you may find helpful in teaching your special child as well.
Even though you may not be able to teach the Bible to your child on a daily basis, he will be hiding God’s Word in his heart. By including Bible in your teaching, your home schooling of your special child will take on a new perspective as God rewards you both for building on this most important foundation for life.
For the past three years, Nancy Sadka, Ed.D. (May 1995) has been home schooling her son Andrew, who is classified with communication disorder. In the October 2001 issue of Home School Helper, Nancy shared her story of working with Andrew in order to meet his specific educational needs. She hopes to encourage other home schooling families who have special children. Nancy and her husband, Paul, reside in Greenville, S.C., with Andrew and their older son, Mark.