Charlene Little, Author at Homeschool Base

About Charlene Little

Charlene is a writer, a self-made momtrepreneur, and a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom. She has four wonderful, very active young boys. With all there is to do everyday, things are always chaotic and she loves every minute of it. Things we do in everyday life are a learning experience, and her family plans to learn all they can!

Charlene has nine years of experience researching and writing about medical sciences, health and wellness, genetics, public health, alternative medicine, education, sociology, psychology, mental health, and even home improvement.

Chewelry: Sensory Chew Toys for Your Child

Posted in Reviews on May 22, 2017

A child with something in his mouth for chewing

If you are looking for an excellent way to keep your child with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD focused in the classroom or during homeschool lessons, you may want to consider incorporating chewelry to their learning experience. These sensory chew toys are a discrete, easy way to keep your child focused, and prevent behavioral and self-injurious Read More »

Using Exercise Bands to Keep Your ADHD Child Seated

Posted in Teaching on May 21, 2017

The solution for getting ADHD student sitting still

Children with ADHD face a number of problems, especially if they attend public school. Contrary to what many people think, hand fidget items are not the solution to your child's urge to fidget. The purpose of fidget items is to teach your child to redirect their excess energy into an activity. However, if you teach Read More »

The Benefits of Using Nursery Rhymes for Your Homeschool Preschooler

Posted in Teaching on May 16, 2017

Young child reading nursery rhymes

I remember the endless banter of nursery rhymes when my older two children were toddlers. After hearing “Humpty Dumpty” for the 700th time, I felt like I would go insane. Until I heard the words of my father-in-law explaining to me how important nursery rhymes are to your child’s growth, development and education.  I gained Read More »

Learning Disabilities and Public Schools Are Not Friends

Posted in Homeschooling on May 15, 2017

kid in school unhappy

When you look at trends over the last decade, you will see that a lot of parents who have children with learning disabilities are choosing to homeschool, but why? It cannot be a coincidence that so many parents are making the decision to homeschool their children. So what has made having our children with disabilities Read More »

Homeschooling for Free: Is It Possible?

Posted in Just Starting Out on May 15, 2017

is it possible to homeschool for free

If you have been considering homeschool, but all you hear about is how unbelievably expensive it is, you are not alone. Every day, parents walk away from their dream of homeschooling their children because of cost. Your child's future should never be compromised because of money, especially when you can homeschool your child for free. Read More »