Learn How to Play the Piano Online

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Hoffman Academy. Have you or your children been wanting to learn how to play the piano online? Hoffman Academy is an online resource for parents and homeschoolers to receive quality music education in their homes. Being a busy single working mom, driving back and forth to piano lessons just isn’t doable at this time. I was excited to learn about Hoffman Academy. Your child can learn how to play the piano {Read More}

FREE Columns Using Word 2003 and 2007 Lessons – FREE for a Limited Time

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Christian Keyboarding. Do you anticipate your student using computers in the future? Is your student going into a technological field? How far your student will go will be determined by their proficiency in computers. Give them the edge in computer applications by purchasing curriculum that really works, such as, Keyboarding for the Christian School. Right now, Christian Keyboarding is offering all you a FREEbie with no strings attached. In fact, you might even gain {Read More}

Ways to Hold Students Accountable with Independent Reading and FREE Printable

One of the most frustrating tasks as an English Language Arts Reading teacher is holding your students accountable for their independent reading during class and at home. I found that if I take a sincere interest in their reading book selection they are more opt to actually take advantage of their independent reading time. I’m always looking for creative ideas on what to use instead of basic reading logs. 5 Ways to Hold Students Accountable in Reading other than Reading Logs Independent {Read More}

How to Teach Spanish to Elementary Students – Super EASY

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Spanish for You. Within the first week or sooner, your student(s) will be able to understand, speak, read, and write sentences in Spanish even if you don’t know a lick of Spanish. Yes, it’s possible. The secret resource is Spanish for You. Spanish for You! is fun, affordable, and easy-to-use with your kids at home grades 3-8 or for classes you teach. This curriculum is built on 17 years of teaching experience {Read More}

A FUN way to Introduce Customs and Culture to your Children

If You Were Me and Lived in… is a comprehensive series that introduces customs and culture to ages 4-8. Carole P. Roman’s groundbreaking books explores the many aspects of our lives worldwide and opens the door to discussions on the variety of people sharing the globe. Each book compares language, food, places to visit through the eyes of a child of the same age. Pack with interesting facts, the books are elastic enough to include older children in discussions and {Read More}