If your children are learning Spanish at home and you want to help them to improve their language learning process, you should be interested in learning what a noticing wall is and how to create one.
In this post, I’m exploring with you the different organization tools available for homeschooling language learning children, such as a weekly and a noticing wall. I’m teaching you how...Read More
Learning at home has never been so attractive and accessible. However, setting up the perfect study environment at home isn’t as simple as it may look.
Having your kids studying at home is a great responsibility and, if well done, can enrich their learning process in many ways. The key relies in doing it well and designing the right study environment for your kids.
It began when I had my first baby over ten years ago. For every special occasion, family and friends would ask the question, “What should I get for her as a gift?”
For the first couple of years, I could get away with a no gifts rule, but eventually my children were old enough to know that special occasions meant PRESENTS!
I knew I needed a response that would both honor my...Read More
Learning Spanish as a second language is a lifelong process. Speaking confidently in Spanish is an achievable goal! To help you achieve it, I’ve prepared a list of 8 power tips that empower you to feel more confident in Spanish.
Before we dive into the tips, however, I want to take a moment to teach you some vocabulary.
Before being more confident, you should be able to say...Read More
“Education in the true sense is helping the individual to be mature and free, to flower greatly in love and goodness. That is what we should be interested in, and not in shaping the child according to some idealist pattern.” –J. Krishnamurti
It is time for a new model of more personalized, meaningful education. The old system is crumbling, and this period of unexpected homeschooling is the...Read More
Are you staying at home with kids, attempting at homeschool, during the unexpected coronavirus crisis?
Well, you are not alone. I’m at home with kids myself and let me tell you, it’s not gonna be easy.
But with the right homeschool routine, you can make the most of the coronavirus lockdown and even improve your kids’ Spanish by the time life goes back to normal.
Are your kids at home unexpectedly due to school closings across the United States (and elsewhere in the world) during the coronavirus crisis? A new challenge has suddenly arisen for parents: what’s the best way to homeschool your kids? Many parents have reacted by giving way to desperation and heavily praising teachers for what they do, but the truth is: taking full responsibility for your...Read More
Education is a top priority for most parents, and choosing the perfect school for your child can be such a headache. Numerous types of schools exist: public, private, Christian, Catholic, Charter, boarding, and of course, homeschool. For many parents, the decision about which school to send their child to depends on their financial status and the proximity of the schools. For Christian...Read More