Reading is a fundamental right. We send our kids to school so that they can become better readers and better thinkers. Reading more authentic literature leads to high levels of critical thinking—so equip your readers with books from diverse...
Sorority Life and Community As a teacher, looking back at why I chose to become a part of a sorority in college helps me understand the needs of my students now. I joined a sorority because I wanted to be...
February is my favorite month of the year. My birthday is at the end of the month, Valentine’s Day {or my preference:: Galentine’s Day} means indulging in way too many sweets, and Black History Month enables me to dig...
  It's no secret this pandemic has been hard. Hard for moms. Hard for dad. Hard for kids.  Despite all of this my kids have been amazing. Like, letting Mommy and Daddy take uninterrupted work calls at 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm...
Homeschooling wasn't an activity I envisioned sharing with my offspring.  I'm not a natural teacher. I'm also pretty selfish with my time.  Also, math. EW.  I'm not even that maternal, most days. I LOVE my kids. Real hard. But big love doesn't...
National Family Literacy Month This year in November, most of us are thinking among other things about the election and Thanksgiving; however, a lesser known albeit important event, that frankly I am glad to focus on right now, is National...
I really didn't want to. This was not part of my plan. But, I chose to take this route for the time being. The best choice for my kids; a rough choice for me as their homeschool teacher.  Not only...
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. What is a learning disability, aka LD? ‘Learning disabilities’ is an umbrella term used to describe several different types of learning challenges. Learning disabilities are not the same as learning problems, which occur...
Homeschooling is a hot topic these days. To homeschool or not to homeschool? That is the question, and this is my answer.  My Experience as a Teacher Before my children were born, I taught Pre-K at a small Catholic school. And...
I am a bucket list, checkbox, Type A person. I have a highlighted, color-coded planner that I consult religiously. I even sit up late at night, grab some Lavender tea, turn on Parks and Rec on Netflix and sticker...

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