Dear Tweens, today there’s a new book to read and it’s mine. The Paperback and ebook are available on Amazon or you can order an autographed copy here. Join me as we bully-proof our lives and build spiritual muscles to help others, including the bullies. My Sister the Cheerleader 1. Join me and stroll down [read more…]
Get a special price from November 8- 17 for a Kindle version. Keep your curriculum. Add Fun! $ .99 today and $ 1.99 later in the week. Teach Writing Without a Pencil is a collection of games and activities to help students improve their writing skills. Strong verbs, authentic voice, cohesive flow, and the joy of [read more…]
There’s not many times that I’ve been more proud. Imagine being me–the youngest of eight, daughter of a share-cropper, dyslexic me–telling kids about how to be an author/editor. Then 5 kids run up after the talk with huge smiles saying, “I’m dyslexic!” An echo of “me too” bouncing around between them. Talking to the [read more…]
Fast forward to 20:24 and hear this excellent interview of Gwen Lavert, a wonderful friend, and hero for children.
We are sharing our passion for teaching kids about the Constitution. Today with our own Granbury DAR. Tomorrow Stephenville DAR. Sharing our freedom in a non-political setting. Are you sharing freedom with your children? A friend told me yesterday that her granddaughter was so excited when she went to school this year and realized she knew [read more…]
A resolution can fail and usually does. Goals are steps toward winning the game. Or in my case, writing the words of my heart. It may be baby steps, however it will get you there eventually. Make 2016 the year you reach at least one of your goals. This is the perfect time to focus, perfect your [read more…]