Raising strong readers and lifelong learners should be the mantra. But it isn’t. With strong guidance from parents and teachers, students will opt in and enroll in the school that offers the best learning experience. But the question isn’t about giving students more choice over what their learning. It’s about giving students better options to learning to read. When … Continue reading It’s a good idea to allow students greater choices over learning!
This is a topic near and dear to my heart. As I sit here to write my thoughts on an article I read on Education Week about How History Class Divides Us, I can only think of how American’s today don’t understand how to debate and agree on issues that affect us. This is my … Continue reading The Polarization of American Politics
This Christmas deck your house. You’ll have the art to show for it. If you’re a parent or homeschool educator, I can help you earn free books. Or I can give you superb discounts. On a budget and need some homework helpers on hand to answer confusing questions? We have that. I help parents leaf … Continue reading Parents, Bring the kids along – no normal mom, ever.
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If you’re a teacher, librarian, or school administrator, who needs funds to support a healthy learning environment — and you do need it, if you want your kids to have access to a good ‘education’ — I can help you with that. Go visit MYLIBRARY to learn about ways we can help your school get … Continue reading Educators, you want your students to remember how much you cared about them. Not how fancy your classroom is.
Buy it now “When it’s time for Jamie’s bedtime story, his dad begins to tell an age-old fairy tale about a prince in a faraway land full of dragons, wolves and princesses in distress. But inquisitive Jamie can’t help but add to his dad’s story, and the prince is soon joined by an evil-eyed witch … Continue reading Good Read new title
Since it’s Tuesday, you’re probably expecting something new from our facebook page. However, we’re rolling out something new and different, and it’s only for our email subscribers. To be clear, I love facebook and I am not getting rid of my page on facebook or my VIP group Launching Young Readers or our Seasonal Reading … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Become a StoryTamers Insider
How fun! I am hopping on live today to share a few tips about reading and some ways you can save. I will be on Facebook answering some big questions I often get, will share a few books. Please bring your questions and and any issues you’re going through or just comment here and get … Continue reading 36% of children are reading proficiently by 4th grade. Here’s how to make sure yours is one of them.
Today on Education Week, there is an article that says there is a gap between what schools teach and what employers want. This makes me chuckle, smile, and laugh! For almost 100 years, our nation’s education has been declining in quality and our kids have diminished thinking skills and now we ask the question of … Continue reading What should schools really be teaching our children?
As we celebrate and give thanks to God for his gift to us, think about giving the Bible and books this Christmas. Free shipping until Dec. 15, 2018. (If you order from me directly, not from my online store, I will offer you free shipping.) Sorry this is late, but when you homeschool and have … Continue reading Bibles and Books: Encourage Spiritual Growth