Thank you all for bearing with me last month as I took time away to properly grieve the loss of my mamá. As I mentioned on Facebook, the last year has had me on a wild ride - some good, some awful - but two things remain constant: my love for my kids/family AND my love of writing!
As promised, I wasn't about to miss out on my annual Back-to-School Fiesta! Each year during this month, I celebrate the Back-to-School season with articles, opportunities, freebies, and giveaways that I line up with you in mind. Once again I have awesome resources for you in English, Spanish, or both.
I'm kicking things off with a gift from ME to you.
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FIRST, I want you to know that my ENTIRE TpT store is on sale today and tomorrow. You can get 25% off any of my printables. So stock up on back-to-school-themed printables, like the one shown above, or get a jump on the school year and buy your Día de los Muertos, Las Posadas, or even Cinco de Mayo reading passages today!
NEXT, with homeschooling on the rise among Latino families, I am giving away three copies of my book, The Latino Family's Guide to Homeschooling. I designed it to help you get started. Or, if you are a veteran homeschooler, it provides additional resources for those of you who are already on the journey.
Inside this comprehensive guide, you’ll learn the following:
- what is homeschooling?
- how to get started
- bilingual homeschooling
- homeschooling children with special needs or learning differences
- preschool & kindergarten
- homeschooling older children
- preparing for college
You’ll also read the stories of other successful homeschoolers, most from a variety of Hispanic or bilingual backgrounds. Learn about how and why they began homeschooling, and read their advice for teaching at home. I am SO grateful to all the wonderful parents and professionals who have shared their tips, knowledge, and stories with MommyMaestra readers over the years. Every single one that I contacted about sharing their story in this book quickly agreed, and a few even wrote a piece specifically for this book to help me make it complete.
Filled with resources and tips for finding great curricula, as well as advice for daily learning, this book is a must-have for every Latino family considering homeschooling.