Homeschool Spanish Consultations

Want to help your child learn Spanish?

Then you are in the right place!

I'm a parent, just like you, working to teach my children Spanish, and hopefully pave the way to bilingualism. We are a homeschooling family with four kids, ages 8, 6, 4, and 2. Planning all the lessons for all the subjects, choosing all the curriculum, making the schedules—it can be extremely time consuming! 

No time left for foreign language study, right?

That's why I'm here to help. I love Spanish. I spend my spare time looking for new learning videos on YouTube, or making lesson planning sheets, or creating vocabulary lists, or researching kids Spanish books, or designing unit studies. I thought, if I'm going to spend all this time working on Spanish ideas, why not share my knowledge with other parents to lighten their load?

How It Works

Fill out the form below that I've created to help me get to know your family, your learning styles, and how I can best serve you and get you going on your Spanish learning adventure.

Make sure you give your best email address for me to reach you. Once you have filled out the form and submitted it, I will be in touch with you. Based on the information you provide, you and I will choose which of the following options best suits your family.

Curriculum Consultation (FREE)
Through email correspondence I will help you get in touch with resources to let you know about all of the curriculum choices out there in order to help you find the one that fits your family's style and schedule best.

Phone Consultation Spanish Plan ($50)
Includes one initial phone consultation where we work together to get a specific plan in place for your entire school year. Once the plan is set up, I will be available to you through email for support and questions throughout the year.

General Resources Consultation ($25)
Includes one initial phone consultation where I will provide a pre-prepared plan (not tailored to your specific family) for your school year, including general (free) online resources to supplement the plan.

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