I am so excited about my new preposition book! (Yes, I get super excited about grammar!)
And I’m doubly excited that you (our subscribers!) get to see it and use it first—for FREE! (Subscribe here to get it for free for a limited time!)
The best way to introduce you to this fun, effective book is to leave you with the store description! So here you go…..
Ray and Donna Reish Private Tutoring Offerings (Character Ink Press)
My husband and I are expanding our tutoring offerings for the summer (and adding our daughter-in-law!)
With the addition of live video Cottage Classes to our line up next year and the completion of the Meaningful Composition and Write On writing series recently, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my books.
When homeschooling moms hear the word “schedule,” they either cringe or celebrate. It seems that there is a division of camps when it comes to scheduling. While those who “celebrate” the schedule might be guilty of micro-managing their children and maybe even putting undue pressure on them, those who ‘cringe” when confronted with the idea of scheduling might suffer from a lack of productivity due to their disdain for schedules.
I have found that you do not have to have a love-hate relationship with schedules, but rather you have to figure out which type of homeschooler you are—one who loves schedules and wants to follow one to the letter or one who doesn’t care for them and would do better with a looser type of schedule that still provides some sense of structure.
If you love schedules, then you will probably do better with a moment-by-moment, or at least hour-by-hour one to guide your day.
“Susie and me are coming at ten.” How many times do we tell our kids (or students) that it should be Susie and I?
It sounds simple. Even the rule seems simple: Use I in the subjective position (when used as the sentence’s subject). Use me in the objective position (when used as an object—give it to me).
But pronoun use is way more complex than the correcting of our kids when they use me as one of the subjects.