Anita C. from Garrettson, SD, asks, “What is the best way to make this course effective and yet run independently for my teen?” Here are three sets of suggestions that address each of these two things: the effective teaching—the effective learning—part of the question, as well as the independent part of the question—the honoring of independence.
Crystal from Belfast writes, “We don’t have a question in particular, but were curious to see how the Q & A sessions go, so we can be prepared for when we do have a question.” So here’s a brief overview as to how Ask Cozy Grammar works.
Learn how to do a simple magic trick with playing cards that also teaches about words, spelling, math, and gratitude. This step-by-step guide comes from Cozy Grammar’s free Learning Treasure Trove, where you can explore all of our free videos, mini-lessons, and writing activities.
Here’s a wonderful question from a reader: How do we grow our children’s writing habits, especially for students who might be in the elementary level and who might be learning English as a second or as a foreign language? How do we encourage students to love writing? Here are five things that occurred to me.