Here are the situations where we can help you learn and thrive:

Are you a student?


Our approach is specifically designed for these sorts of frustrating dilemmas:

You’ve tried everything.

Textbooks? Check. Workbooks? Check.

YouTube, blogs, simple nose to the grindstone? Check, check, check.

But the dry rules of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and essay writing just won’t stay in your head.

You’ve explored grammar organically . . .

but when the chips are down, you can’t say why a sentence doesn’t sound right, let alone fix the problem.

In this case intuition only takes you so far, and in life you want to go all the way.

All you need is a nudge in the right direction.

You are smart and creative . . .

but struggle with dyslexia, with paying attention, or with the standard, conventional ways of learning.

No curriculum you’ve found seems to meet you where you’re at or teach you in the ways you learn best.

Are you a teacher?


The video lessons and exercises from Marie and Thomas are particularly well suited to these contexts:

You know good grammar is important . . .

but every time you present it, your students grow bored.

The textbooks you’ve been assigned are dull, even deadly, but you don’t have the time or capacity to reinvent everything yourself.

You’re overworked and overwhelmed . . .

but you still want to meet the needs of your students.

You'd love a curriculum that they can do largely on their own.

This isn't merely a practicality, but also, and more importantly, a way of them taking responsibility for their own learning.

You know that you need to teach grammar . . .

but grammar was never really taught to you.

When you were in school, teaching grammar was out of fashion, but you still managed to pick up relatively good English.

Explaining it to your students, though, feels much trickier than you’d like it to be.

The People We Serve Best

We’ve spent more than twenty years helping the following particular kinds of students:


Homeschoolers of all stripes—secular and religious, structured and unstructured, new and experienced and everything in between.

Charter School Students

Charter school students who are looking for a complete and self-directed language arts curriculum.

Ages Nine and Up

Students nine and up without any previous experience with grammar, as well as their precocious younger siblings.

Adult Learners

Intrepid adult learners, both on their own and in corporate and professional training programs, interested in refreshing and improving their skills.

English Language Learners

English language learners from non-English-speaking communities and countries, particularly where English opens new doors and horizons.

Schools and Community Centers

Students in public and private schools, colleges and universities, public libraries, adult ed programs, and community learning centers.

And if you share the following values with us, we can help you soar:


You believe learning should not only be effective but inspiring and memorable.


You believe creativity is essential to becoming a well-rounded human being, no matter what field of work you may enter.


You believe in connecting learning and life, with plenty of real-world examples.


You believe in taking things one step at a time, so that you learn with confidence and ease.


Despite all the turbulence of the times, you still believe in goodness, kindness, and generosity.

Sound like a good fit?

We’d love to help you open new doors.


Start with our FREE Cozy Introduction to Grammar and Creativity, seven lessons from the Basic Cozy Grammar Course about sentences, strong writing, and love.

You’ll also receive our free newsletter, with grammar tips, mini-lessons, and creative writing activities.

Or perhaps you’re wondering how Cozy Grammar does what it does.

What could possibly make grammar cozy?