Happy 2015, friends!
We celebrated in the car on the way home from a New Year’s party, since the kids made it to 11:30 but would not last one minute longer. Maybe next year! For now, my New Year’s resolution is to sit down with my husband and make family resolutions for the year. I’m hoping that life will continue to normalize after adding to our numbers in September, and that I will slowly but surely develop a more regular schedule that will allow me to spend more time on the blog. I know; I have big dreams!
I’ve been eeking out minutes here and there to expand on the New Year’s lesson plans that I used to use in class. You can download them here. They include a puzzle, a three-level embedded reading, and several #authres activities, among other things.
Here’s to a year filled with Comprehensible Input and Language Acquisition! Go get ’em!
3 replies on “¡Feliz Año Nuevo!”
Happy New Year, Martina! As far as family resolutions, have you heard of the book, 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families by Stephen Covey? My wife and I read it together when we began our family, and return to it often. Here’s wishing you a great year. Thanks for all you do (love your blog and tweets:).
I have not–we have several of his ‘highly effective’ books kicking around here, but I did not know that he wrote one for families! I’ll be checking it out; thanks!
Feliz año! para ti que nos das tanto! Un fuerte abrazo!