500 Posts

I asked my Facebook followers what I blog about on this, my 500th blog post since switching to WordPress in March of 2011. The consensus was to do something reflective…so here it is! When I dove head-first into TPRS® in early 2010, the only materials that I had to work with were those that I…

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He is here!!

Warner Allen Bex made his grand debut on September 10, 2014 at 12:54pm. His name means “Defender of Innocence”, and he is named after my grandfather and my husband’s dad. We pray that his life would embody the pure and faultless religion of James 1:27: to look after orphans and widows and to keep himself from…

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Going back to school is a CRIME!

I found a pin on Pinterest last night that immediately reminded me of Dave Burgess and his Pirate-like ways! It is a blog post about using crime scenes in language classes from BusyTeacher.org, and I think that it would make the PERFECT first-day-of-classes activity for returning language students. (Click here for other first-week-of school activities for first year…

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Going to ACTFL ’14?

So I am curious to see who all is headed to ACTFL ’14 in San Antonio! I won’t be attending this year because I’ll have a too-young-to-leave-home baby, but I would love to know who I can count on to give me the scoop! If you’re going, leave a comment or shoot me an email at…

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THANK YOU!

Today, I reached a sales benchmark on TpT that I never would have thought within reach. I cannot express to you how much it means to me and to my family that you choose to purchase my lesson plans and activities. With yet another son on the way (three boys in three years! Ay ay ay!), I am so…

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Who is going to iFLT ’14 FREE of charge? …

66 readers entered the iFLT ’14 giveaway, but unfortunately only one could win. Would that I could afford to fund registrations for all of you!! However, I see that I’m approaching 1,000 followers, so I think there might be an opportunity for someone else to win something exciting in the near future… Anyway, let’s cut to the…

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