Being literate and becoming literate shouldn't be rocket science!
I am passionate about literacy!
I am passionate about learners!
When I was still in primary school, I taught illiterate adults to read and write. Since then, my desire and intention have been to promote literacy as a basic human right for all.
Are you a parent? Let me guide you through creative strategies to creating a literate-cosy home and achieve academic success for your school-aged child through our webinars and parent coaching sessions.
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Such a great resource! My kids are 9 & 12yo and both have enjoyed the different exercises. The activities are comfortably “bite size” with simple, clear and fun instructions. My 9yo could easily understand what the activities involved and likes having the choice to start wherever she pleases. Even though the journal focuses on writing, the activities allow kids to do as much or as little as they want, while still getting them to be creative and have fun. I would definitely recommend this journal - there’s something for kids of all abilities to enjoy! ~ Jasmine, NSW, Australia
Love your commitment to elevating the minds and lives of others especially the youngsters and indigenous communities. This is great and so necessary as we do not realise how many people need you! I am hiring you for parent coaching. I need more of your great tips! ~ Cherine, Sydney, Australia
My favourite part about your podcast is not only how much thought and time goes into recording but how relatable it is. Your tone is everything in here. Some parts almost made me cry, excellent job! Please keep making more podcasts, it's calming, it gives me like a "you are going to make it despite circumstances vibe" & overall it teaches me new things. I loved the podcast! ~ Sera, Sydney, Australia
The webinar on syntax in different subject areas was amazing! When is the next one? ~ Candice, Jamaica
I have a renewed mission as a kindergarten teacher to read and tell the stories of ALL the children around me. ~Vinnette, New Zealand