Hello friends! Is it okay if I call you friends? After all, we’re all members of Sarah Mackenzie's Read-Aloud Revival community.
(And as you can see, I am even the proud owner of an RAR coffee mug!)
It was my privilege to talk with Sarah on her podcast about the power of foreign language read-alouds for homeschooling families. If you’ve ended up here after listening to our conversation, welcome! If you're a regular reader here at Language Learning At Home and haven't gotten a chance to listen, you can find that interview right here.
First, if you’re interested in signing up to access my resource library, here's the link that you need. Inside, you’ll find authentic language learning materials to help enrich your family’s study of foreign languages and to help you understand the WHYs and HOWs of learning a new language. When you sign up for the resource library, I’ll also subscribe you to my new monthly newsletter, which includes exclusive tips and recommendations to help you homeschool foreign languages with confidence.
I’d also like to personally invite you to join us over in the Language Learning at Home Facebook community, where we’ve got parents trading questions and tips about language learning in their families. You are welcome there!
Finally, if you’d like to check out the blog, you are more than welcome to show yourself around, but I hope that you’ll find the following posts particularly useful and inspiring for your language learning journey:
The WHYS of Language Learning and Cultural Education
Foreign Language Read-Alouds—More on How to Do Them!
Apps for Homeschool Language Learning
Thanks again for visiting, and I hope that what you find here takes you one step further towards building your family culture around (foreign language) books.