Transform your grammar teaching in just ONE week!

Boost students' grammar understanding AND improve their writing using engaging, integrated activities!

Don't suffer for the rest of the school year.

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If you are a second, third, fourth, or fifth grade teacher who refuses to continue being frustrated with ineffective grammar instruction, I would love to help you transform your teaching and help lighten your load!  

Here's what happens in the challenge:


The Plan

You'll receive a week of lesson plans and the activities you'll need to implement this game-changing routine. All the work will be done for you!


The Guidance

I'll offer live training every night for a week to make sure you feel confident about your instruction the next day, as well as emails with tips and tricks for the day.


The Community 

You’ll also join an exclusive Facebook group with other teachers who feel just like you, who are trying out this transformation in their classroom right along with you.

I know so many of you realize teaching grammar in isolation has been proven to be ineffective, but you just don’t know how else to teach it.  

It’s easier to use that workbook than to try to figure out a new way with EVERYTHING ELSE you have on your plate.  

But then… there your students sit, struggling to retain the grammar instruction and transfer your conventions, mechanics, and style lessons to their writing. And potentially the worst part of it all- they are BORED and so are you!  


Let me guide you, step-by-step, in a free one-week challenge that will totally transform your grammar teaching into fun, engaging lessons that STICK with a total game-changer of a routine called mentor sentences. 

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We’re 3 weeks into our first unit, and all I can say is WOW! The amount of growth I have seen in my students already is unbelievable. I cannot wait to see where they’re at by the end of the school year. 

Shelly P.  

These sentences rock! I was tired of the editing paragraphs and did not think they offered good engaging learning, and these work! Students are engaged and like the books! 

Kimberly F.  

This is by far the best way I’ve seen to teach kiddos word work. It is so fun and the connection to reading and writing is awesome! In a really short time, I saw a huge improvement in their sentences. 

Stephanie M.  

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