I am so excited that you’ve found your way here!
Are you a parent, teacher, childcare provider, or a homeschooler? Are you looking for educational resources or teaching tips for primary grades?
If you answered yes to any of the above it’s most likely because you are invested in the children in your life. You, my friend, are an educator and what a wonderful privilege it is!
As the proverb says, it takes a village to raise a child, so it is with teaching. I am honored to welcome you to be a part of this supportive community of primary educators.
You have come to the right place! Love, Teach, and Learn is a community that is all about LOVING each moment with your students, making the most of each TEACHING opportunity, and LEARNING life’s greatest lessons from them.
A little about me…
My name is Carmen. I have 5 amazing kids that teach me everyday. They encourage me to continue seeing life with wonder, amazement, and a childlike heart.
I am a former licensed cosmetologist turned homeschooling mom. Along my journey of homeschooling I have found an ever growing need for curriculum that is complete, concise and captivating for young children. Out of my own need has blossomed my own creations, tips, and tricks that I enjoy sharing with you.
Enough about me, I’d love to hear from you!
Maybe you are wondering how you can support other educators like yourself.
We all learn better together and we all have different techniques that can be helpful to one another! Others can benefit from your strategies and tips as well. Simply share them!
Here are several ways you can support and connect with other educators :
- Share and connect with others in the comments section below each blog post.
- Join the conversation on Facebook .
- Chat with us on Instagram.
- Contact me with any suggestions you may have.
- Pin helpful resources on Pinterest.
- Share posts that you find helpful from this site to your social media account.
- Email this website to a friend who you think would benefit from these resources.
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. Now, don’t be shy! See you in the comments!