Virtual Visits-Free Lesson

Get a FREE mini-lesson for your class from award-winning author Maria Dismondy

What could be better than a FREE mini-lesson from an award-winning author in your classroom? (Not much!) 

Put your feet up while Maria teaches your students with this powerful 20-minute mini-lesson for grades K-5 (National Standards) designed to uplift and inspire your kids.  

Here’s what you’ll get.  

*Inspiring mini-lesson on the topic of “Ideas” taught virtually by Maria herself! (Prerecorded video)  

*Students get a unique opportunity to "meet" a celebrity author via video.  

*Mini-lessons are short but mighty! Your students will walk away excited about literacy and full of ideas.  

*Low prep for teachers. 

Sign up below to receive the link to the mini-lesson. Watch at a time that works for your class schedule.  

Get the mini-lesson

Former educator, children's book author and parent educator, Maria Dismondy, will teach your class a mini-lesson. Here's how the lesson works...

Low Prep for the Lesson Once you sign up you’ll get a link with instructions. Each student will need a mapping sheet (provided), a pencil and colored crayons. So easy!  

Press Play on Your Time This mini-lesson is prerecorded and accessible for a short time once you receive the link via email. Plan to watch it with your class at a time that works with your schedule.  

Standards Covered *CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.W.5 Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. *CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.W.6 Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.

 Hi, I'm Maria!

For the last 20 years, I have been in the field of child development. As a classroom teacher, author, mother of three children and now publisher, I am here to help you with this special opportunity to provide your class with a mini-lesson made right from my heart to your classroom! 

Step 1: Sign up for FREE  

Step 2: Prep your class  

Step 3: Play the 20-minute mini-lesson in your classroom at a time that works for you.