It’s time to take the fear out of Shakespeare.

 A unique challenge to get your family reading and enjoying the Bard.

Register now to reserve your seat.

Hurry! Registration ends February 28.

Sorry! Registration is over for the 2020 event. Check back with us next year.

In the meantime, check out our Ultimate Guide to Shakespeare.

LIVE Kick-off event on February 18. Mystie and I will get your kids excited about the play with a character map and other activities.

Easy step-by-step lessons make Shakespeare so doable with elementary kids and up. You can’t miss with this easy-to-use plan.

Ideas to “play the play” (how kids learn best) as well as a bonus Q&A session for moms. PLUS memory work printables and more.

Our The Comedy of Errors lesson plan FREE download includes everything you need to join the challenge. Get it delivered to your inbox today!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What happens when I register?

Check your inbox for an email with your challenge packet. Print it out and start to collect the books you need. Be sure to check your local library for options. You will get periodic emails from us throughout the challenge period with tips and reminders.

Is there Christian content?

Mystie and I are Christian and that may influence our conversations and teaching to various degrees. We do welcome all homeschoolers to register regardless of faith.

How much does this cost?

Nothing! It is absolutely free.

What ages is this event for?

We have tried to make Shakespeare accessible for a wide range of ages. The lesson plans are designed for about mid-elementary through middle school, though younger and older kids can join in.

How quickly will replays be posted?

Usually the same day, but never more than 24 hours after an event.

How long will I have access to the event?

The Spring Into Shakespeare registration will remain open unti February 28. All event replays will be available until March 31.

Sorry! Registration is over for the 2020 event. Check back with us next year.

In the meantime, check out our Ultimate Guide to Shakespeare.

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