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Who Am I?

My name is Elizabeth Kouma (kōw-muh).

I’m primarily a follower of Christ, wife, and mama of 4 loved children.

I'm also a licensed Spanish teacher and homesteader.

You can check out my Youtube channel or Facebook farm page

to see some of my life outside of Spanish class.


I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Spanish as well as a teacher’s license for teaching K-12 Spanish from Colorado State University in 2013

Experience Snapshot:

  • I was hired at Heritage Christian Academy (where I attended high school) following graduation from college to teach Spanish for the following classes:

Introduction to Spanish, Spanish I, Spanish II, and Spanish III/IV for one year before our first child was born 

  • Every year since then I have taught private Spanish classes for children and youth ages 2-20 with classes ranging from about 2-12 students

  • I have extensive experience with children and youth, from my own experiences being part of a foster-adopt family, working as a Children’s MInistry Coordinator, and having 4 children of my own!

Feel free to check out my resume via the LinkedIn link above for more information and my work history


I utilize a highly effective method of teaching called TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling), learn more about that below

More about me:

Born in Arizona, I grew up in Colorado. I got married to my wonderful husband in 2013.


For many years, life was a whirlwind: a move to Wyoming, a move within Wyoming, a move back to Colorado, another move within Colorado, several job changes for my husband, 3 home births, 1 adoption, move to Missouri! Whew!

Now, life in the southeast Missouri country is settling down after many busy years. We currently have goats, chickens, rabbits, bees, an orchard, and a raised bed as we work toward raising a bunch of our own food holistically and naturally!


Here are some of the things that I love:

God. My family. Gardening. Homesteading. Teaching Spanish!

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