Rachel and the TreeSchoolers
Rachel Coleman and her brother, Aaron de Azevedo, were recently invited to KSL, the Salt Lake NBC affiliate station. They talk about why they are creating Rachel & The TreeSchoolers and how you can join Signing Time families to fund
5 Easy Ways To Share Rachel & The Treeschoolers YOU, our Signing Time Families, are creating new episodes of Rachel & The TreeSchoolers. Well, we’ll film the videos, but right now, you are the ones telling us how many episodes
Rachel Coleman is traveling to Colorado, Arizona, Massachusetts, and California for a handful of once-in-a-lifetime events created for Signing Time Families like yours. You can hang out with Rachel and have coffee together. Or you can attend a pizza party
Up-Close with Rachel Coleman is an exclusive Signing Time Concert where you pick the songs. Limited to only 100 seats, in an intimate venue you will be “up-close” to Rachel, Alex, Leah and Hopkins. This event is being offered through
Dear Friend, Here at Two Little Hands, we have been told by TV executives that our newest shows are too educational for television. I don’t think our shows teach too much – I think most TV shows teach too little.