Welcome to our new site!

Why having a native speaker introduce English to a child is beneficial
Learning English with Tasha and Benji: Volume One Now Available!

Welcome to our new site!

Introducing Samantha’s Stories Inc. and its founder Samantha Weiland

What is the best gift you can give your children? It is the gift of learning a new language. This is one gift you can provide for them that could potentially benefit them over the course of their lives. Childhood is a time of unparalleled desire for learning and a new language is a rich subject that many children enjoy the most. At this age, they can learn much more quickly than adults, especially if they are provided with the right materials and encouragement.

That is where Samantha’s Stories comes in. I am Samantha and I am an American teacher, holding both a license by the State of California and an MA in education. I have many years of teaching experience, both in the classroom, and in the online world. I teach both children and adults, and I was an elementary school ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher for more than 10 years.

Unfortunately, a heart problem took me out of the classroom for several years, but now I am able to work again. During my convalescence, I created a series of children’s books about a girl named Tasha and her dog Benji. They were designed specifically for non-English speaking children and introduce basic vocabulary concepts in a fun and easy way.

The videos posted on our site are free to access, each month parents will be able to purchase an electronic or paper version of two new stories.  We also offer private lessons for more advanced students via Skype. Parents are encouraged to message us and schedule a meeting with one of our teachers as well as a free 20-minute trial lesson for their child.



Samantha Weiland has a BA and MA in English Education and is a licensed teacher in California. She has been teaching for 15 years 5 years specializing in online English education. She is found to be an empathetic teacher, always working to understand where her students are having problems and developing solutions to help them get over their hurdles. Her ability to understand what the student’s issues are, allow her to develop creative curriculum to suit each individual’s English language needs.

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