From a certified teacher and founder of an online tutoring website-a simple and effective guide for parents and students to learn math at home. Studies show that parental involvement results in better grades, higher test scores, and better chances on future academic success. Tutoring has proven to be an effective way to improve grades. But, few parents realize that they can, in fact, be their child's best tutor! It's Stuart Ackerman's goal to get parents to understand curriculum documents to help their own children at home. Ackerman - who has been a regular guest on radio and television - gives families the tools they need to 'self-tutor' their kids without even opening a textbook. The book features all the subject areas in math from grades 1-6 and gives real-life, hands-on math skills that kids can learn with help from their parents. Learn'Em Good also provides a section of the most common math problem areas and shows parents how they can easily help their children succeed in math class. This book will help you: 1. Understand your child's curriculum. 2. Use effective and easy methods to help your child learn math at home. 3. Help your child understand basic and advanced math concepts. 4. Improve your child's math skills.
The US Census Bureau estimates that over 8 million children enroll in nursery school or kindergarten every year. The educational success of these children depends largely on their knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, colors, and opposites. The I Like to Learn Opposites: Amazing Bugs teaches children these fundamental skills in a fun, playful, yet very effective way. The whimsically illustrated board book will help children learn their opposites with rich and colorful depictions of bugs. With beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, it’s a fun and exciting way of learning opposites that kids will never tire of.
The further adventures of Isabel and her Family: The Sisters and Brothers of Nature. Danger, adventure, mystery and amazement surround these magical kids in the most exciting chapter of the Little Witch series yet! Maybe this is the end ... or maybe not!
Would you like to know if you are truly listening to God? Do you frequently wish to discover your divine calling? Would you like to live confidently and cultivate an enduring legacy for future generations? So did Chad Gramling. In Listen Up, Kids: Foolish Dreams, Syncing with God, & Running to Win, author Chad Gramling shares his personal journey from a misfiring shell of a man into a fulfilled and purposeful servant of God. Originally meant to be a modest and heartfelt letter to his three daughters, it instead became a book filled with key life lessons and is an inspiring model for others to apply in their own walks with Christ. He shows readers how his acknowledging and relying upon God's strength enabled him to overcome life obstacles like deep-rooted shame, extreme worry and guilt-ridden fears. In the process, readers get an intimate view of God perfectly preparing Gramling's life for greater and more fulfilling purposes.
For many years now, the world has been insisting that everyone should speak English. But across the world, countries have provided their young with initiatives to learn other languages also. Yet in recent months, Americans have now come to realize that there is now a need for people to able to speak languages that are more specialized. Certainly the fact is that one language which many schools are now considering including within their curriculum's, not just in the USA, but around the world is Chinese. Presently, 1.3 billion people speak Chinese around the world, and of this, 885 million speak Mandarin (the official language of China), which also happens to be the most dominant dialect. Currently in the USA, only 24,000 students (Grades 7 through to 12) are actually studying this language, but their numbers are steadily growing. However, the biggest problem that many educators in the US are facing when it comes to expanding their Chinese programs, is finding people who are actually qualified to teach it. There are only a few Universities in the USA which offer programs to allow people to train and gain their teacher's certification in teaching the Chinese language. One University (George Mason) included a program which would allow people to gain their teacher's certificate for teaching Mandarin, and a total of 2 people enrolled on the course. This is where exchange courses come in useful, and are very critical to helping ensure that this language, along with Arabic, can be taught in US schools. However for those that are interested in learning the Chinese language, you will find it can be very difficult. So you need to be prepared to spend a good deal of your spare time, as you will find it will take some time to learn. However, through this book, we hope to provide you with some useful information that will help you to learn Chinese.