Kids will have fun learning the ABCs by guessing which animal goes with each letter in the alphabet. This durable board book features colorful illustrations with rich textures that young viewers will enjoy again and again.
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.
Helping kids become the best version of themselves involves becoming a lifelong learner. And quotes can be an incredible fuel to their daily fire. Quotes can shine a light on new ways of thinking, reveal how successful people handled their own learning, and inspire children in a fast and fun way. Many quotes on the pages that follow come from people who have made a big difference in the world. One common thing that binds them together is not just their impact, but their love of learning. This book focuses on connecting a love of learning to passion and good habits. Our hope is that it will, in some small way, help children on their journey to become a lifelong learner and a difference maker in the world.The inspiring words and people found in this book are at the heart of what we do at InspireMyKids. Our unwavering goal is to share inspiring, age-appropriate, real-life stories, quotes, media, and projects that help children become the best they can be and take positive action to make the world a better place. We have focused this collection of quotes on topics to help inspire learning. We selected quotes based on their potential appeal to children and then validated based on feedback by children.Whether you are an child, educator, parent, coach or mentor, we trust you will find inspiration in these pages.
"What's our most precious resource? Children. What's the most valuable thing any child can have? A parent who loves and values them and will help them become the best they can be. And where do fathers go for advice on being that kind of parent? Fathers, you say, not mothers? Now that's a tricky one. Not any more it's not. Finally, there is a practical parenting guide for men. Michael Grose has a track record in parenting books and now he has written the one Australian fathers have been waiting for, A Man's Guide to Raising Kids. At last, a book specifically written for men in the 21st century. He demolishes the myths ('Children are not safe around men'- Myth! 'Fathers need to forgive their own fathers before they can be good dads'- Myth! 'Busy dads are bad dads'- Myth!). He provides practical advice that's easy to understand and apply, and covers everything dads need to know. Topics include- Getting discipline right; How to raise both daughters and sons effectively; How their birth order affects your kids and how you should deal with that; Getting involved in their sports; Fathering after divorce or separation; Getting through their adolescence; The role of grandad
Motor Learning and Control: Concepts and Applications provides an introductory study of motor learning and control for students who aspire to become practitioners in exercise science, physical education, and other movement-oriented professions. The text opens with an introduction to motor skills and control, continues through attention, memory, and learning, and ends with a discussion of instruction, feedback, and practice methods. The text's strong research base, clear presentation and practical applications will help students build a solid foundation in motor skills and prepare them for further exploration on their own.