PRLog - July 30, 2014 - Written by two experienced and successful (and, frankly, brilliant and talented) elementary school teachers, this reference book and user-friendly manual contains one activity a day for parents to use with their children.
365 Teacher Secrets
Twelve parts address the full range of topics studied in elementary school, including:
· - getting organized and developing lasting work habits;
· - getting the school year off to a good start and keeping it running;
· - developing a love of reading;
· - helping your child develop strategies to improve reading comprehension;
· - helping your child write creatively and correctly;
· - learning grammar strategies;
· - making math easy;
· - making science come alive in your household;
· - making social studies relevant to the family;
· - developing better spelling skills;
· - developing critical thinking skills; and
· - building self-esteem & self-reliance.
Although this book is for adults, the winners will be children!
- Dr. Beth Feiten, Roosevelt Elementary School, West Bloomfield, Michigan
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Parent and teacher Cindy McKinley has authored two award-winning children’s books: One Smile and One Voice. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in the Teaching of Reading. Her 22 years of teaching elementary school children inspired this book: “Parents always ask me what they can do to help their kids at home; this book is the answer.”
Parent and teacher Patti Trombly has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in the Teaching of Reading. After years of teaching elementary school, she now works at the College for Creative Studies and teaches Developmental English Composition at Oakland Community College.
Many projects at home and at school can involve the entire family. Every person can contribute something. Let your child contribute, too, to your endeavors. The more you open up communication for the whole family, the more support everyone receives. Decide today that the success of your child is important and worthy of everyone's effort.
-excerpt from 365 Teacher Secrets for Parents