Free Tips For Your Child's SuccessWritten by Frank W. Thatcher Jr.
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OK, now I have opened up a very large can of worms, haven't I? Don't get discouraged. Many questions do arise, all of which can be answered. Questions such as: How much time should my child spend reading? How many days a week? What should my child read? The most frequent question: What can I do to get my child to sit and read when he or she can be rather resistant to idea? Contact me at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond.
There are no quick easy answers. Below I have suggested materials and for purpose of this article I will tell you this much, all strategies depend on many different factors specific to your child's needs. I can and will give you needed suggestions and FREE advice on these matters by email. Contact me at mailto:email@example.com and I will make every effort to help you out. Some suggested materials: Hooked on Phonics at http://paperl.com/clk/raussungendendschertz and/or Homebound downloadable coloring and story books for kindergarten and primary (4-8 years) at http://hop.clickbank.net/?frankw/homebound Both are excellent resources. As I said, so much depends on your individual child and his or her personal characteristics, levels, abilities, and needs. Contact me for support!
Frank Thatcher is an experienced educator specializing in many areas such as behavior modifications, emotional challenges, and parenting skills. He has assisted many in setting goals and experiencing success. For FREE advice relating to Your needs, contact Mr. Thatcher at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Visit http://www.onlineshoppersmarket.com for great resources!
The Gift of TeachingWritten by Arleen M. Kaptur
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With approach of a new upcoming school year, may all teachers (parents, educators, neighbors, writers, etc.) brace themselves for wonderful task at hand. To further education of any child is richest, most rewarding experience in life. There can be no more noble undertaking than to lead a child to investigating, challenging themselves and their surroundings, attempting, and succeeding at skills and subjects that will let this child open doors to his/her future. From a parent giving an example of honesty, a neighbor pointing out beauty of a newly born kitten, a teacher who brings a subject or book to life, and a writer who paints a "word" picture of a sunset, all these individuals play such an important role in formation and future of this child.
When a child's environment is rich with caring, loving people who want only to bring sunshine of knowledge and capability into this child's world, then possibilities are endless, potential without limit. A book contains written words, a fanciful tale, recorded experiences of an individual, or peculiarities of a location, but a "teacher" can infuse life and reality into material. History becomes a wealth of evolvement and ancestry, science is a world of not-yet-discovered solutions, and realm of language is transformed into building blocks to reach stars.
To a wonderful new school year ENJOY! ©Arleen M. Kaptur 2002 August
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