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  • Item #: 062558
    ISBN: 9780887849701
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    ISBN: 9780887849718
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    ISBN: 9780887849763
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    ISBN: 9780887849770
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    ISBN: 9780887849787
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    ISBN: 9780887849794
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    ISBN: 9780887849657
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    ISBN: 9780887849664
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  • Item #: 042757
    ISBN: 9780976929895
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    This guide for college-bound Christians provides all kinds of tips on how to prepare for college and what to do when you get there. From a Christian point of view, it provides biblical guidelines on how to choose a career, things to consider when selecting a college, financial aid opportunities, preparing to learn and being a good student, communicating in the classroom, succeeding academically, writing research papers, maintaining your Christian worldview in college, thinking critically about your faith, supporting your beliefs in the college setting, and more. General information on both Christian and secular colleges is covered, with info on what to expect and how to prepare. The straightforward information and warnings about pitfalls to avoid will help students discern which direction God wants them to go in life and prepare them for what they will face while applying to and attending college. With real-life examples and stories, inspirational quotes, and thorough yet concise information, this book is a pleasure to read and will help students at a crossroads in their lives decide what they should do and then equip themselves to do it. It gives a general explanation on how to choose a college and career and what to expect during the application process and your first year or so. 122 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel
  • Item #: 056151
    ISBN: 9781613689813
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    (Publisher description) Developed by teachers, At-Home Tutor: Math provides engaging activities that motivate first-grade students to learn fundamental math skills. Each full-color activity focuses on a curriculum-based skill, covering: Number Names, Counting 1-100, Greater Than/Less Than, Addition/Subtraction, Fact Families, and Graphing. Plus, this book includes access to free online activities and timed tests that focus on addition facts from 11 to 18. These interactive activities create a fun learning game to motivate children to further practice key skills.At-Home Tutor: Math is perfect for enrichment at home and to help prepare young learners for the next grade level. Simple, straightforward activities make it easy for parents to guide their children. An answer key is included. 96 pages

  • Item #: 056152
    ISBN: 9781613689820
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    (Publisher description) Developed by teachers, At-Home Tutor: Math provides engaging activities that motivate second-grade students to learn fundamental math skills. Each full-color activity focuses on a curriculum-based skill, covering: Addition/Subtraction, Regrouping, Greater Than/Less Than, Time, Money, and Graphing. Plus, this book includes access to free online activities and timed tests that focus on subtraction facts. These interactive activities create a fun learning game to motivate children to further practice key skills.At-Home Tutor: Math is perfect for enrichment at home and to help prepare young learners for the next grade level. Simple, straightforward activities make it easy for parents to guide their children. An answer key is included. 96 pages

  • Item #: 056153
    ISBN: 9781613689806
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    (Publisher description) Developed by teachers, At-Home Tutor: Math provides engaging activities that motivate kindergartners to learn fundamental math skills. Each full-color activity focuses on a curriculum-based skill, covering: Counting, Addition/Subtraction, Shapes/Patterns, Time, and Graphing. Plus, this book includes access to free online activities and timed tests that focus on addition facts 1-10. These interactive activities create a fun learning game to motivate children to further practice key skills.At-Home Tutor: Math is perfect for enrichment at home and to help prepare young learners for the next grade level. Simple, straightforward activities make it easy for parents to guide their children. An answer key is included. 96 pages

  • Item #: 056154
    ISBN: 9781613689790
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    (Publisher description) Developed by teachers, At-Home Tutor: Math provides engaging activities that motivate young children to learn fundamental PreK skills. Each full-color activity focuses on a curriculum-based skill, covering: Number Skills, Counting 110, Shapes, Patterns, Addition & Subtraction, and Time. Plus, this book includes access to free online activities and timed tests that focus on counting. These interactive activities create a fun learning game to motivate children to further practice key skills.At-Home Tutor: Math is perfect for enrichment at home and to help prepare young learners for the next grade level. Simple, straightforward activities make it easy for parents to guide their children. An answer key is included. 96 pages

  • Item #: 010475
    ISBN: 9780823988631
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  • Item #: 024891
    ISBN: 9781410947703
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    Goes step by step through the basic math processes along with some very useful hints and tricks.
  • Item #: 034561
    ISBN: 9781576836002
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    This book offers advice for helping your kids to be creative; develop good study habits; improve basic skills like reading and writing and math; and enjoy learning.
  • Item #: 027801
    ISBN: 9780596514921
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    Although I get excited about a lot of new products, when I saw this one my first thought was, Why wasnt something like this available when I was in high school? Subtitled All Lab, No Lecture, and written for the do-it-yourselfers of all types and ages, I cant imagine a more fitting homeschool chemistry lab guide. Author Robert Bruce Thompson has studied chemistry most of his life after receiving a chemistry set for Christmas when he was a boy. With the growing realization both that the chemistry sets offered today have been so whittled down due to liability that they no longer can teach actual chemistry, and that schools often skimp on science, he was determined to write a complete lab manual for people truly interested in learning chemistry. And he has done a fantastic job.

    The lab manual contains two years worth of chemistry labs (including AP recommended labs), organized topically. Because this is lab material only, you may need to do a bit of coordinating to plan for labs that correlate with what you are studying in your chemistry text. Further aiding your lesson planning, he sorts out lists of labs in the introduction, providing three suggested lists of labs for high schoolers who are not planning on going into a science major in college, those who are planning on a science-related major in college, and those who are wanting to take the AP Chemistry test for college credit (a chart is also included here matching AP recommended experiments with particular labs in the book). You may want to modify these lists or even create your own, however, based on the chemistry curriculum you are using. Before we jump into the labs, however, there is plenty more good stuff to read, including information on setting up and using a lab notebook, lab safety information, guidance on assembling equipment for your home laboratory, and advice on obtaining chemicals for the lab. While I could gloss over this and go onto the labs, I want to reinforce how helpful these chapters will be both to you and your student. With the background of someone who has built and used his own home chemistry lab for years, he offers a wealth of knowledge on specific apparatus and chemicals that you wont find in any packaged chemistry curriculums teacher manual. In the chapter on equipping the lab, he goes into detail on specific types of glassware, and recommends specific sizes and quantities for each. This information is also helpfully found in a chart form as well. Other equipment, such as balances, heat sources, support stands, pipettes, thermometers, scoops, filter paper, rubber stoppers and more are covered separately, and he also provides a chart for these as well. I can appreciate how he keeps cost in mind, and often recommends substitutes or sources for items that he has found helpful. The last part of this chapter offers advice on where in your home to locate your chemistry lab (I have to grin, thinking of my own makeshift 1950s diner table in the corner of the dim basement). The chapter on obtaining chemicals is a gold mine all by itself (a tricky area, since some forms are classified as hazardous or restricted!). Here the author provides excellent reference material for the non-chemist/homeschool parent. He includes information on chemical names, how to understand chemical grades, information on chemical risk phrases and markings, safe chemical handling and storage. Next youll find charts of all recommended basic and supplemental chemicals (with suggested quantities) needed for the labs in the book, helpfully organized on a chart complete with storage codes, risk and safety phrases, and quantities (in grams and mL, not moles!). Also very helpful are the appended notes that provide sources and alternatives for the chemicals in the list. More extensive notes on recommended supply sources can be found at www.homechemlab.com. A few words on hazardous chemical shipping are also included. The last chapter before the labs provides explanation and instruction on common laboratory skills the student will need, like how to correctly measure liquids, use a balance, perform titrations, using various heat sources, cleaning glassware, and more. Inside the back cover youll also find a fold-out periodic table and a chart of formula weights for commonly used chemicals.

    The last 300+ pages of the book are devoted to the labs. These are grouped in chapters according to topic, as mentioned above, so you may be jumping around the book completing them according to your chosen chemistry text rather than completing the labs front to back. Topics covered in the lab chapters include: separating mixtures, solubility and solutions, colligative properties of solutions, introduction to chemical reactions and stoichiometry, reduction-oxidation reactions, acid-base chemistry, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, gas chemistry, thermochemistry and calorimetry, electrochemistry, photochemistry, colloids and suspensions, qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, synthesis of useful compounds, forensic chemistry. Each lab contains background information and advice, a checklist of equipment and chemicals, a step-by-step procedure, charts with blanks to guide lab report recording, and long-answer review questions based on the lab. The layout is extremely easy to read and well-organized, and also often contains full-color photos of set-ups or results. Side notes on substitutes and modifications, optional activities, and comments from the authors technical editors all make these labs non-threatening, as if you have a team of experts to support you. Because the review questions are all related directly to the experiment, the answers should be attainable for the student. Unfortunately, no answers are included in the book (which fits with the spirit of self-discovery found throughout), but if you absolutely need them, you can subscribe to the authors newsletter ($18 per year) and receive an electronic copy. The e-mail newsletter contains additional labs and updates. Whether or not you subscribe, you should definitely check out www.homechemlab.com for the lists of corrections found since the books publication.

    In summary, I would stack this lab guide up against any lab manual from a purely school/educational publisher. You cant beat the price for the treasure trove of practical information and advice from someone who has been there, done that before, also on a budget. Its extremely user-friendly for both the student and the parent and the professional-looking, with ample use of charts and photos make it easy on the eye as well. Have I said enough yet? Perhaps so; I think its time for me to go start setting up my own lab, this time as a hobbyist! 416 pgs, pb. Jess

  • Item #: 031449
    ISBN: 9780761563600
    Retail: $18.00
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    Almost every homeschooling parent has at least a few original games or activities they have created to help teach their kids important concepts. Some are more elaborate while others are very simple, but all are fun, easily-implemented ideas that take advantage of everyday events or objects to build childrens skills. While it is easy to exchange helpful ideas with the parents next-door or in a homeschooling group, this book was created to help share those hundreds of tried-and-true ideas among thousands of homeschoolers. Linda Dobson has collected over five-hundred educational ideas from homeschooling parents all over the U.S. and published them here to use with children ages 3-12. Without a doubt, the common ingredient of all these activities is fun, an essential part of any activity that is to be loved by children. Two helpful introductory chapters share about how children learn and their needs in learning and then provide encouragement to homeschooling parents on how they can provide children a real education in their own home which recognizes and attends to those needs. The rest of the chapters hold the ammunition - engaging and educational activities that can be easily implemented in your home. Organized by subject, chapters focus on math, reading, writing, spelling and vocabulary, science, history and geography, and art. The end chapters hold a more random assortment. One holds activities that arent necessarily "school subjects" but are valuable nonetheless such as developing good character traits, manners, physical education, household activities, health and safety, listening skills, and others. Another is a compilation of some of the easiest and cheapest ideas, along with some specifically for groups. The next chapter is especially appropriate - organization. Here are handy tips for Mom (and Dad) to help organize their home, school, time, and money - "homeschooling style," of course. Lastly, appropriately titled "Across the Curriculum," this unit provides a place for special, flexible activities that can be used to teach any subject. As all homeschoolers know, every situation provides a unique opportunity for learning - let this book help you make the most out of your time. Steph

  • Item #: 053230
    ISBN: 9781605294629
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    Subtitled Radical Home-ec for a Post-Consumer World this book lives up to its name. Whether youre looking to save a little bit of money, live a little more green, or become as self-sustaining as possible (humanure, anyone?), you will find projects in this book that fit your goal and time. Organized by how much time they take and how often you perform them, this book is divided into five main sections: things you do daily, weekly, monthly, seasonally, and just once. In general, the less often you perform an activity, the more time it takes, so daily activities may take only a few minutes, while projects near the end might take several hours to accomplish but will last for years. In the first section youll find simple projects such as making your own personal care products and home cures for mild common ailments. The weekly section revolves around the ongoing maintenance of the house, mostly cooking and cleaning, with directions for cooking your own stocks, condiments, and other food stuffs, along with household cleaners and laundry products. More food processes are included in the month to month section. In general, they have short preparation times, but involve transformative processes that add up to a month of waiting time, such as sauerkraut, kimchi, and gravlax (lox). This section also contains projects like foraging feral greens; drying, infusing, and tincturing herbs; making salves, and other natural alternative products like deodorant and bug repellent. Projects in the season to season section yield results that last for months at a time, such as making your bar soaps, slaughtering chickens, planting a garden (preparing seeds, preparing the bed), creating fertilizer from weeds, saving seeds, learning to espaliar, and making your own vinegar, mead, and home brew. The last chapter is devoted to infrastructure - permanent systems that may take a few hours to complete, but will last for years. This is where you delve into areas such as beekeeping, composting, drip irrigation, worm farming, and building a chicken coop. With 70 projects overall, you can jump right in to whatever interests you. The more you take on, the more you will discover that many processes are interrelated, and the more you will in turn become a producer instead of a consumer. And just in case you are thinking youd love to be more self sustaining but dont have the space, know that the authors homestead is a 1/12 acre plot in the middle of Los Angeles! Yet, over time, theyve managed to learn how to use their space efficiently to truly embrace the art of do-it-yourself living, and are passing all of their tips on, so that anyone, anywhere, can reap the benefits from the home made. Steph

  • Item #: 025913
    ISBN: 9780971889514
    Retail: $21.95
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    Why is it that Charlotte Mason homeschooling manuals seem to ooze warm, fuzzy snugglies? Whenever I spend time with one I want to start homeschooling all over again and read a LOT more books. Real Learning is like that. I came away re-convinced that relationships and character are more important than academics and that academics are really best conquered in an atmosphere of inquisitive learning; in fact, a lifestyle of learning.

    Written by and for Catholic homeschoolers, quotes from the venerable Ms. Mason are placed alongside those of a much less well known (but equally wise) contemporary – Saint Teresa Benedicta (Edith Stein). Amidst a companionable array of insightful observations from these two wise ones, our author gives us a tour of all-things homeschooling with chapters on each of the major subjects (language arts, math, history, science, and religion) as well as more particular topics – art, “special blessings� (children with learning difficulties), and sports. Interestingly however, I personally felt most blessed by the material on the practical side of living (er, I mean homeschooling) – chores, dealing with bad days, and character-building. The author recognizes that “education at home works so well because parent educators naturally dedicate their hearts and souls to touching the hearts and souls of their children.� However, that dedication can lead to burnout, and that’s where the practical suggestions found in the burnout chapter might just make the difference between the success and seeming failure of your homeschooling experience as you avoid or recover from “going down in flames.�

    Elizabeth Foss shares straight from the heart of her Catholic and homeschooling experience, but her book provides an ever broader picture as she includes the in-their-own-words advice and experiences of a number of homeschooling veterans. Designed to serve as an educational framework, the author takes the reader by the hand and helps her organize and orientate her homeschool. She makes the journey pleasant with vintage artwork as well as carefully selected pieces of the various artistic endeavors of her own and others’ children. She also leaves the reader with the “piece de resistance� – a lovely, age/grade-leveled booklist for “reading around the year.� There’s really nothing left to do but read, absorb, enjoy, and employ. Janice

  • Item #: 031643
    ISBN: 9781465402325
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Young learners learn best when activities last five to ten minutes, before they drift off-task. The 10 Minutes a Day series takes this research to heart, providing quick math exercises for children perfect for those time-to-fill moments at home, and based on one of the best and most effective learning strategies: little and often. Each book includes a ten-minute timer, beat the clock exercises, and easily photocopied pages, as well as tips, guidance, and answers for parents. In order to align with the Common Core State Standards, in 10 Minutes a Day: Math Kindergarten children can practice addition and subtraction, analyze, compare, and create shapes, count the number of objects in a category and more to build math skills.
  • Item #: 057993
    ISBN: 9780375430480
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Building a strong foundation in basic math is essential as kindergarteners prepare to advance to more difficult math concepts. The activities in this 3-in-1 Super Workbook are designed to help your student become familiar with numbers and counting, patterns, shape recognition, measurement, and more. They will help your child catch up, keep up, and get aheadand best of all, to have lots of fun doing it! Here are some of the great features you'll find inside: BASIC MATH Pond Crossing To help the frog jump across the pond, children follow a path of numbers, reinforcing number sequence. MATH GAMES & PUZZLES Picking Pairs Drawing lines to connect objects that belong together, like a paintbrush and watercolor set, pail and shovel, or animals with their homes, sharpens sorting skills. SHAPES & GEOMETRY Off the Wall By matching framed pictures to faded shapes where they used to hang on a wall, children reinforce their knowledge of shapes. Give your child's confidence a boost with Kindergarten Super Math Success!
  • Item #: 058072
    ISBN: 9789810189761
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics Common Core Edition helps Kindergarten students build a strong foundation in mathematics through fun-filled lessons and activities. Hands-on tasks, meaningful activities and attractive illustrations rich in mathematical content engage students' active participation in the learning process. This Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics series has been updated to align with the Common Core State Standards. Designed to provide a systematic and focused introduction to essential mathematical concepts and basic reasoning skills, and easy-to-follow guidance in various forms to allow for meaningful intervention by both parents and teachers. Textbooks A and B are designed to form the foundation level for Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition. Mathematical concepts are developed in a systematic, engaging, and fun way. Every unit comprises several lessons, each with a focused learning outcome. Detailed teaching notes at the bottom of the pages provide guidelines to help teachers develop lessons and concepts systematically. Written exercises that focus on repetition ensure the reinforcement of mathematics facts and concepts. Review/Assess pages at the end of each unit assess the students' mastery of key learning objectives. Math at Home activities in tear-out sheets provide opportunities for meaningful family involvement in the students' leaning process. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for parents are provided in the teaching notes.
  • Item #: 058073
    ISBN: 9789810189778
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics Common Core Edition helps Kindergarten students build a strong foundation in mathematics through fun-filled lessons and activities. Hands-on tasks, meaningful activities and attractive illustrations rich in mathematical content engage students' active participation in the learning process. This Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics series has been updated to align with the Common Core State Standards. Designed to provide a systematic and focused introduction to essential mathematical concepts and basic reasoning skills, and easy-to-follow guidance in various forms to allow for meaningful intervention by both parents and teachers. Textbooks A and B are designed to form the foundation level for Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition. Mathematical concepts are developed in a systematic, engaging, and fun way. Every unit comprises several lessons, each with a focused learning outcome. Detailed teaching notes at the bottom of the pages provide guidelines to help teachers develop lessons and concepts systematically. Written exercises that focus on repetition ensure the reinforcement of mathematics facts and concepts. Review/Assess pages at the end of each unit assess the students' mastery of key learning objectives. Math at Home activities in tear-out sheets provide opportunities for meaningful family involvement in the students' leaning process. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for parents are provided in the teaching notes.
  • Item #: 031569
    ISBN: 9781465402301
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Young learners learn best when activities last five to ten minutes, before they drift off-task. The 10 Minutes a Day series takes this research to heart, providing quick math exercises for children perfect for those time-to-fill moments at home, and based on one of the best and most effective learning strategies: little and often. Each book includes a ten-minute timer, beat the clock exercises, and easily photocopied pages, as well as tips, guidance, and answers for parents. In order to align with the Common Core State Standards, in 10 Minutes a Day: Math Fifth Grade children will learn to write and interpret numerical expressions, classify two-dimensional figures based on their properties, convert like measurement units, graph points on a coordinate plane and more to build math skills.
  • Item #: 031605
    ISBN: 9781465402295
    Retail: $9.99
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Young learners learn best when activities last five to ten minutes, before they drift off-task. The 10 Minutes a Day series takes this research to heart, providing quick math exercises for children perfect for those time-to-fill moments at home, and based on one of the best and most effective learning strategies: little and often. Each book includes a ten-minute timer, beat the clock exercises, and easily photocopied pages, as well as tips, guidance, and answers for parents. In order to align with the Common Core State Standards, in 10 Minutes a Day: Math Fourth Grade children can develop an understanding of multi-digit multiplication, addition and subtraction of fractions with common denominators, understand concepts of angles, solve word problems, and more to build math skills.
  • Item #: 031654
    ISBN: 9781465402318
    Retail: $9.99
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Young learners learn best when activities last five to ten minutes, before they drift off-task. The 10 Minutes a Day series takes this research to heart, providing quick math exercises for children perfect for those time-to-fill moments at home, and based on one of the best and most effective learning strategies: little and often. Each book includes a ten-minute timer, beat the clock exercises, and easily photocopied pages, as well as tips, guidance, and answers for parents. In order to align with the Common Core State Standards, in 10 Minutes a Day: Math Second Grade children can build fluency with addition and subtraction, solve word problems involving simple multiplication and subtraction, describe and analyze shapes, work with time and money, interpret data on picture and bar graphs and more to build math skills.
  • Item #: 005654
    ISBN: 9780399528095
    Retail: $17.00
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    Resulting from his work with dyslexics, Ron Davis (author of The Gift of Dyslexia) has developed effective techniques to address other learning difficulties often associated with dyslexia - ADD, dyscalculia (trouble with math) and dysgraphia (trouble with handwriting). Coming to an introductory understanding of the learning theory behind these techniques has literally reoriented my thinking on the subject - and reorientation is what his methodologies are all about. It all has to do with whether we utilize verbal conceptualization (thinking with the sounds of symbols and words) or nonverbal conceptualization (thinking with visual images). Dyslexics are primarily picture thinkers; but this method of thinking is subliminal - faster than the person can be aware of - and therefore most dyslexics are not aware of what their minds are doing. When an individual becomes disoriented (such as happens when you look at an optical illusion), perception becomes distorted. Many picture thinkers learn to use disorientation very early in life and it seems to work - until the child starts school, that is, and tries to learn the symbols of language. A picture thinking child will encounter so many sources of confusion in a single sentence that disorientations spontaneously occur, one after another. If the main problem is with reading, the child is labeled dyslexic. If the disorientation causes his sense of time to distort and his attention to jump around, he has ADD. If it affects math, he has dyscalculia. If it causes bad handwriting, he has dysgraphia. By showing a dyslexic how to turn off the disorientations at the moment they occur, and then helping him find and master the symbolic information that triggered the disorientation (and the majority of this book is detailed instruction in how to do this), the reading, math, writing, and spelling problems begin to disappear. Janice

  • Item #: 025211
    ISBN: 9781616017644
    Retail: $4.49
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Every day your child is acquiring the skills needed for entry into the world beyond family and home. This book provides practice in number and shape recognition, number writing, number value, number conservation, classification, sets, and patterns. The activities in this book may seem simplistic, but their mastery is essential. Repetition is key, but remember to have fun! Research has shown that the brain is more receptive to learning and acquiring skills when not under stress. Upon your childs completion of each activity, use the provided incentive chart and stickers to track progress and celebrate your childs success. Whether students need extra practice with grade-level skills or a head start on next year, Stick Kids Workbooks offer engaging activities, games, and puzzles that help make learning lots of fun. Each 56-page book features full-color activities, a list of the skills, and an explanation of why those skills are important for development. Also included are helpful tips, an answer key, a handy tracking sheet, stickers for acknowledging achievements, and appearances by the lovable Stick Kids! These right-sized (7 x 9) skill practice workbooks are perfect for use at school, or as entertaining activities on the go. Tuck them into a backpack, purse, or travel bag. Great for school breaks, vacations, and year-long practice. SKILLS Number recognition Number conservation Shape recognition Classification Writing numbers Patterns Number value HOW YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT LEARNING Prompt your childs counting when the two of you count things you see or the steps you take. Count objects one by one, and then state the number that tells how many altogether to help your childs comprehension of number value. Move or separate objects and show your child that the total number stays the same. This concept is called the conservation of number. Look for and name natural patterns to support your childs understanding of patterning. Use reallife opportunities to practice matching, measuring, and classifying objects.
  • Item #: 025126
    ISBN: 9781616017767
    Retail: $4.49
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Every day your child is acquiring skills needed for entry into the world beyond family and home. Arrival at school brings both new learning experiences and novel applications of what your child already knows. Math comprises a large part of the Kindergarten curriculum. This book provides repeated practice of essential math skills your child will encounter in school. Although some of the activities in this book may appear to be simplistic, their mastery is essential for your childs success in Kindergarten math. In addition, the tasks in this book are also designed to strengthen your childs ability to problem-solve, think critically, and become familiar with the academic language commonly used in the school setting. Upon your child's completion of each activity, use the provided incentive chart and stickers to track progress and celebrate your childs success. Whether students need extra practice with grade-level skills or a head start on next year, Stick Kids Workbooks offer engaging activities, games, and puzzles that help make learning lots of fun. Each 56-page book features full-color activities, a list of the skills, and an explanation of why those skills are important for development. Also included are helpful tips, an answer key, a handy tracking sheet, stickers for acknowledging achievements, and appearances by the lovable Stick Kids! These right-sized (7 x 9) skill practice workbooks are perfect for use at school, or as entertaining activities on the go. Tuck them into a backpack, purse, or travel bag. Great for school breaks, vacations, and year-long practice. SKILLS Number recognition Skip counting Shape recognition Patterns One-to-one correspondence Simple addition Number sets Simple subtraction Counting order HOW YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT LEARNING Create a calm, quiet setting in which to complete the activities. Carefully read the directions aloud to your child. Provide manipulatives, such as paper clips, beans, coins, and counting blocks, to model problems and connect meaning to the written words and numbers. Practice counting aloud to increasingly higher numbers as your child becomes more fluent in number order. Encourage your child to identify and name shapes in his or her environment.
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