Beyond the bus stop: 180 ways to help your child succeed in school

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Heinemann, 1999 - Education - 197 pages
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Success in school doesn't happen by itself. Children need their parents' assistance. So Robert Weyhmuller has compiled 180 sure-fire ways parents can help children triumph in school--one for each day of the school year. Areas covered include: reading, writing, math, conduct, study skills, and homework. Throughout the book, the author emphasizes the importance of building children's self-esteem and developing a parent-teacher partnership.

This handy book contains no educational jargon--just practical, hands-on suggestions that every parent can put into immediate practice.

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Contents

Support Your Childs Reading Tips 1119
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Support Your Childs Writing Tips 2027
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Support Your Childs Math Skills Tips 2836
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About the author (1999)

Robert E. Weyhmuller, Jr., is a learning disabilities teacher/consultant with more than twenty years experience in public education. Weyhmuller is active in education associations and has published articles in several magazines. He lives in Somers Point, New Jersey.