How to Double Your Child's Grades in School: Build Brilliance and Leadership in Your Child - From Kindergarten to College in Just 5 Minutes Per Day

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Barnes & Noble, Jan 11, 1999 - Education - 336 pages
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A classic bestseller. Does your child dread test days? Procrastinate over doing homework? Hate going to school-and perhaps even feel he's stupid for not catching on in class? It takes just minutes a day to improve a child's grades--and self-esteem--by leaps and bounds and give him or her a brighter future. Designed to maximize the potential of students in kindergarten through college, these time-tested, proven methods will turn B's into A's, C's into B's, and provide D students with dramatic improvements. The wonderfully simple techniques focus on three crucial areas of study: reading, writing, and arithmetic. Easy-to-follow lessons suggest ways to organize your child's study time, make mathematics fun, and help children express themselves clearly in writing. Try the tips for transforming kids into master readers in three steps, and give him or her the word power to understand new vocabulary without consulting a dictionary. There are even test-taking strategies and ways to overcome some of the problems associated with Attention Deficit Disorder.

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a nice book for students

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