Revised classic provides a humor-filled take on a sickening subject—homework—updated to address modern issues such as technology. Homework can be horrible! But homework isn’t going anywhere, and kids need to learn to do it—without throwing up. This updated classic provides specific tips for starting, doing, and finishing homework—and maybe even laughing while they learn. Kids will also learn how to make a homework schedule, when to do the hardest homework (first!), the benefits of doing homework, and more—serious suggestions delivered with wit and humor because laughter makes learning fun. Refreshed to address modern distractions like the Internet and electronic devices, this updated classic (with hilarious full-color illustrations) helps kids see that they can handle their homework and emphasizes how terrific it feels when they finish.
Being a good planner is handy whether one is getting ready to tackle a homework assignment, saving up for a new video game, or preparing for a birthday party. Everything from defining a specific objective before the planning process to creating alternative plans is covered in this colorful book, which even offers suggestions for events to plan, such as a car wash for charity. Without a doubt, planning is a lifelong skill best learned early for future success.
PSHE in the Primary School: Principles and Practice is an exciting new textbook to support, inform and inspire trainees, teachers and support staff at primary level. This unique text bonds essential subject knowledge with practical teaching skills, and covers topical issues such as bullying, resilience, behaviour for learning, and sex and relationships education. The book is divided into four distinct parts: Social Development and Education, including conflict resolution and celebrating diversity; Personal Development and Education, tackling topics such as emotional literacy and coping with life transitions; Coordinating PSHE offers guidance for new and aspiring PSHE coordinators in all aspects of their role, including curriculum design and assessment; and the final part looks to The Future of PSHE.
Presents and explains the five "Commitment to Learning Assets," which include achievement motivation, learning engagement, homework, bonding to adults at school, and reading for pleasure, along with tips for children on how to achieve them.
A Commonsense Guide to Helping Students Read and Write
Author: Jeanne Shay Schumm
Publisher: Free Spirit Pub
Written for readers who want to share the joy and power of reading, this is a comprehensive guide covering everything tutors need to know. It is recommended for anyone who plans to be a paid tutor, volunteer, student, or a family member who wants to help make a difference in someone's life.