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Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... This leaves students and parents with the important task of supplementing education at home. Parents truly need to be partners in the learning process to ensure that our children stay ahead. Parents, you do not need to be a mathematician to give your child the gift of mathematics. You only need to guide them on the right path. It is never too early or too late to start enjoying math at home with your child. There is a strong focus on the value of reading to children when they are young – ...

College in the Fifties by Kenneth Hoffman
... would not donate one penny much less four thousand dollars. And this for her oldest grandson who was named (middle names of Charles Virgil) after her husband and great grandfather. She said that they wouldn't dare touch the principle, since they still had two homes to support and the country club and all. Now don't get the idea that I am at all bitter about this fiasco, just disappointed that I didn't get to finish. Plan B, which was to be a professional photographer worked out fine.

An Organized School Year In 10 Easy Steps by Sherrie Le Masurier
... Make it a habit to sort thorough your child’s backpack with her the same day it comes home. Depending on your schedule allot some time after school or after dinner. Sign permission forms and record important school events at the same time. Record everything on a family calendar. One of best ways to keep on top of everyone’s schedule is to have a central spot where things are recorded and easily referred to. A large family calendar in a high traffic area like the kitchen is a great way of ...

Parents --- Homeschooling Can Take a Lot Less Time Than You Think by Joel Turtel
... Moreover, unlike the public school child, whose day is largely taken up by non-task activities, the homeschooled child has ample time left each day to take part in other activities — athletics, art, history, etc” So, according to the authors, if home-schooled children study for only two hours a day, year round, they will get three times more educational hours on academic basics like reading, writing, and arithmetic than public-school students get.

Easy and Effective - Creating a Comprehensive Marketing Plan for Your Home Business by Patrysha Korchinski
... If you have young children at home, you may want to book two hours to allow time for interruptions. Once you’ve blocked off this time, you will want to gather up your supplies. If you are a paper planner you will need: A notepad A calculator A calendar A pen A pencil Highlighters Post It Notes *Easy Access to past and present business records Working near the computer (if you keep your records online) or filing cabinet will ensure you can keep working.

Make Your Home Party a Success! by Anita DeFrank
... known who you'd prefer the checks to be written. Make sure you thank each guest who purchases and give them a copy of the completed order form. Ending the Show… Make sure you once again thank the hostess for having the show. Be sure to thank each guest for coming as they leave whether they made a purchase or not. Don't forget to have all the needed information to contact guests after the party concerning their orders or potentially hosting a party themselves. And don't forget to have fun!

Love, Uncles, and Etymology by Arnold Romanofski
... “See where the lightning hit and burned the tree, leaving it without leaves and scarred. So, a rampike is a dead tree. This particular one was killed by lightning,” I emphasized. “A rampike,” Laurel said. “A rampike,” Douglas said. “Rampike!” Andrew screamed. One by one they enunciated the alien word. They had gotten it. They had learned a new word. I could see their self-esteem growing because they had learned something that only adults knew! Later, I was playing with Laurel.

Excess And Deficiency - The Most Powerful Words You Will Ever Use In Creating A Love Filled Life by Christopher Walker
... Lets say two children are playing and one of the parents thinks their child is deficient, didn’t get a lucky break, or even that the parent fears that the child will get a rough time like they did, then the parent starts to go into excess on the child. They over protect, over provide in excess. They think that over compensating the deficiency of the child is going to cure the child, make them happy where the parent wasn’t but instead they actually breed the very problem they worry about.

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