Achieving Success At School by Karen Campbell, Katrina Kahler

Help Your Elementary-Aged Child With Reading, Spelling, Writing and Math

Achieving success at school

Did you know that you as a parent can actually be the difference between your child succeeding and failing at school? If your child is struggling in Elementary School or Primary School, then you can help them to grasp the basic essential skills in Reading, Writing, Spelling, Math and Scientific Processes. 

Over the past 30 years Karen Campbell and Katrina Kahler (both expert teachers and parenting advisors) have assisted hundreds of parents who wanted to help their child, but just didn't know how. This ebook will give you the strategies and activities that will definitely make a difference to your child's learning and future education. 

This is Book 6 of a series of books on how you can help your child, not only academically, but with personal and social skills, early teaching of infants, communicating with your kids, puberty education (without all the heavy sex stuff that young kids don't need to know about), how to make and keep friends, how to change your child's behavior today and how to raise a confident, positive, resilient and focused child. 

All of these books are combined in 'The Parenting Trap', a must read for all parents. 

Karen and Katrina are on a mission to share their knowledge and experience with parents worldwide. They want to show you how to help your child to achieve their full potential and lead happy and successful lives.

About the Author:

Karen Campbell and Katrina Kahler are award winning teachers (National Inspirational Teaching Award) who have taught children aged from 5 to 13 over the past 20 years.They have written a series of easy to read books on Parenting Skills. Topics include Confident Kids, How to Improve Your Child's Behavior Today, Communicating with Kids, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Kids, Smart Baby, Achieving Success at School and The Puberty Bomb.

Both Karen and Katrina have taught for many years and they each have two teenage children, so they know how kids tick. Both ladies are Parenting experts and have developed a website called How To Help Children. 

Genre: EDUCATION / Elementary

Secondary Genre: EDUCATION / Preschool & Kindergarten

Language: English

Keywords: elementary education, reading, spelling, math, tutoring, writing, mathematics

Word Count: 18830

Sales info:

This book is number 4 in the series called, "Positive Parenting." It is a fabulous series which assists parents with helping their children to achieve their full potentia.

Sample text:

Introduction -The biggest gift you as a parent can give your child is the gift of self-belief and confidence. While the biggest mistake you can make is to put your child down, tell them that they probably will not be successful and criticize them.

We want to tell you a story about a little 7-year-old boy called Dan (not his real name). He came to our class with a huge attitude. He told us he hated school, hated teachers, hated the kids in his class and hated the principal. He told us that he was dumb and would never learn to read or do maths and that we may as well give up trying. We persisted with him, showed him kindness and made him feel liked and respected. As his attitude towards us changed, so did his behavior and his fellow classmates started to play with him and let him play with them during lunch breaks.

Dan didn’t like to be given special attention. He didn’t like to stand out from everyone else. So we had to be careful to quietly praise him and not single him out for extra help with support staff or parents. Gradually he started to read. He was at least 2 years behind, but he was reading.

One Friday afternoon he quietly asked us for reading books to take home so he could practice. He wanted to show his Mum how much he had improved. We couldn’t wait for the weekend to pass to see his sweet smile. Monday morning came around and he was late to class, he had a scowl on his forehead and looked really cranky. He walked over to the bookshelf and tossed the books on top. Then he sat down, got his book out, picked up his ruler and broke it in half. Obviously something was wrong.





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