Saturday, June 22, 2013

making math more fun

Let's face it, math can be fun but not all kids think it is. Kids are used to being entertained and expect everything that you want them to do, to be just as entertaining as their favorite pastimes.

What worked in the past, doesn't necessarily work today. Many kids don't want to learn math or practice math, they'd rather be watching DVD's or playing with computer games.

 You know that math skills will be vital to every child’s future. It helps them in school… at work… in social situations… in all areas of life. You simply cannot get along without it. But many kids struggle with math and don't enjoy it at all.
Imagine being able to get kids so engaged with math that they don't even want to stop even when you ask them to. Wouldn't that be great?

Or what if you could have an endless stream of different ways to motivate kids so they learn the basics of math. How would that feel if you could do this?

Imagine the satisfaction that you'd get from seeing your kids math skills soar and their grades in math going up and up.
and all the hard work has been done for you. You can have all the math games that you need to make math fun, interesting and effective. so any suggestion about this course is welcomed

teach your child to read

If you believe that teaching your child to read and helping your child develop proficient reading skills is the key to success in life, and if you wish to help your children develop to their fullest potential... then your must read this message carefully.
Can you really expect your children to learn to read by watching some random words flash on a TV screen? Sure, they might learn to memorize some word shapes, as we found out ourselves, but does the child really acquire the ability to decode and read effectively? Of course not...
 You are the parent and teacher during the most important developmental years of your child's life. For that, you will be rewarded with the greatest experience, and your child will be rewarded with developing the most important skills in life - reading and literacy skills. Through the teaching process outlined in our program, you will stimulate communication skills and intellectual development with your child.any suggestion in this course is welcomed.
If you’re the parent or relative of a child with Aspergers, you know it can make life an agonizing struggle.

The obsessive routines. The preoccupation with one subject of interest (to the exclusion of most everything else). The problems they face understanding different social situations. The oversensitivity to sounds, tastes, smells and sights. Their feelings of being overwhelmed by even the smallest of changes…

Then there are the pressures YOU face: the inability to communicate with your child, the awkwardness you feel in social situations, the pressure it puts on your relationships with your partner and other children, and the desperate desire to try anything – in amongst a sea of physical and emotional exhaustion - to ensure your child is able to enjoy the best that life can offer – even if it’s on their terms.

It can be VERY frustrating having a child with Aspergers. The hardest part is you feel like you’ll never actually get to know your child and how they see the world in the same way other parents do. But how can you do that?

As a quick test, please ask yourself the following questions (and answer them honestly)

1.Do you ever feel tired, frustrated or overwhelmed as the parent of a child with Aspergers?
2.Do you feel as if you’re on a constant 24-hours-a-day knife’s edge, waiting for the next ‘crisis’ to explode?
3.Have you ever been so angry at your child that, even for a split second you
actually HATED them?
4.Has your child ever done anything so strange or dangerous that you’ve been FRIGHTENED of what they may be capable of?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, and you’re looking for answers to your Aspergers questions, then this could be the most important letter you ever read… 

help your child speak in everyday activities

This clear and concise eBook will give you powerful techniques to use today and every day to help your child learn to talk.  This eBook goes beyond giving information about normal development and problems that can occur.  This eBook delivers solutions. 
The information in this ebook is also a great tool for all parents, grandparents, other relatives, and early education/ preschool teachers who want to give any young child a boost in speech-language skills.
HOW we say things to young children is as important as WHAT we say.  Some ways of talking are better than others to help a child form a response.  I will teach you those methods which don't come naturally to most parents but feel very natural after being practiced. 
Parents do not cause their children to have delays or disorders in their speech-language development, butparents are the biggest part of the solution.  

Fast Facts

By the age of 2 ½ to 3 years a child typically understands approximately 500 words, expresses approximately 200 words, combines 3 to 4 words in simple sentences, and is about 70% intelligible (understandable). 

If your 2 ½ to 3 year old childisn’t using simple sentences, doesn’t have a reasonable vocabulary to talk about things in her daily life, and/or if she is hard to understand when she talks, this book is for you. 

Earlier milestones include use of first words around the first birthday and use of combinations of words around the second birthday.  If your child does not seem to be close to meeting these milestones, and if he or she does not seem to be understanding what you say, I strongly urge you to order and read my eBook so you can get the information you need to start helping your child. 

At least 10% of young children have real difficulty learning to “crack the code” of language and speech production.  That means that speech-language difficulties are not rare. 

Parents can be proactive by making speech-language stimulation efforts a priority in daily life.  I can help you do that with the information you will gain from my eBook.  I hope you will take that step.

What You Will Gain

How to Help Your Child Learn to Talk Better In Everyday Activities or Help Your Child Speak is a complete guidebook for parents who want to understand the complex process a child goes through to learn to talk and for parents who want to promote their children’s speech and language development.  It’s for any parent who wants to give a boost to any child.
Written clearly with ample examples, Help Your Child Speak helps parents understand key features of speech and language development.  It explains why some children have difficulty learning to talk.  And it shows the way to blend the use of helpful techniques right into daily life. 
The author emphasizes a technique parents won’t find featured in any other book.  Mary Lou calls her technique the Upside-Down Pyramid™.  In this case, upside-down makes things right-side-up right!  Simple to learn and simple to use, with practice, this method is smart to use all day every day.  Because it is so simple, it’s surprising that most parents don’t just naturally figure it out on their own.  Since most parents don't figure this out on their own, my eBook can guide parents who are ready to learn to become great facilitators of their children's expressive language and speech production.
Whether parents want to learn about speech delay.