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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:Home Schooling
  • Language:English
  • Pages:223
  • eBook ISBN:9781626757684

100 Ways to Teach Your Kids with Fruit

by Suzanne Louis

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Overview
Do you want to become more involved in your child's education, but aren't sure how? 100 Ways to Teach your Kids with Fruit provides a curriculum for you to work on together! Your child will be learning mathematics, chemistry, English, art, science, and so much more, using just fruit, and everyday materials! Every child is unique, and who knows your child better than you? Have fun being involved in their education! Discover their learning style, and how to transfer those skills into the classroom. Before you know it, your child will be ahead of their class!
Description
Many believe that you need expensive materials, or a formal classroom, for true learning to take place. 100 Ways to Teach your Kids with Fruit sets out to challenge that notion. Parents can teach their children while preparing lunch, going to the park, or on the trip to school! Algebra, chemistry, English, drama, art, mathematics, and so much more, can be found in everyday life! Teachers are often instructed to look out for teachable moments; however, every moment is a teachable moment. Encourage your child to be a life long learner, and seize those moments each day! You will be amazed at what they can learn, without stepping one foot into a classroom. Don't lose another moment! Start today, and you will both love every minute of it!
About the author
I am Suzanne Louis – author, entrepreneur, and experienced teacher! I began my teaching career in Shenyang, China. My challenge was clear and daunting: Teach a group of students who speak little English, without a curriculum or resources. Go! This experience forced me to see beyond expensive or unusual resources, and go back to basics. My most extravagant personal resource was a computer, and an Internet connection! Having no curriculum or textbook to guide me… This assignment required some creativity! I had to go home, and develop a curriculum of my own. The questions circling my head included: What should I teach them? What is important to know? What resources can I find here? Will they understand? 
Thankfully, with time and experience, I found answers to all of these questions. Ultimately, I needed nothing more than my computer for research, and resources found in a convenience store. Art, drama, and visuals surpass language. They understood, learned a lot, and had a great time! I have always had the drive to learn, teach, and above all, have fun! My goal is to pass that along to you. Schools are getting more students and less staff by the day. Extracurricular activities are being cut, and field trips are becoming a distant memory. This is why your child cannot afford to watch television in their spare time! 100 Ways to Teach your Kids with Fruit is really 100 ways you can have more fun with your child. Without buying any expensive materials, you will be helping them learn valuable skills like algebra, chemistry, mathematics, and English! The best part is that it will feel like you spent the afternoon enjoying yourselves and eating snacks! I encourage you to look outside the box of learning, and see what is at home, outside, and down the street! Learning is not only found in the classroom, it is everywhere! Have fun, and be sure to enjoy the sweetness of life! xo
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