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Receive 50 printed copies of each of the six booklets in this series, and help parents teach their children homework and study skills, and how to be more organized and efficient when learning in and out of the classroom. (Also available in 100 and 500 booklet sets.)
Studying for & Taking Tests - improve the test-taking skills of every student! Rather than be at the mercy of tests, help your students, parents and staff take control of each testing situation. This booklet gives parents proven ways to help their children study and prepare for tests—not only for everyday testing situations, but for high-stakes tests as well.
Better Note-Taking, Listening & Reviewing - clear, organized notes is a key to good studying, and note-taking works best when students are good listeners and readers. Outlines how parents can help their children learn how to concentrate on and comprehend what is being said, then decide what notes to write down. Tips on how and when to review are also included.
Making the Most of Learning Styles - whether a student is a visual learner, an auditory learner, a kinesthetic learner—or a combination—this booklet provides specific ideas both parents and students can use to make studying and learning more effective.
Getting Organized for Schoolwork & Homework - organization doesn’t come naturally to everyone. This booklet is full of practical, proven ideas parents can use to help children organize everything from time and writing, to large assignments and notebooks.
Why Study... & How Much Should Parents Help? - stresses that effective education requires work outside the classroom as well as in, explains that parent involvement is critically important in any child’s education, and helps parents understand what they should do (and should not do) to contribute to their children’s learning.
Tackling Large Assignments - provides practical ideas parents and students can discuss and then use to help students break large assignments down into logical parts that can be scheduled and tackled one-by-one so they suddenly become interesting, exciting and a great way to help students learn important lessons.