151 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great Day at School

151 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great Day at School

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by Robin McClure
     
 

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For every parent who's struggled to get off to school with a smile and ready for a fun, productive day, 151 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great Day at School is a life-saver. Filled with 151 easy-to-do strategies and activities, Robin McClure gives the best tips for helping children get excited and make the most of their school day, every day:

    Overview

    For every parent who's struggled to get off to school with a smile and ready for a fun, productive day, 151 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great Day at School is a life-saver. Filled with 151 easy-to-do strategies and activities, Robin McClure gives the best tips for helping children get excited and make the most of their school day, every day:

    • Breakfast can be the most important brain food of the day.
    • Each day after school, ask your child what were the three BEST things that happened at school.
    • Ask your child with a case of the "I can'ts" to tell you about a time when he could.

    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781402215179
    Publisher:
    Sourcebooks
    Publication date:
    05/01/2009
    Pages:
    140
    Sales rank:
    615,426
    Product dimensions:
    4.00(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.50(d)

    Meet the Author

    Robin McClure has authored the About.com Guide to Child Care since 2004 and has worked in the field of Public Education and Continuing Education for 13 years. She is a professional writer and a busy mom of three very active kids.

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    151 Ways to Help Your Child Have a Great Day at School 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
    Carolyn228 More than 1 year ago
    While most of the suggestions in this book are common sense, and you probably have heard them before, having them all together in one book makes it easier to come up with a workable idea for those bad mornings when everything is headed in the wrong direction. I initially purchased this book to give me ideas to suggest to parents of my students. They really appreciate the ideas and love to report back how things are going on the home front. I wish I'd had it when my kids were in elementary and middle school!!