The Handbook for Raising a Smart Kid

The Handbook for Raising a Smart Kid
Author : Diana Bennett
Publisher : iUniverse
Total Pages : 72
Release : 2012-03-29
ISBN 10 : 1469787407
ISBN 13 : 9781469787404
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Handbook for Raising a Smart Kid Book Description:

Every parent wants the best for their child. To see them flourish and succeed in their future. All great accomplishments that your child has and will do come down to you. In this book, you have the opportunity to journey through seven-steps that will lead to a smarter child. It starts with developing the right attitude and knowing what you can do as a parent, in order to assist in the academic well being of your child. Is tough love the answer? What kinds of routines should you implement at home? And finally, what experiences are the most vital for your child to have? What you do at home is a direct correlation of what your child does at school. And what your child does at school is a direct correlation of what their future holds. Author Diana Bennett uniquely parallels a childs behaviour at home, with what it looks like in a classroom setting, and by following her guide you can improve both home and school life. Within these pages are the answers to every parents question of how to make their child smarter.


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