Help Your Kids with Study Skills by DK

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Help Your Kids with Study Skills is a unique step-by-step visual guide with invaluable advice on how to support your child's classwork, homework, and revision, with effective study methods that suit a range of learning styles for the third grade level and beyond.

From exploring your child's preferred learning approach to using mind maps, flow charts, and mnemonic devices to handling test preparation and exam-day anxiety, this guide can help you place your child on the road to success. Jargon-free text and crystal-clear visual breakdowns help kids get their heads around tricky subjects, and a section covering math, science, history, geography, and other core areas provides subject-specific tips.

If you are a confused parent with a frustrated child who is struggling in the classroom, this latest book in DK's best-selling series can give you the tools you need to help them get the most out of school.

Series Overview: DK's bestselling Help Your Kids With series contains crystal-clear visual breakdowns of important subjects. Simple graphics and jargon-free text are key to making this series a user-friendly resource for frustrated parents who want to help their children get the most out of school.

 

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Published June 7, 2016 by DK. 256 pages
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True to the DK brand of producing glossy texts with full-color photos, this volume begins with an introductory chapter on "How We Learn" and covers such subjects as how the brain works and a variety of learning styles. Further sections address topics including preparing and setting goal

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Gr 6 Up—Part of a series of books designed to help children with various school topics, this book takes on study skills in general. Aimed at "frustrated parents," the guide adopts the typically visual DK approach (colorful pull-out boxes, clean layouts, and quick-read segments) to tackling childr...

Jul 01 2016 | Read Full Review of Help Your Kids with Study Skills