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  • Teaching English to Children
  • How to Motivate Students
  • Organic Fun Foods

 

Teaching English to ChildrenTeaching English to Children is an ebook for the Amazon Reader app and Amazon Kindle.

 

It weaves refreshing language review lessons with invigorating physical and mental exercises to enhance not only language skills but also physical fitness.

 

Linda Davis-Kyle highlights two awesome teen writers -- Jake Marcionette and Rachel Parent -- to excite pre-teens to want to write, too.

 

Focusing on co-creation helps prevent bullying. Colorful Mind Maps brimming with memorable fun characters illlustrate the Parts of Speech to help students master the definitions, relationships, and examples of the parts of speech in a flash.


Listening, reading, writing, and speaking activities build basic language skills and confidence. Role-playing and pantomiming foster friendships among young learners. Drawing activities support hand-eye coordination, ignite imagination, and inspire visualization.

 

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How to Motivate Students to Write for a CauseHow to Motivate Students to Write for a Cause is an ebook for the Amazon Reader app and Amazon Kindle.

 

It incites teens to write about causes that empassion them and to share their thoughts worldwide.

 

Linda Davis-Kyle features Rachel Parent, Martha Payne, and Jake Marcionette as exemplars. She names Agatha Christie, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Octavia Butler, Daniel Eckstein, and Sherrilyn Kenyon as evidence that dyslexic teens with a burning desire, a dedicated instructor, a writing strategy, and diligent practice can make their writing dreams come true, too.

 

Victor Widdell gives nondyslexics a glimpse into what some dyslexics see when reading. Davis-Kyle offers a kaleidoscope of writing prompts that lean toward fostering teen health through excellent nutrition and exercise. She defines the assets secured from conquering writing skills and includes some samples of how to polish drafts. Teachers, parents, adoptive parents, and grandparents will love sharing this unique guidebook with their favorite teen writers-in-the-making.

 

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Organic Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups Organic Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups

 

Organic Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups is an ebook for the Amazon Reader app and Amazon Kindle.

 

The book colorfully illustrates more than 40 organic fun adventure recipes for bright beginnings, offers kitchen safety reminders to make your kitchen a happy haven, and includes important tips to prevent choking. It suggests commonsense approaches to keep children healthy and trim. Davis-Kyle enumerates important books and thought-provoking movies focused on organic foods and celebrates more than 100 websites of organic farmers and others dedicated to bringing Mother Nature's finest organic foods to you.

 

The book helps with nourishing youngsters, and it makes nurturing the love of learning easy with Fun Activities that follow each recipe. The wholesome activities encourage family reading time to put children on a path to success. It encourages traveling together to broaden horizons, build strong bonds of friendship, and make happy memories that last a lifetime.

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