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  • Getting Ready to Write: Making English Grammar Fun
  • Making Writing Your Best Friend: Motivating Young Writers
  • Making Writing Your Best Friend: Persuading Dyslexics
  • Writing about Your Pets: Writing Prompts
  • Teaching English to Children: Reviewing English Grammar
  • Good Food Recipes for Your Kids to Make with Your Help

 

Getting Ready to WriteGetting Ready to Write: Making English Grammar Fun

 

Do you need to review some grammar basics to polish your writing skills? Then keep reading.

 

Upon discovering "half the incoming freshmen at our business schools are now being required to take a basic course in writing because they cannot write a presentable letter or report or proposal," David McCullough, twice Pulitzer Prize winner and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, called that "a serious national problem."

 

Finding a useful, but fun, way to brush up on grammar and writing basics will rescue you. Discovering the nine facets of writing you can control will boost your confidence. Being infused with a "Never, never give up attitude" will get you on track.

 

Getting Ready to Write: Making English Grammar Fun ebook will help

 

  • Plan for your successful writing
  • Access fun, colorful writing Mind Maps
  • Polish your writing skills
  • Discover secrets to unlock your incredible potential

 

Even though other systems may have left you befuddled, this ebook will keep you composed and on task.

 

When you access the powerful guardrails of English grammar--the parts of speech, their definitions, and their cooperative roles--control capitalizations, punctuation, contractions, and spell with attention, you will write with power.

 

Getting Ready to Write: Making English Grammar Fun is a treasure of supplemental ideas for educators, writing coaches, homeschoolers, parents, grandparents, adoptive parents, foster parents, and mentors to add to their own lesson plans to instruct writers at home, in class, or online.


Coming in mid 2021...

 

 

Making Writing Your Best Friend: MotivatingMaking Writing Your Best Friend: Motivating Young Writers

 

Are you anxious to get started writing to share your ideas with the world just as some other pre-teens and teens have? Then keep reading.

 

Martha Payne from Scotland, Rachel Parent from Canada, and Jake Marcionette from the USA -- began writing as pre-teens. By age 9, Martha blogged to demand better school lunches. Soon she wrote a bestseller. By age 11, Rachel forced society to face the need to ensure wholesome food, safe water, and clean air. Soon she founded KidsRightToKnow.org. By age 12, Jake composed bestselling novels that he and his peers would like. Thus, he filled the need for such books.

 

Making Writing Your Best Friend: Motivating Young Writers, will --

 

  • Inspire you to find your own worthy objective
  • Encourage you to work with a dedicated teacher
  • Boost your confidence with serious writing practice
  • Help you stay on track

 

If you have believed that you were too young to try your hand at writing, then allow this book to boost your confidence. If you are an independent self-starter or if you have begun to write with the help of a private teacher or homeschooler, then Making Writing Your Best Friend: Motivating Young Writers, will enhance your practice. Soon just as Martha, Rachel, and Jake are doing, you will be helping society in your own beautiful way.

 

This ebook companion to Getting Ready to Write: Making English Grammar Fun, also is a storehouse of constructive ideas for educators, writing coaches, parents, grandparents, adoptive parents, foster parents, and mentors who use this book as they champion young writers at home, in class, or online.

 

Coming in mid 2021...

 

 

Making Writing Your Best Friend: DyslexicsMaking Writing Your Best Friend: Persuading Dyslexics to Write

 

Looking for some help to boost your confidence if you are dyslexic and yearn to write, then keep reading.

 

As a youth, Lisa Nichols heard the words, "Miss Nichols, you should never speak in public" and "Miss Nichols, you're the weakest writer I ever met in my entire life."

 

Nevertheless, Nichols has risen to fame as a grand motivational speaker with audiences of 10,000 who cling to her every word. In addition, she is a bestselling author of numerous motivational books that speak to the hearts of others who have been scorned.

 

Like Lisa, many aspiring writers even hear discouraging words from family and acquaintances, who may mean well, but their words hurt. If you have had no one to encourage you, then take heart and let this little ebook champion you along your writing path.

 

In Making Writing Your Best Friend: Persuading Dyslexics to Write ebook, you will --

 

  • Meet six other awesome dyslexic authors -- Christie, Fitzgerald, Butler, Eckstein, Betancourt, and Kenyon
  • Glimpse how some dyslexics struggle
  • Meet creators of helpful teaching approaches
  • Learn of innovators who have worked some magic in the field of dyslexia research
  • Get to see letters and words as some dyslexics experience them
  • Gain access to teams of cheerleaders in Grammar Mind Maps
  • Recognize the early signs of dyslexia

 

If your earlier efforts to write didn't work, then allow this ebook to help you never to give up. Keep studying and practicing your writing with the help of your dedicated teachers to move along your path to successful writing.

 

Coming in mid 2021...

 

 

Writing about Your PetsWriting about Your Pets: Writing Prompts for Beginning Writers of All Ages

 

If you love writing and you cherish your pets, then keep reading.

 

"The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world is ... his dog." George Graham Vest spoke those passionate words in the Senate in 1884. At a different time and place, Mark Twain acclaimed with equal passion, "When a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade, without further introduction." Thinking on a soul level, Anatole France said, "Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened."

 

If you concur with Vest, Twain, or France, then writing about your favorite pets may help elevate your writing skills. Writing about topics dear to you can bring great rewards. Writing can help you recognize your finest qualities, foster a lifetime of continued learning, and help you find your life purpose.

 

In Writing about Your Pets: Writing Prompts for Beginning Writers of All Ages ebook, you will --

 

  • Discover that caring for our pets is mutually beneficial
  • Find that our animal pals lift our moods, nurture our immune systems, and encourage exercise
  • Practice writing prompts that cover a wide range of ideas about pets that may intrigue you
  • Enjoy exercises that encourage wordsmiths to explore topics on different levels of complexity
  • Revel in recognizing your own beautiful personality that your pets help create

 

If your interest waned when you tried to write about general topics, then let this e-book grab and hold your interest in writing about your favorite pets.


Coming in mid 2021...

 

 

Teaching English to ChildrenTeaching English to Children: Reviewing English Grammar with Fun Practices, Colorful Mind Maps & Fitness Games

 

If you are looking for an array of fun language activities to add to your own unique daily, weekly, or monthly lesson plans, then keep reading.

 

Stella Brisby (Doreen Lang): "... I'm tired of fighting the distractions that children seem to have these days. There doesn't seem to be any desire for learning. At least, I haven't seen any for a long time."

 

Jonathan Smith (Michael Landon): "Maybe we're just not looking hard enough."

 

Dedicated teachers, worth their weight in gold, around the world understand perfectly how these Highway to Heaven characters feel. Diligent teachers guide students in "how to learn" and how to succeed on their own.

 

Teaching English to Children: Reviewing English Grammar with Fun Practices, Colorful Mind Maps & Fitness Games supports teachers with useful listening, reading, writing, and speaking exercises. It includes role-playing and pantomiming to foster friendships. Sketching kindles imagination and visualization. Mind Maps with colorful characters make teaching the Parts of Speech fun for teachers and young learners.

 

  • Offers an abundance of exercises to add to teachers' plans
  • Provides Mind Maps with fun characters
  • Explains grammar points with uplifting information
  • Fosters critical thinking
  • Teams language with fitness fun to keep students trim
  • Favors wholesome, nutrient-dense foods to boost energy and memory

 

This ebook is a collection of supportive ideas for educators, writing coaches, parents, grandparents, adoptive parents, foster parents, and mentors to use as they teach students at home, in class, or online.

 

Click here to buy this ebook from Amazon.

 

 

Good Food Recipes for KidsGood Food Recipes for Your Kids to Make with Your Help

 

If you are a smart parent who wants to encourage your beautiful children to enjoy wholesome foods in a pleasant atmosphere, then keep reading.

 

How can you can magically turn your kitchen into a Grand Laboratory for Learning? You can --

 

(1) let your children help choose recipes, shop with you for the foods, and use the prices to teach math.

 

(2) show your children how to wash up before preparing foods, organize ingredients, measure, mix, and time cooking.

 

(3) make organic fresh foods into delicious puzzles for pre-readers and the instructions into reading practice for early readers.


(4) make serving and cleaning up afterward not only fun but also to have available pristine plates, shining silverware, and clean cookware.

 

Good Food Recipes for Your Kids to Make with Your Help: Fun Organic Food for Toddlers to Teens & Beyond --

 

  • Introduces colorfully illustrated recipes direct from Mother Nature
  • Helps you magically turn your kitchen into a Grand Laboratory for Learning
  • Offers good foods kids love
  • Presents more than 50 organic fun food recipes for kids & grownups
  • Praises 100+ websites of our noble organic farmers & marketers
  • Family activities include reading together, delighting in fitness, and making happy memories

 

If your attempts to introduce wholesome fare for your kiddos in the past didn't work, then abandon those ways, and choose the winning ways highlighted in Good Food Recipes for Your Kids to Make with Your Help. Do it right, and you will be glad you did, and so will your family.

 

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