- The Sex Talk
- Setting boundaries for driving, cell phones, dating
- Prepare them to leave the nest
- Apartment shopping
- Includes worksheets for parents
- Teen cookbook for starting out on their own (teach them now and they'll never starve!)
- Budgeting helps for teens starting long before
- Sort by Default Order
Parenting is tough. And parenting a teen is the hardest thing you'll ever do and the greatest blessing you'll ever experience! This 209 page book equips parents with research and options to use parenting their teen(s). Unleash your teen's potential with parenting tips for:
Finding and getting a job is tough. It's even tougher when you're a teen without previous job experience. This book walks you how to gain the experience employers are looking for, how to write a glowing resume, reference letter, and how to survive the interview and GET THE JOB!
Ebook - Download for immediate usage!
From Concept to citing your work! Want an A+? This 20 page guide will help you select your project, put it into proper form and add proper bibliographies.
And a bonus feature: Taking your project over the top for that extra impression!
Appropriate for 6th grade through college.
Too often children fail in educational endeavors, but it’s commonly the methods being used to teach the material. All of us have a learning style, the means by which we take in information. If we are forced to learn in a way that is not our strength, our retention and retrieval is low to none. Ever wonder why one student or child catches on quickly while another doesn't? Most likely the child who is excelling has the same learning style as the teacher, and the opposite is true of the other child.It's not uncommon for a teacher to be one style of learning and the student another causing little success on the student's part and frustration on the teacher's part. Learning styles is a book about the four main types of learning uptake of information, then the retention and retrieval of that information. This book is vital for anyone in a teaching position whether you are in a classroom, homeschooling, coaching, or raising a child. First you need to learn your style, and then figure out your student's learning style. This knowledge will help you become your student's best advocate. Stop banging your head against a wall, and start designing successful educational opportunities. Learn your own style, your child's style and the teacher who will be training them. Once you know the way information is received and retrieved, you can help your child, yourself or their teacher to create means for success!