Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Educate Your Young Child


It is with great pleasure that I introduce to you a new book for parents Educate Your Young Child a practical guide for parents: how to prepare your child for school.

The early years of a child's life are vital to a child's lifelong development.  A child's earliest experiences and their environment will set the stage for future development and the success in school.

Parents play a critical role with a child's early learning before formal learning will take place.

This book Educate Your Young Child a practical guide for parents provides families with simple low cost activities that will promote learning in early childhood.  It provides parents with activities in all the learning domains so that children will be able to step into school with the confidence they need to learn and succeed.

This is a booklet that heeds to be in the hands of all parents, family members and care takers, so that they have the confidence in helping to educate their child. 

This book is written by Anita Ayre of Northern Beaches-Sydney, Australia. She has been touch the minds of young children for 30 years and she holds a Diploma in Early Childhood Education.  She has been a facilitator of change in teaching practice in a state-wide literacy and numeracy project, working in city and country to improve experiences for children in classrooms.  She brings all of this knowledge together in a book for parents.




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