Schools Out But Learning Never Stops…Summer Learning Activities to Improve Learning SkillsMay 30th, 2011
Summer Learning Activities to
Improve Learning Skills Today
FREE Live Webinar to help you improve your child’s learning skills on:
Wednesday June 8th
8 pm Eastern, 7 pm Central, 6 pm Mountain, and 5 pm Pacific.
Upon registering you will receive a FREE Handbook on the easy steps you can take to improve your child’s learning skills over the summer and still have fun even if they have a learning problem, LD, dyslexia, ADHD, or are gifted and take too long to do their homework. The activities and steps are for all age students – kindergarten through adults.
FREE Surprise Gift to Improve Learning Skills While Having Fun
Those that attend the Live Webinar will also receive a surprise FREE gift. And, of course, if you can’t make it live on the call, you will get access to the recording! Join The Nation’s Learning Expert Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET Wednesday June 8th Webinar 8 pm Eastern, 7 pm Central, 6 pm Mountain, and 5 pm Pacific. Space is limited. You can attend via phone, skype, or the internet! Reserve your space for the Webinar now at: Title: What Schools Don’t Tell You: How to Help Your Child Learn With Ease and Still Have Fun! Time: Wednesday, June 8th at 5pm Pacific, 6 pm Mountain, 7 pm Central, 8 pm Eastern. Listening method: Phone, Skype, + Web Simulcast Learn About:
- 6 Steps to Successful Learning…and make a difference in the next 24 hours
- The Traditional Learning Model that schools use vs the TRUE Learning Model
- Activities to do at home to improve your child’s learning in the next 24 hours
- How to Awaken the Scholar Within Your Child
To register, enter in your name and email:
Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET
Bonnie Terry, the nation’s learning expert, has been teaching for over 37 years and has created numerous books, games, and guides to help students reach their full potential. She specializes in helping parents and teachers identify and address learning problems. Bonnie is also a contributing author to numerous educational journals and magazines. Bonnie, mom to 3, was a girl scout leader for 10 years, a cub scout leader and assistant cub master for 8 years, and boy scout troop committee chairman for 5 years. https://www.bonnieterrylearning.com
You CAN improve your child’s learning skills and still have fun.
I agree having a child with a learning disabilitie is a on going task to improve learning skills. I have a child who has down syndrome visual learning I find she grasp to more easily. I guess you have to find what works best and implement it over and over.
Yes, it is a continual job…finding what works and keeping at it.
BTW: You can now listen to my radio show Learning Made Easy Talk Radio on the Amazing Women of Power Radio Network – Positive Programming http://AWOPTalk247.com #awoptalk. It airs on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays.