Help Your Kids with Study Skills

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RRP: CA$24.95

About Help Your Kids with Study Skills

Stressed about your studies? Struggling with subjects? Anxious about writing an essay or preparing for an exam? This ideal home reference is here to help children and parents.

With bright visuals and brilliant step-by-step content, this is the helping hand parents need to guide their children through the challenges of education. You'll discover all the best practical techniques to gather knowledge, master revision, boost memory, create study plans, and excel at exams. You'll also learn to keep calm with workable ways of building confidence, getting motivated, handling pressure, and managing anxiety.

Help Your Kids with Study Skills offers invaluable advice on how to support your child's learning, from homework and and revision right up to the exams. Covering everything from staying healthy and creating a work space to setting goals and studying online, this absolutely essential book encourages real world skills for lifelong learning. Celebrated children's author Carol Vorderman presents crystal-clear bite-sized text and jargon-free explanations to conquer difficult concepts and tricky subjects, including math, science, history, and geography.

This clear, visual guide ensures frustrated parents and confused children find studying - at school and home - more simple and straightforward than ever before.

Series Overview: DK's bestselling Help Your Kids With series contains crystal-clear visual breakdowns of important subjects. Simple graphics and jargon-free text are key to making this series a user-friendly resource for frustrated parents who want to help their children get the most out of school.