According to self-published author Lyn Magree, many children do not know the meaning of a noun, adverb, adjective or preposition, let alone list the nine parts of speech. Inspired by her desire to assist her own daughter grasp the concepts of rudimentary English and Maths, Lyn Magree has done something about it.
Lyn has researched, written and published her own bestselling book, 'The Pocket Basics For English And Maths'. This no-nonsense guide is geared to building self-confidence in a child's own academic ability, allowing them to feel comfortable with learning instead of struggling to learn.
Each page contains a simple stand-alone lesson - familiarise yourself with shapes and their definitions, basic fractions and multiplication tables, and encourage your child to do each exercise so they can feel in control of numbers. Try out the wonderful mnemonic to learn the parts of speech, or brush up on the definitions and difference between antonyms, synonyms and homonyms.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 12 / 2001