HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD IN READING, WRITING & ARITHMETIC by Frieda E. Van Atta
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HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD IN READING, WRITING & ARITHMETIC

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Written, not as a substitute, but as a home companion and aid to the parent of the elementary school child, this text offers invaluable advantages. Each year, from one to eight, is assigned its own section and accompanied by an article discussing its proper level in reading, writing and arithmetic, possible problems, and means of over-coming them. Then a series of exercises are provided which may be used either for remedial purposes or to advance the child who exhibits the readiness to learn. Bibliographies appropriate to each grade, numerous workbook pages, and sections on bettering parent-teacher and parent-student relations, are generously provided.

Pub Date: Aug. 17th, 1959
Publisher: Random House