A fun way for kids to color actual hockey plays while learning tips about the game
Get your children all fired up and ready to learn with fun boxed sets that each include four books and a wipe-clean pen. Every page of these books helps children learn important first concepts, practice hand-eye coordination, and develop lifelong skills. With Learning Fun, children will begin to think visually, develop hand-eye coordination, and uncover critical-thinking skills. Includes Spot the Difference: Solve Picture Puzzles; Mazes: Learn Thinking Skills; Dot-to-Dot: Join the Numbers; and Picture Puzzles: Problem-Solving Skills. There are charming pictures to see and dozens of new words to discover, dotted numbers to trace and alphabet letters to learn, and lots of challenging puzzles to decipher. The pages are laminated, so when kids are done with each activity, they can simply take a soft tissue or cloth, wipe everything off, and begin again. Great for quiet time at home or in the car.
Kids love to carry this vibrant educational book from place to place. In addition to a cool handle for easy carrying, the book also features hundreds of beautiful illustrations, colorful stickers, and fun activities that will keep them busy learning for hours. Now children can master their shapes, colors and phonics no matter where they are!
"It's what's on the inside that counts."?Really? So why is 'What do you do' the first thing people always ask??"Honesty's the best policy."?Is that why people prefer to hide behind screens instead of communicating in person? "Do what you love."? What? Everyone? Who's going to pick up the trash, flip the burgers, pour the lattes, and all the rest of the hated jobs that make our economy go round??"Success takes hard work."?Please. Anyone who believes this and isn't a multi-millionaire deserves to be asked: 'Then why didn't you work harder?' ?These and the rest of the false feel-good quotes that flood our social media walls often confuse rather than inspire, keep us dissatisfied in our relationships and jobs, and make us feel like we're never good enough. Thankfully, this book is full of logical and factual thoughts that explain how - despite all the positivity out there - the world continues to get worse. And why the problems you may be having in it have little to do with there being anything wrong with you.
From its foundation in the 1950s by George Kelly, Personal Construct Psychology continued to grow, both as a movement among psychologists and then in industry, education, government and commerce. Originally published in 1985 this title offers a compendium of elaborations and new conversational uses for Kelly's repertory grid technique. The authors have dramatically transformed the grid from a static measuring instrument to a dynamic tool for a personal exploration of the learning process itself. This grid-based Reflective Learning Technology enables individuals, pairs, groups and organisations to develop their learning in environments of work, family, education and society.
As the originators and best-known practitioners of interactive grids, the authors give the reader an A-Z of these techniques. Case studies include management training, quality control, staff appraisal, job selection, team building, manufacturing, marketing and production as well as learning at a distance, learning to learn in schools, youth training, reading to learn and other learning skills, staff development, social work, counselling and therapy. Their development of a theory of learning conversation and conversational grid software opens up an imaginative, exciting and more humane approach to the use of microcomputers in all forms of education, while at the same time demonstrating the essentially autonomous nature of human learning. Available again after many years out of print, this book is of even greater value today than when first published.