By Kevin Smith
A Quick Read for Busy Parents
In Challenge Your Child, Kevin Smith provides easy to use teaching techniques designed to help parents take an active role in their child’s education.
You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher
Challenge Your Child skills are designed to be used with children of all ages. Many examples are provided to help you assess what your child knows or needs to learn along with ideas to help you increase your child’s knowledge and understanding of any topic or concept you choose.
A Book for All Ages
This book shares the long view of what you can accomplish over the years through educational dialogue with your child. This text will also serve as a quick reference guide to help you as your child moves through the various stages of their educational journey. Age groups include:
- The Very Young
- Pre-school, Kindergarten
- Intermediate, Junior High
- High School and beyond
How can you tackle some of your child’s learning challenges through educational conversations?
It can be difficult for busy parents to find time and productive ways to become actively involved in their child’s education. If you have this...
How will Dialogue Education help you play a more active role in your child’s education?
Dialogue Education is learning through conversations or interactions. To encourage Dialogue Education between parents and children, Kevin Smith has...
Long separations from your child
I am a divorced/separated parent or a parent who travels constantly. I don’t always see my child on a daily basis. How can I use Challenge your...
How many teachers will your child have during their school years?
Starting with Preschool and continuing through High School, your child may have between 50 to 75 teachers guiding their education. Most of these...
“Kevin Smith wrote an excellent book which provides parents an easy-to-read, common sense approach to teaching children of all ages. By using questions, this book makes educational communication much easier for parents and children while helping to develop critical thinking and learning skills.”