Home Early Learning Play School : Helps from It's Not Rocket Surgery! Series
Finally! All of the Home Early Learning Play School (HELPS) activities from my series, It's Not Rocket Surgery!, are now in one place! Early reading the right way. Keep It Simple for Success (KISS your child) with The Godfrey Method. Learn how to overcome the Top Ten Myths of reading. Dress your child's mind for success. Reading is hearing with your eyes - phonics, phonics, phonics! The two most crucial things kids need, quality parent-time and excellent reading skills, together. Nurture your child's nature and notions. Dyslexia is induced - it's the disease you get from sight-reading. "No Child Left Behind" has become All Children Left Behind. Just say NO to Common Core! How to put your children on the launch pad of life and watch them soar!
- Paperback | 150 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.64mm | 281.23g
- 07 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Shannah B Godfrey
Shannah B Godfrey is mother of 15 children, (plus 15 other foster children in the 1980s), and a former rocket scientist. She developed her unique method of "early reading the right way" to help her children and all children to develop their best potential. Reading is the foundation of everything else. Phonics cures dyslexia, too. Even children with most learning disabilities have had no problem with reading after learning The Godfrey Method. Although she has a published scientific paper and several internal papers, Mrs. Godfrey finds writing for children much more rewarding. Check out her books: A Funny Boy Was Prince River, A Nutty Man Was Uncle Upton, and all volumes of her series, It's Not Rocket Surgery! Godfrey also has vast experience in the areas of adoption issues, working mothers, single parenting, twins, early childhood learning, foster parenting, divorce, death of a child, grieving, non-traditional returning college students, home schooling, surviving abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, ADHD, making it in the man's world, mentoring middle school-age girls, and large families, as well as reconciling science with religion and solid rocket motor chemistry.