Attention parents, teachers, aunts, uncles and grandparents too! Today's BOOK OF THE DAY, is perfect to assist your children in learning the grammar -- a skill everyone needs. If you are homeschooling your child, by now, you have figured it out that they often finish their assignments early and find themselves with idle hands. Instead of letting that precious time escape, you can provide them with "Basic English Grammar for Kids: FUNNY WAY TO IMPROVE CHILDREN GRAMMAR: ATTRACTIVE ACTIVITIES TO KEEP KIDS ENGAGED!" by Esther Ngumina Kakesa. Take a look.
Basic English Grammar for Kids: FUNNY WAY TO IMPROVE CHILDREN GRAMMAR: ATTRACTIVE ACTIVITIES TO KEEP KIDS ENGAGED!
This book helps to support children’s basic understanding of the English grammar; it offers the building blocks for children to understand different grammatical components in order to develop their writing and language skills and to be able to express themselves in longer and more complex ways. Research shows that acquiring good grammar skills will positively affect other learning areas, such as: Thinking skills, language comprehension, reading and writing, expressive skills, Attention and concentration. Activities within the book are both progressive in the level of difficulty and developmental in structure to ensure a smooth transition.
· Item Weight: 9.8 ounces
8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
Independently published (October 2, 2020)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
N. Kakesa is a teacher at heart and in practice and an author who began writing
in 2018. Her belief that everyone has the ability and potential to learn and
succeed, if they have access to the right opportunities and tools inspired her
to write motivating and educational books for young learners.
Esther’s books provide learners with educational games and engaging activities that use experience rather than memorization to teach and develop problem-solving skills. Her books also prescribe strategies that are progressive in the level of difficulty and developmental in structure to ensure a smooth transition to gaining confidence. She is working on her new book, “Now I know my four mathematical operations.”
Esther studied a Post-Graduate Certificate (with Master’s credits) in Modern Foreign Language (MFL) in 2015, from Keele University, a Post-Graduate Diploma in numeracy (Maths) in 2012, from the University of Bolton, a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Salford in 2011. Esther is currently completing a Master’s degree in Inclusive Education from the University of Bolton.
As an experienced numeracy (Maths) and MFL teacher, and an advocate for inclusive educational systems, Esther is passionate about finding alternative, effective learning approaches that will help learners retain information. With a focus on active learning approach , based on the constructivism theory, she uses various strategies and methods that help keep even reluctant learners engaged, on-topic, and excited during the learning process.
Esther hopes to inspire a new generation of learners.