AZUSA, Calif., September 25, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Mary Louise James, a mother, grandmother, and a great-grandmother as well as a notary public and legal document preparer and founder of Day Break Studies, has completed her most recent book “Day Break Studies: Times Tables the Key to Math”: a sagacious children’s book that instills lessons to young minds through the process of repetition.
Mary Louise writes, “Do you remember when we were young, playing hide and seek? Five, ten, fifteen, twenty—it is not so popular today.
‘Day Break Studies’ uses repetition as a learning exercise (repeat over and over) as our way to get learning across our students. By using their fingers in the beginning to count, it will lead to growth in memory.
Remember: Never teach with fear and punishment. Teach with praise and reward.
The goal is to motivate children to have a desire to learn. Programs will be from pre-k and kindergartens to twelve-year-olds.”
Published by Fulton Books, Mary Louise James’s book seeks to encourage children to have the heart for learning by instilling within them the importance of gaining knowledge through engagement and learning exercise.
“Day Break Studies: Times Tables the Key to Math” also guides educators and parents in having hands-on participation in teaching their children to grasp new ideas and skills for future endeavors in life
Readers who wish to experience this colorful and astute work can purchase “Day Break Studies: Times Tables the Key to Math” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books