ABC See, Hear, Do

Learn to Read 55 Words

Author: Stefanie Hohl



Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 42

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Learn letter sounds through seeing the letter, hearing the sound, and making a motion. Then blend letter sounds together to read words. Animals demonstrate the motion for each letter sound.

ABC See, Hear, Do Coloring Book

Author: Stefanie Hohl




Page: 28

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The ABC See, Hear, Do Coloring Book is a great supplement to the ABC See, Hear, Do Series. With all 26 letters and animals from the ABC See, Hear, Do: Learn to Read 55 Words, children can practice the hand motions and letter sounds while they color! This is a fun way to reinforce letter sounds and early reading skills.

The Alphabet of Your Life

The abc – xyz of your life

Author: Dr Anthony K Mwami

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Self-Help

Page: 136

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The Alphabet of your life is a book filled with wisdom packaged for winning despite all limitations that stand before for you. The very help and strategy you desire to put in motion for your life and career is systematically outlined in this book. This book contains principles and laws to help you actualize your dreams despite your educational background, race, environment, and family limitations This book has winning steps towards favour, accomplishments and greatness. The principles written in this book are laws that govern health, wealth and happiness. This book has everything you need to know, from positive Attitude to unquenchable Zeal. Success is not a game of chance but of principles which must be worked out. Winners and Champions have a certain mindset which is different from that of failures. In this book you will learn how to acquire the achievers mentality and program yourself for success and prosperity. This book is a must read for leaders, dreamers, entrepreneurs, statesmen, parents, students, ministers and those that aspire for greatness. Your dream can come to pass if you will only take time to understand and apply the principles written in this book

Selling by the Numbers

Author: Jason Miller



Category: Business & Economics

Page: 204

View: 909

Most selling books address a particular aspect of the process for you to focus on and improve your skill. It sounds great in theory but contains a fatal flaw. Each step in the process is inextricably connected to the others. That's why most selling books don't work very well. These books assume that a change in any single aspect of the selling process will still fit within the rest of your activity. Selling by the Numbers is a comprehensive and proven system that works whether you are new to a career in selling or trying to revitalize a stagnant career. You'll prepare, mathematically calculate, and implement all of the steps necessary from start to finish and become a master salesperson. You'll learn to build your skills from the bottom up including: Choosing the right prospects Getting your prospect to tell you what they really want. Maximizing the use of your time Communicating for maximum impact Overcoming even the toughest competition Author Jason Miller includes in-depth exercises and worksheets that you'll use to analyze and understand your unique circumstances. Using these simple calculations, you will quickly revitalize your sales effectiveness and secure the success you seek.

TV Guide




Category: Television programs


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Best Practices in ELL Instruction

Author: Guofang Li

Publisher: Guilford Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 392

View: 464

In this indispensable work, prominent authorities review the latest research on all aspects of ELL instruction (K–12) and identify what works for today's students and schools. Provided are best-practice guidelines for targeting reading, writing, oral language, vocabulary, content-domain literacies, and other core skill areas; assessing culturally and linguistically diverse students; and building strong school–home–community partnerships. Chapters include clear-cut recommendations for teaching adolescent ELLs and those with learning disabilities. The comprehensive scope, explicit linkages from research to practice, and guidance for becoming a culturally informed, reflective practitioner make the book an ideal course text.

Godwink Stories

A Devotional

Author: SQuire Rushnell

Publisher: Howard Books


Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 345

Building on the themes in his wildly popular book GodWinks, SQuire Rushnell shows how ordinary peoples’ lives have been profoundly changed by extraordinary moments that are more than coincidence. There is something more to coincidences than meets the eye. Like winks from a loving parent or grandparent, coincidences or “godwinks” are messages from God that you are not alone and everything will be okay. The true stories in this book reaffirm that godwinks happen to everyone. We just need to learn how to see them, allow them to unfold, and accept them as direct, person-to-person communications from God to each of us. As you’ll see, those so-called coincidences that you’ve been dismissing so easily really do mean something. And you need to pay attention. They are like unopened gifts that have been placed upon your doorstep. You will be amazed to read how every joy, every hurt, and every worry that you experience has already been written about in the Bible. Godwink Stories simply draws upon the parallel between the stories of real people and God’s wisdom in the scriptures. Godwink Stories can be read in various ways. You can read the book cover to cover. Or follow along each week for a year. It’s also perfect for a quick pick-me-up that fits your daily need. Whether you’re looking for reassurance or joyful inspiration, there’s a godwink story just for you. Filled with letters from readers covering such topics as encouragement, health, and love, you too can find God’s presence in your daily life, and be inspired to look for the divine connections that unite us all.