Almost Any Child Can Become an "A" Student

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Research proves organization can help almost any child become an "A" student.

"Organization is Kid Possible: On The Way To An 'A.'“ teaches simple organizational techniques to help almost any child become an "A" student.

Written by elementary school teachers Alex Fleming and Ben Hodge, "Organization is Kid Possible: On The Way To An 'A.'” shares the quick and easy organizational strategies that have helped thousands of students achieve better grades. From the classroom to the home, these simple tips will help most children become more organized, successful, independent, and self-motivated.

Achieving good grades is not impossible for most children. Veteran educators Ben Hodge and Alex Fleming have proven, through years of research, that organization equals classroom success. Their common sense methods have been used by thousands of their own students with amazing results.

Through their years of teaching, Hodge and Fleming discovered that most of the students that were performing poorly in their classrooms were doing so because they were disorganized at school and at home. Most of the time the parents of the students were disorganized as well.

By implementing a series of simple techniques like color-coding and breaking tasks down into smaller pieces, many students were able to achieve at least one letter grade higher while becoming more responsible and more confident.

Fleming states, "Simple organizational techniques can help parents and teachers guide children in gaining skills for life-long success.”

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