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This book teaches skills that will help students learn and absorb school lessons. For most students, learning is about much more than access to information. Teachers often include personal life skills in their lessons in order for students to master specific concepts.
But how do you teach academic skills and reinforce it with positive thought and affirmations the fun and easy way? Find out in Today is the Best Day, an educational picture book by Darryl D. Simmons.
Today is the Best Day written by Darryl D. Simmons is an educational picture book that teaches specific academic skills to children such as how to identify the days of the week and words that have the same beginning sound. As a practitioner of education who has an exceptional teaching background, he developed this unconventional teaching method for children to learn easily.
Filled with vibrant, colorful illustrations to capture the reader’s attention, Today is the Best Day also teaches the power of positive thought and affirmations that everyone can look forward to on a daily basis. Darryl D. Simmons designed this book for teachers, parents and students for them to learn and enjoy a fun and cozy story all at the same time.
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About the Author
Darryl D. Simmons is a practitioner of education who has an exceptional teaching background. After receiving a Master's Degree in education, he decided to take a break from teaching in the classroom setting. He began to develop unconventional methods for children to learn. Each book teaches academic lessons as well as moral lessons. His books are designed for teachers, parents and students to learn while enjoying a fun and cozy story.
Today is the Best Day * by Darryl D. Simmons
and Tomorrow Will Be Even Better
Publication Date: January 10, 2013
Picture Book; $17.49; 36 pages; 978-1-4797-2769-8
Picture Book Hardcover; $24.99; 36 pages; 978-1-4797-2770-4
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-2771-1
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