Synopses & Reviews
Put The Essential 55
rules into practice with this new workbook!
From bestselling author Ron Clark comes the ideal companion to the New York Times bestseller The Essential 55.
Ron Clark's The Essential 55 took the country by storm, selling over 850,000 copies in less than six months, and remaining on the New York Times bestseller list for months. Readers have been asking for a workbook to help them use Clark's Essential 55 rules with their own children and students. Now Clark, Disney's 2001 Teacher of the Year, provides the tools in The Essential 55 Workbook that will enable teachers and parents to transform any child into a successful student.
Based on the bestselling The Essential 55, The Essential 55 Workbook is full of easy-to-do lessons to help you reinforce The Essential 55 rules that every child should know. With a series of self-tests, exercises, and questionnaires, The Essential 55 Workbook allows you to adapt Ron Clark's successful tools to your own situation. With determination, discipline, and regular rewards, the children you stick by will be the children you eventually admire.
"Clark's book is a handy blueprint for parents who want to equip their elementary- and middle-school children..." Time magazine
"The winner of the 2001 Disney Teacher of the Year Award presents some revolutionary ideas for the classroom: manners, industriousness and accountability...this book is a definite winner..." Publishers Weekly
"The Essential 55 Workbook will help parents and their children apply Ron Clark's rules to improve study and work habits. Here is a more "parent-directed" approach so that the parents and child can participate in and enjoy the activity together. The workbook will include: Everything You Need To Help Your Child Succeed in School, Activities to help fire up your child's enthusiasm for the classroom, Fun role-playing exercises, and Quizzes to discover your child's strengths.
With the help of the workbook, readers can apply Clark's rules to a more "parent-directed" approach to improving study and work habits. Included are activities to help fire up a child's enthusiasm for the classroom, fun role-playing exercises, and quizzes to discover a child's strengths.
About the Author
Ron Clark has been a teacher since 1995. Originally from North
Carolina, he has taught in some of the most difficult schools in the country, most recently in Harlem, New York. Since winning the 2001 Disney Teacher of the Year Award, Clark has spoken to teachers, PTAs, and school boards across the country. He lives in Atlanta.