How to Be A Good First Grader
The goal for the first grade is “Awareness.”
This book is a gentle introduction for your first grader into all the categories of becoming a well-rounded Great American Child. This should be a fun approach as he or she will delight in already being aware of some of these facts and goals. Your child will need help with each category, b...
How to Be A Great Second Grader
The goal for the second grade is “Participation.”
This book encourages your second grader to go a little deeper into each category. Your child will enjoy being able to read a good portion of this book on his or her own, but your child will still need help from family and teachers.
How to Be an Incredible Third Grader
The goal for the third grade is “Enjoyment.”
This book is allows your third grader to become more in charge of the process of becoming a Great American Child. When children become responsible, they get more satisfaction from what they accomplish. Your child will enjoy his or her own involvement in being raised, but will still need so...
How to Be A Cool Fourth Grader
The goal for the fourth grade is “Understanding.”
This book is intended for your fourth grader to engrain these habits for a lifetime of benefits. Once your child gets into a routine, and understands this is what it takes to become a Great American Child, it will become part of who he or she is. Your child will understand this is all...
How to Be An Important Fifth Grader
The goal for the fifth grade is “Camaraderie.”
This book is designed for the fifth grader to gain a deeper understanding of each category, but also a sense of belonging to the community at large. He or she will learn we are all responsible to our family, community and world. By becoming a Great American Child, your fifth grader will ...
Parenting The Great American Child
A guide for all parents who have children in kindergarten through fifth grade.
This is a guide for all parents to delve into the process of making each American child the best he or she can be. It includes tips, games, thoughts, and space to explore the process. This book is intended for parents who have children in kindergarten thro...