Free Resources to Help Your Child with their Learning + Win A Level Student Revision Guides worth £90!
As soon as we become parents, we start helping our children to learn. Not long after a baby is born, he or she needs to learn to feed and many other skills. Then we teach our children facial expressions and emotions, aid them to train their muscles with tummy time and practicing sitting up. During all this time, we’re teaching them our language by talking to them and singing to them and then comes learning to eat, talk, walk and much more.
Before we know it, our little ones start nursery and then school and at those times the official learning increases for many with learning how to count and write and so on. Nursery and school take over part of the process, but a big part of a child’s learning will always be the home and the parents — like it always has been.
Free Resource to Help You Support Your Child at School
The older your children get, the more difficult it can be for parents to guide them but luckily there are resources available to help with this, like the recently launched Hodder Education Parent Hub that features lots of useful articles, blogs, worksheets to use at home and more for parents of children in secondary school.
New content is added to the Parent Hub all the time, so it’s always worth checking back in and signing up to the eNewsletter to ensure you stay in the know and don’t miss any of the new high-quality content when it’s added. It’s all free so will not cost you a thing to get the latest advice, support and free content to help you support your child at school.
Hodder Education offers a large library of free resources and articles that will help students extend and stretch their understanding of a topic and these are filtered by level (eg GCSE/A Level) and also by specification (Exam Board) to make it easy for you to find the right ones.
There’s also an array of homework help and revision tips to help parents help their children when they’re learning at home and — one of my favourite resources — a glossary of terms to help demystify common terms used by teachers and schools that parents might not be familiar with or too embarrassed to ask about. This glossary will help parents understand exactly what these terms mean.
You can also download free articles from the expertly authored Review Magazines. Designed to provide additional context on key topics allowing students to read around the topics they are studying at GCSE and A levels, the magazines give your child the edge they need to achieve their best grades. Topical articles, cutting-edge research and brand new case studies that will deepen their subject knowledge and help them develop independent learning skills, while revision support and expert exam advice will make sure they know how to perform when it really matters. Parents can enjoy 10% off these subscriptions at the moment.
Giveaway: Win A Level Student Revision Guides worth £90!
To celebrate the launch of the Parent Hub, I have a set of brand new revision guides to help A Level students achieve the top grade. The guides cover 9 subjects and have practical exam tips, common pitfalls to avoid and revision strategies to guide students towards to the top grades.
The books are worth £9.99 each which makes the total value of the prize nearly £90!
If you’re the parent of a student who is after A Level top grades, make sure you sign up to the Parent Hub eNewsletter and enter my giveaway below for a chance of winning a set of these brand new revision books.
The giveaway is open to UK residents over the age of 18 years. Terms & Conditions apply. The giveaway will end on the 24th of October 2018.
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