Grammar Wars! Whoever said learning grammar had to be dull and boring?Would your child prefer a paper and pencil exercise with 10 who or whom questions or a duel between Pongman and RoboHelper on his favourite device?Parents, do any of theseMore Grammar Wars! Whoever said learning grammar had to be dull and boring?Would your child prefer a paper and pencil exercise with 10 who or whom questions or a duel between Pongman and RoboHelper on his favourite device?Parents, do any of these sound familiar?Do you have a 9-12 year old technology savvy child who... doesnt like readingdoesnt like bookssays school is boringsays the work is too hard (even though hes a smart kid)cant be without his iDevice longer than 15 minutesis not performing at school as well as he couldThen Ive got the solution for youThe Secondary Schools Entrance Examination Revision Guides and Tests.
These materials were developed for my own 10 and 11 year olds who magically disappear when they hear the rustle of paper.Do you find yourself hiding those addictive devices during school time and bringing them out only on the weekend?Do you wonder why such an expensive gizmo is only being used to play games?Do you find yourself using those devices as bargaining chips?Well now you can put those distracting devices to good use like I did.
Adopt the Secondary Schools Entrance Examination Revision Guides and Tests.These guides break down into bite sized chunks every concept the average 9 to 12 year old must know and make them available on those devices that our kids love so much and cant seem to do without.The tests tell you when your child has mastered the material and is ready to move on. Ive dubbed them Tests That Dont Feel Like Tests because they dont. Does a hangman game feel like a test? Or does a face-off between ignorant Pongman and intelligent RoboHelper feel like a test?Playful yet SeriousDont be fooled by the playful nature of this eBook.
It contains serious questions such as:You have some friends (who / whom) I knowThis is between you and (I / me)It was (they / them) who were embarrassedJust do itIf youve been pulling out your hair trying to get your 9-12 year old to sit still long enough to learn what he needs to learn, then scroll up and get this eBook because the Secondary Schools Entrance Examination Revision Guides and Tests were designed for parents just like you. Let the Grammar Wars begin...