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Battle of the Books: Tips to Help Win the Homework Fight

Webinar: Battle of the Books: Tips to Help Win the Homework Fight Date: Monday, September 30th Time: 8:30-9:45pm ET

Register HERE Now!

As a parent, do you feel like homework time is a serious source of tension and tackling the after-school task with your child is a daily facebook-timelinestruggle? As a teacher, are you searching for great tips and techniques to offer the parents of your students, that will help ensure their child returns prepared the next day?

Elaine Tan Comeau (of Easy Daysies Ltd.) returns as our Guest Expert in, "Battle of the Books: Tips to Help Win the Homework Fight"! Her vast experience as both a parent and teacher allows her to offer easily-adaptable ideas sure to ease the post-school day endeavors.

On this call, listeners will learn:

- The fundamentals of creating a smooth and pleasant homework     routine  - Why and how location plays a large part in the homework process  - About the necessary tools of the homework trade and how to properly organize them for success  - Creative management techniques that will help the time pass quickly but productively 

...and much more!

Bonus: 1 lucky attendee will win a $100 Scholar's Choice gift card! This giveaway is a reminder that your commitment to educational excellence for your children, students, or grandkids is greatly appreciated and acknowledged in our community.

AND

2 lucky audience members will win an Easy Daysies Kit each, tailored to what type of attendee you may be (teacher/parent/grandparent).

Spacing is limited, register here today!

About Our Expert 

Elaine Tan Comeau is a mother of three young children, wife, award- winning elementary school teacher, and both CEO and Founder of Easy Daysies Ltd., where she has created multiple award-winning products for teachers and families. Not only has Elaine appeared with Easy Daysies Ltd. on CBC's Dragons' Den, but her products have been recommended by child psychologists, occupational therapists and educators alike.

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