A Girls Guide to School (#05 in Girl Wise Series)
An essential guide book for children aged 6 - 12 years old, with a particular focus on those children beginning Primary School for the first time. Covers topics including making friends, orientation processes, getting to know teachers, health and eating...
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An essential guide book for children aged 6 - 12 years old, with a particular focus on those children beginning Primary School for the first time. Covers topics including making friends, orientation processes, getting to know teachers, health and eating well as well as managing homework.
The beginning of Primary School can be an exciting time for many children, whilst others may find this a bit tricky and challenging. In this book written especially for children, author and teacher, Sharon Witt covers a range of topics to help children (and their parents) navigate this time of change. Written in language for children, topics covered include: making friends, orientation day, teachers, eating well, routines, homework and more. Includes top tips by other primary aged children.
Sharon Witt has been immersed in the teen world for over two decades in her role as a secondary educator, author and presenter to adolescents and their parents around Australia.
Sharon is also a regular media commentator on parenting and educational issues and is often called upon to comment on radio, print media and national television. She currently appears nationally on Australia's breakfast television show, Sunrise and is the 'Child Whisperer' on Melbourne's Light FM's Ken & Lucy breakfast program and the Gold Coast's Juice FM
She is also the author of the bestselling Teen Talk series of books that have helped many thousands of teenagers in Australia, and beyond, to navigate their adolescent journey. Her parenting book Teen Talk- Parent Talk, was shortlisted for the Australian Christian Publishers awards in 2012.
Sharon is passionate about equipping educators and parents in understanding key issues affecting our young people, and providing practical strategies for helping them make positive choices. She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her very supportive husband Andrew and two amazing teenagers.