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    The new jobs are AWESOME! 
Just not all of them.  The good ones require
a different set of skills.  Which type will you have?
 
  For those starting early, here are a few things to try. 
A little secret is don't try to do these books all at once.  They aren't story books; they are modern era resources for younger learners. They work more like "How To" books.  One or two pages at a time can make a big difference in results and enjoyment.
 
  

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Preventing big troubles later.

 More available on Kathy's site, HenrysHelpers.com - designed to encourage kids to solve problems with their brains rather than their fists. 

The easy to understand and implement scientist's thinking process poster (Science is for Everyone) has already been downloaded to over 4500 classrooms!  A copy can be found on her site.

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Already being used in dozens of classrooms and a Cub Scout Troop or two, this text integrates math, science and non fiction literacy in a way that helps prevent the troubles Kathy sees her older students having.  Shhh - don't tell the kids that they are starting algebra and physics this early.  They might believe the people who say it isn't fun.

     


Please remember that no person or organization can be all things to all people. 
Everyone is different.  It is up to parents and teens to decide what they learn to do. 
Learning the right skills can make for a great life.
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Compiled and authored by Kathy, aka "Professor Green Witch" 
Copyright guidelines:  This information is posted on the internet where there is no real privacy or protections.  Please feel free to share whatever is of value for you. The great part is that some of this curriculum has already been downloaded or purchased by over 4500 educators and mentors.  Thank you for letting other good people like you know where you found the information.