1 Introduction (Better Schooling) - Rick Collingwood
2 Children's Story (Better Schooling) - Rick Collingwood
A Positive Sleep Story to Improve School and Learning for any Child. This bed time or quiet time story is suitable for children between the ages of 2 to 11. It follows two lion cubs and their journey of discovery and knowledge through the older lions of their pride to understand why school and learning are an important part of life and how to maximize their educational experiences. This positive metaphorical story teaches children that learning from their parents, teachers and their friends is fun and exciting. It will help your child to have a better outlook to school, homework and studying. It also teaches them solid foundations that what they learn can always be remembered and that they should never be scared, nervous or think they are 'dumb' or 'not good enough' to remember what they are being taught. This is a great story that can be used of night time while your child sleeps or during the day when they have 45 minutes of 'quiet time'. Many parents actually enjoy sitting back with their child and listening to the story with them. This audio program is perfect if your child has trouble with: * Focus, concentration and attention at school * Is scared of going to school * Has trouble remembering what they are being taught * Fear of trying new things * ADD - ADHD issues which are affecting learning * Do not enjoy going to school * Don't want to do their homework Teach your child that school is fun, exciting & important! Children love listening to this story, and with repeated use, the positive metaphorical messages will become part of their choices, patterns and attitude towards school and learning permanently. Instructions: To use this program simply play it every night just before your child goes to sleep of a night time or during the day. Use it at least once a day for 6 to 8 weeks with every 7th day allocated as a 'break day' where they do not have to use the recording. Children love listening to this story, and with repeated use, the positive metaphorical messages will become part of their choices, patterns and attitude towards school and learning permanently.