Teachers, We Appreciate You!
In honor of Teacher Appreciation week, we have got some deals for you. You work so hard to make every child in your classroom feel special and important and we want to let you know how important you are too!.
To show our appreciation we have discounted the how to draw eBooks for today only. Our drawing videos are great for classroom breaks as well. Check out the story I got from a teacher in California:
“I am a 7th grade teacher in southern California. We start each day with a zero period silent reading class that I also use as a math intervention session for my students who struggle with math. It is a great way to start the school day: students read or work in small math groups, while others can visit helpful math websites on their netbooks. The last two weeks of the school year are challenging because all library books and netbooks must be returned. Every year I look for worthwhile and engaging activities for my students to do in this early morning period. This year I discovered a wonderful resource – How to Draw eBooks from Bette Fetter.
The drawing lessons are engaging and highly enjoyed by the students; but the students are learning at the same time! The video lessons require them to follow directions, sequence the steps, and consider the proportions while drawing each part of the figure. Because our current education focus is on literacy and math, my students have very few opportunities to experience the arts. I hope Young Rembrandts continues to post more videos!”
Download your favorite eBook today and try sharing it with the kids for a little break in the day.
Are you looking for some more professional development credits before the school year ends? Because we value you so much, we want to offer you one last chance to participate in this 60 minute webinar for free before it becomes part of my course.
By participating in this webinar parents and educators will finally understand why some kids are underperforming and how to finally reach them.
Participants will receive… An exclusive Student Toolkit to Better Grades PLUS a recording of this event PLUS Professional Development Credits.