With standardized, state-mandated testing starting as early as the first grade and continuing through high school, parents are concerned that their children may not be able to perform at grade level. Developed by professionals, here is the first and only grade-specific test preparation series geared toward parent and child, including expert tips for optimizing children's test performances.
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On Your Mark for Grade 1
The Grade-Specific Test Preparation Every Child Needs
Remember those standardized tests you took back in grade school, filling in your answers with a number-two pencil, never knowing what became of your test results or even how well you fared? Now your child is taking those same tests, but this time you have the tools you need to help improve his or her test-taking skills and scores.
Get Ready! For Standardized Tests is filled with empowering information for both you and your child. This grade-specific test preparation guide demystifies and explains the test your child will take. Get Ready! For Standardized Tests enables you to understand test results and helps you work with your child in all skill areas, helping to maximize his or her potential to succeed.
Developed by educational professionals and McGraw-Hill, the nation’s leading educational publisher, this guide is brimming with expert tips for optimizing your child’s test performance to help even the most test-anxious child acquire the skills needed to excel at standardized exams.
Everything parents must know to optimize their children’s test performance!
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Because standardized tests are given at different times of the year, choosing the appropriate Get Ready! grade level is crucial to your child’s preparation. If you are unsure as to which book is right for your child, consult with your child’s teacher.
Dr. Joseph Harris, author of the Get Ready! books for grades 1, 2, and 4, holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the Graduate Training Program in School Psychology at the University of South Carolina. He is an adjunct professor in psychology at Converse College.
Carol Turkington, series editor, specializes in developmental psychology. Her articles on parenting and health have appeared in Parents, Psychology Today, and the New York Times.
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