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"Mrs. Wakefield's 1881 work is a deceptively simple work of staple recipes for the home cook. Containing such basic recipes as ""Clear Macaroni Soup,"" ""Roux for Thickening All Kinds of Soups, Sauces, Gravies, etc., "" and ""To Bake a Ham,"" the work goes on to more advanced recipes that build upon the more simple ones. Designed to utilize more common ingredients, this work allows the cook to create inexpensive, yet still elegant meals. "
Every parent, at some point, is faced with the need for some type of child care. Whether it's hiring a nanny, leaving your child in the care of a family member or friend, or enrolling them in a child care setting. With more than twenty years of experience in various arenas of child care, Traci Sanders shares her knowledge of the advantages and disadvantages of each type of environment to allow parents to make an informed decision about where to place their child for care. In this book she reveals: *All the options for child care explaining the benefits and drawbacks of each one. *The three most important S's in choosing a child care setting. *What type of daily schedule a parent should expect their child to have from birth to twelve years and includes suggestions for age-appropriate toys, materials, and activities. *The top twenty questions a parent should ask ANY caregiver when interviewing. *The top twenty things child care providers wish parents knew. *Strategies to make the right decision for the location and price of your child care setting. *Ways to build a relationship with your child care provider to ensure your child's needs are met and your concerns are addressed. *How to ease the transition for you and your child into a new care setting. Making the decision to leave your child in someone else's care is never an easy one but with the strategies and tips found in this book, you can at least make an informed decision. Take back your power as a parent and make the RIGHT choice for your child.
How would you like to earn a comfortable living from the comfort of your kitchen? People earning a truck-load of money from home has sky-rocketed in recent years, but is it really that hard? Read on. Times have become economically difficult and it is not surprising that a lot of people are preferring to stay at home and try to make money from the talents they have. Did you know home businesses that are thriving in today's global scenario?My name is Atacius and I've been involved in everything from small online business ventures to advising corporate giants in the City of London. Successful businesses doesn't ask you how big you are. Successful Business deals in facts - whether you're making money or not. It's that simple and the business mindset applies to someone making hundreds of dollars/pounds per month as it does to corporate giants turning over millions per day. You probably have a rough idea of what you want to do, the concept of you home business model. But do you have what it takes to get there? We take a look here at what it takes to create a successful home business model, the things to consider, look out for, and prepare so we can approach the home business with information and make it a success.We take a look here at what it takes to create a successful home business model and then carry through with it.1) The Pros and Cons of Home Business Models 2) Choosing a Home Business 3) Home Business Models to Choose from 4) Building Your Mindset to Succeed 5) The Material and Abstract Things You Will Need 6) What Motivates a Home Business Operator? 7) Your Early Achievements 8) Taking Your Home Business to Higher Levels 9) Guiding People Along - Building a Workforce 10) Beyond Home BusinesAdditional subjects covered inside the book:Website Design and SEO Affiliate Marketing Freelance Writing and Related Jobs Curious? Check out this easy to read guide on how to get started on starting a business from home - a new chapter in your life and a fantastic way to earn a living.
As social media use explodes in popularity, teachers can now share resources and interact with a broad international audience of colleagues, scholars, students, and the general public. Teachers use sites such as Twitter to develop and hone their professional identities and manage others' impressions of them and their work. This text draws on extensive research to provide guidance about teachers' use of social media for professional development and identity formation. A conceptual framework drawing on Goffman's Theory of the Presentation of Self in Everyday Life and research into how users interact online informed the case studies of preservice teachers' experiences with social media. A secondary function of the book is to guide teachers through the process of conducting action research projects in their own classrooms. Use of social media involves more than just sharing links or scattered thoughts; savvy users consider a wide variety of methods and forms of interaction. This text shares research-based best practices for these forms of information sharing, including the effects of these practices on different audiences. Twitter and other forms of social media offer an easily accessible, free mode of communication; however, while asking a question and obtaining answers from people all over the globe is exciting, and while this process can be empowering for both the questioner and the responder, it can also be problematic as viewed from a quality control perspective. Is the information accurate? Does it reflect research-based best practices? What are some of the ways that teachers can and should form personae and identities on social media? What are the risks? This text chips away at these crucial questions.
The Sails Take-Home Library features two sets of stimulating texts to support take-home reading programs. The books are filled with amusing characters, humorous situations and colourful pictures, to engage students and encourage them to read outside the classroom. The inclusion of Parent Notes in each book enables parents to play an integral part in strengthening their child's reading skills.
The Sails Take-Home Library features an exciting mix of titles in both Set A and Set B. Covering a variety of genres and styles, the vibrant mix of fiction and non-fiction titles will engage every student.
This reader is classified as Reading Level 4 / Fountas and Pinnell Level C. Visit our Levelled readers page for further information on reading levels.
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