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Merit Planner 2018-2019 By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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The full size Merit Academic Planner breaks days down into 30-minute intervals so you can block off just the right amount of time for classes, homework, studying, eating and extracurricular... More > activities. This planner measures 8.5 inches by 11 inches.< Less
Merit Planner 2019-2020 By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
Paperback: $24.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
The full size Merit Academic Planner breaks days down into 30-minute intervals so you can block off just the right amount of time for classes, homework, studying, eating and extracurricular... More > activities. This planner measures 8.5 inches by 11 inches.< Less
Soc 48 M Cultural Awareness By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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In order to prepare for kindergarten, the pre-kindergartners continue to improve their social skills learned in Merit Academy’s SOC 18M, SOC 24M, SOC 30M, and SOC 36M courses. They fine tune... More > their ability to describe people and things, to name the states, to recite their personal identification, to be aware of safety tips, and to take care of their own self sufficiency skills. This cultural awareness course also introduces students to cultures from around the world. By learning about cultural festivities that take place throughout the year, the students will become familiar with customs, traditions, costumes, and foods of people who are different from themselves. This will give the students the opportunity to experience the traditional celebrations of world religions and cultures.< Less
Soc 30 M Social Skills By Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
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In this six-month course, toddlers begin to explore the social work around them. They begin each day by sharing one of their toys or stuffed animals with other children or the teacher. By describing... More > their prized possession, they’re developing language skills as well as sharing skills. They learn to listen to other toddlers and they learn patience and how to take turns. The toddlers also begin to explore their bodies. By learning the names of their body parts, they recognize that everybody has the same anatomy. They take turns role playing to begin to recognize how other people and animals interact with the world, and they imitate faces and sounds to learn the art of mimicking. Learning how to dress themselves, the children begin to learn self-sufficiency skills and independence. By working on these social skills each day, the children begin to learn the art of interacting with others in a social environment.< Less

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