Beginner's Watercolour: Simple Projects for Artists (First Crafts)
Even aspiring painters who have never before picked up a brush can create beautiful watercolors, thanks to Sarah Hoggett's fully illustrated step-by-step introduction. From tools and materials, to techniques for mastering color, tone, depth, and perspective, to more than 20 stunning projects featuring still lifes, landscapes, and figures, it takes painting novices all the way to art aficionado.
Many parents find getting their child to school in the morning to be quite a challenge. If your child consistently pleads with you to let him stay home from school, if he skips school, if his morning routine is fraught with misbehaviors, or if he exhibits signs of distress and anxiety related to attending school, this book can help.
This book is meant to be a guide and hand reference for using Google to conduct online research. While the items discussed are Google specific many will work across various other search engines. Google can be a powerful tool once you learn how it operates. Many of the search tips listed in this book I use on a daily basis. You will find shortcuts, tips, tricks and even some Easter Eggs that will have you power-searching with Google in no time.
Wilderness guide Cliff Jacobson created the map and compass curriculum for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, and here he shows easy-to-follow steps on choosing a compass, reading contour lines and other map features, using them in concert with a GPS receiver, plotting a course in the wilderness, navigating at night by the stars, and much more.
Presentation Patterns: Techniques for Crafting Better Presentations
Presentation Patterns is the first book on presentations that categorizes and organizes the building blocks (or patterns) that you’ll need to communicate effectively using presentation tools like Keynote and PowerPoint. Patterns are like the lower-level steps found inside recipes; they are the techniques you must master to be considered a master chef or master presenter. You can use the patterns in this book to construct your own recipes for different contexts, such as business meetings, technical demonstrations, scientific expositions, and keynotes, just to name a few.
The Project Approach in Early Years Provision is designed to help early years students, practitioners and managers understand and manage project work with young children. The project approach is designed to enable early educators to ensure young children are learning in the best possible way by providing motivating learning opportunities. Put the project approach into practice, using the included resources with adaptable and printable planning and observation forms. Link the approach to the requirements of all four British early years curricula.
No matter your writing level or ability, whether you feel like you have nothing to write about or you don’t have a following or influence — know that by following the information in Book Launch, you can successfully write a bestseller. Most importantly, you can use your bestseller to grow your business, make more money and help more people.