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Mind Maps For Kids: An Introduction aims to help children learn easy methods to complete homework in a short span of time.
Summary Of The Book
Getting school work done is often considered a boring task by students. This book can help change this perception with revolutionary techniques that will enable students halve the amount of time they spend on this work, through note-taking and appropriate planning. It is an ideal book for children between the ages of 7 and 14.
Mind Maps For Kids: An Introduction gives students important pointers on how to correctly remember facts and figures, so that they are never at a loss for the right answers. The book covers all subjects in the prescribed curriculum and explains this unique system of learning, using relevant examples. It states that Mind Mapping is an easy method to apply, helping students remember and recall what they have studied. It enhances children's concentration and teaches them how to make precise notes that they can study and revise from before an examination.
This workbook shows students that learning can be fun. It features a collection of handy tips to improve one's memory. It also contains several colourful cartoons, witty jokes, and brain teasers for children to work out. The book has chapters like What to do with Mind Maps, Fun Stuff, How to Mind Map, and Mind Maps for Ever.
The author has shown that if students are allowed to use creativity, fun, and colour, even the most difficult exercises can be made enjoyable. Mind Maps For Kids: An Introduction reveals to students how to incorporate this method of systematic planning in their daily studies.
About Tony Buzan
Tony Buzan is an educationist and writer.
He is also the author of The Memory Book, Modern Mind Mapping for Smarter Thinking e-book, Use Your Perfect Memory, Use Your Head, Concordea, and The Most Important Graph in the World.
He was born in Middlesex, England, in 1942. He fervently endorsed mind mapping and mnemonic systems. He created a software programme, iMindMap, to further his cause. The term Mind Map is trademarked by The Buzan Organisation. He gained success writing books in the popular psychology genre and his works have been translated into nearly 30 languages.