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The Million Dollar Question; Name the 21st President

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Author: Richard Flowers

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn; the more places you'll go." -Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss has it right again. The more you learn; the more places you will go!

Have you ever wished that you could remember the names of all 43 presidents in order? Have you ever watched a television game show where the host asked the name of the 21st president to win a million dollars? What if you were that lucky or unlucky person in the hot seat? The lucky one who wins the one million would know all the presidents. The unlucky one would not have a clue much past George Washington or Abraham Lincoln!

Well, I have a solution. I have developed a system for remembering the presidents that uses a unique system of learning based on the multiple intelligences. I have used this system with first grade children in my own classroom and they have quickly and easily learned all the names of the presidents in order. The parents of the children are absolutely amazed. Even students that I had 15 years ago, can still recite the names of the presidents that I taught them in first grade!

I have this system available at my website as a word file download with an embedded audio clip. It is available at a very reasonable fee by clicking on Richard's products in the index.

I invite you to learn the names of all 43 presidents using this system that I have developed. You and your children can impress all of your friends and relatives by reciting all the presidents in order from George Washington to George Bush.

Plus, you never know when you are going to be on a television game show answering the million dollar question: Who was the 5th president of the United States?

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About the author

Richard Flowers AA, BS, MS, CT, is an award winning teacher, author, consultant, artist and musician from Southern Oregon that has spent years researching how we learn. He teaches using multiple intelligences, multi-sensory, hands on teaching techniques. He uses music, drama, art, memory systems, rhythm and hands on science experiments to facilitate deep understanding. Richard's avocation is helping others. He deeply enjoys helping and communicating with parents and others interested in communication, teaching, relationships, learning, parenting, education and personal growth. He answers all correspondence.

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