My new book, Mind Mapping for Kids (MMFK), is now available on Amazon and iBooks.
If you have kids, teach kids, or know parents or teachers of kids in elementary school who could use help with reading comprehension, this book is for you.
In just three short parts, Mind Mapping for Kids shows you how to mind map (Part I), how to improve reading comprehension using mind maps (Part II), and how to apply mind mapping to other areas of your life (Part III).
I’m excited to tell you more about the book and offer a number of prizes to those who buy the book between December 3-7.
Table of Contents
To give you a better sense of what’s in the book, here’s the entire Table of Contents from MMFK (includes preface).
Book’s Mind Maps
There are LOTS of mind maps in MMFK. Over 50 of them, in fact.
Here’s a preview of the mind maps: Preface, Part I, Part II, Part III, and Appendix.
You can access them all for FREE by joining the insiders-only list.
I hope, however, that you’ll still purchase the book (only $9.99), which includes all the maps, plus an informative narrative that places the maps in context and gives you an overview of how you can immediately put mind mapping to work for kids.
Once you read the book, I hope you’ll start mind mapping. To help you get started with mind maps, I’ve put together a workbook that includes 11 worksheets referenced in MMFK.
Get the free Map It! Workbook here.
To encourage you to try mind mapping, I’m offering a special incentive: over $25,000 in prizes.
- Buy the book between December 3-7 (20% off on Amazon).
- Let me know your prize preference by end of December 7.
Winners will be selected via random.org.
When notified that you’ve won, send me a copy of your book receipt and I’ll send you your prize.
Anyone who buys the book can also request a 6-month license of ONE of the following:
- ConceptDraw MINDMAP
- MindMeister Pro
- Xmind Pro
Get your FREE 6-month license by e-mailing me a copy of your purchase receipt.
MMFK is unlike any other reading comprehension book, both in its content and style. As with my previous mind mapping book, How to Study with Mind Maps, reading MMFK in sequence is not necessary (though you certainly can, if you wish). Feel free to skip around, explore the book’s various mind maps, and start mapping on your own.
One Last Thing
In the publishing world, first-week sales are critically important. Your support will help raise the book’s ranking, making it visible to others who’ve yet to try mind mapping. You can also buy gift copies (Christmas presents!) for others via Amazon.
If you like the book, I hope you’ll also consider posting a book review on Amazon.
Let me know about your experiences with mind mapping and always feel free to get in touch with questions or comments. You can reach me at profTK@conciselearning.com and @ConciseLearning.
Thank you for your support!