Stop Your Homework Wars


I am dreading it.

Janice is already there.

The homework wars have already started with Jackson. He’s only in second grade, but I hear frustration growing in Janice’s voice as she tries to get him to settle down and do his homework.

My girls are only 2 and 4, but I know the homework wars will be here one day.

So when I met Bonnie Terry M. Ed., BCET at a conference this past summer, I was fascinated when she explained how she uses her 35 years of teaching experience to enable parents to help their children gain a 2 to 4 year learning advantage in reading, writing and math in just 20 minutes a day!

I knew I had to find out more so that Janice could start using her methods to help Jackson right away and so that I would know how to help Julia when she started Kindergarten.

She said “Yes!”

I asked Bonnie if she would share her system with our readers here at 5 Minutes for Mom.

Bonnie agreed and we are having an Exclusive Private Training Call with Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET. on
Tuesday, March 2nd at 8 Pm EST; 5 PM PST.

To register for this private training call, just go to

On the call Bonnie Terry will reveal the secrets to this proven, easy to understand, Speed To Learning System – great for all children, no matter what learning age they are at now and especially effective for those children with learning disabilities such as LD, Dyslexia and ADHD.

Upon registration you will receive…

The Handbook: How to Help Your Child Improve Their Reading, Writing, and Math Skills in Just Minutes a Day.

NOTE: ONLY 100 parents will be able to join my clients on this exclusive training.

Bonnie explains:

The alarming realization that your child is struggling at school is usually followed by the intense frustration of not knowing why and even worse, no one being able to tell you what to do about it.

Your child quickly loses ground compared to other students and is labeled an underachiever, not doing anywhere near as well as they could and should be.

Bonnie Terry, leading Educational Therapist, has spent over 30 years studying the behavioral science behind how kids learn – and more importantly – what gets in the way, slows down and, if left unchecked, eventually grinds to a halt the core learning processes.

Here’s what you need to know right now about giving your child a 2 – 4 year advantage in just 20 minutes a day.

  1. This will work with every child, whether they have LD, dyslexia, ADHD, are falling though the cracks, or are even gifted.
  2. Much of this training is totally ‘below the radar.’ Your kids won’t even realize they are learning with greater ease. Learning just becomes easier for them.
  3. This system uses a speed to learning method that I have perfected over the last 35+ years. Not only will you have a way to profoundly impact your child’s learning, but you will also impact your whole family’s quality of life.

Who is Bonnie Terry?

Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET is a Board Certified Educational Therapist and best selling author with over 35 years of experience.

She is the CEO of Bonnie Terry Learning, one of the fastest growing high-level education companies specializing in giving a 2 – 4 year advantage in reading, writing, and math to LD, dyslexic, ADHD, and gifted children.

With thousands of case studies, articles, and national and international consultations/presentations and awards, Bonnie Terry shows parents, homeschoolers, and teachers how to identify their child’s learning problems and how to address them in 20 minutes a day, whether their kids have LD, dyslexia, ADHD, are falling through the cracks, or are even gifted. Then she follows you every step of the way,
ensuring your child’s success.

Join Bonnie and me on this exciting call. To register, just go to


  1. says

    I don’t know if I am the only one, but I am completely disappointed with this conference call. I registered, printed off and read through the handouts and set my phone to remind me of the call. I called in at 7:57EST and sat on hold for 22 minutes before I gave up. I got tired of listening to the computer telling me “We’re sorry for the delay. The organizer has not yet arrived. You will be placed on hold until the organizer arrives.” Not very professional in my oppinion, even if she is giving a free seminar. I’m not impressed and won’t be considering or recommending her to anyone in the future. I was just curious if anyone else experienced this? I’m also thankful that I have free long distance or the bill for this non-call could have been quite expensive. Disappointing to get such a letdown after looking forward to it for several days.

  2. says

    Just wanted to follow up saying an email just came into my inbox saying she had technical problems on her end and may reschedule the conference. It’s frustrating, but I’m hoping we still get to hear the information.

  3. says

    We are so incredibly sorry to hear that Bonnie had technical difficulties on her conference call today!

    We hope that she can resolve these for the future and our sincerest apologies for those of you who were incovenienced!!! We are so sorry!

  4. says

    So sorry…I apologize profusely. I know your time is precious. I do value the time you took out of your day. I Do NOT take this lightly!!

    I had horrific technical problems and was not able to get on the call. No matter what I did, it didn’t work! There was absolutely nothing I could do. I am so embarrassed and disappointed after all of my preparation.

    I spent most of the night and am spending all of today getting the tech problems straightened out. I will test run everything before I reschedule the call. I am changing host providers of the call and should be able to have FREE web access for everyone.

    I am so hoping you will give me another chance and be on the rescheduled call. You will have the option of attending via phone or FREE on the web.

    Again, I am so sorry for the inconvenience! I will let you know asap when the call is rescheduled.

    I am hoping to reschedule within the week.

  5. Amy says

    I recently saw a local mother on TV in my area talking about this same subject! She had created a website called Qwizzy’s World ( when she became frustrated with her children’s homework and study habits. It’s a really neat site and one you may want to check out. My sons are young (oldest will start K this fall), but there are some neat learning activities for them on the site as well. I taught elementary school before becoming a SAHM, and I can really see how this site could benefit children who aren’t sure how to study successfully. Just wanted to share!

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