Comments for The simple solution to heavy schoolbooks! Mon, 09 Jan 2017 08:54:56 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on buy booksplits by Pooi Mun Tong Pooi Mun Tong Mon, 09 Jan 2017 08:54:56 +0000 Hi,

I am from Malaysia. Would like to check how much is shipping cost to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? I would like to buy 10 booksplit packs.

Pooi Mun

Comment on buy booksplits by Winnie Mulloy Winnie Mulloy Thu, 28 Apr 2016 12:12:23 +0000 Hi I am just wondering if you can send me a sample of the material used in the booksplit and I may be able to advise other parents of your product.
Thank you

Comment on buy booksplits by Mary O' Flaherty Mary O' Flaherty Thu, 08 Jan 2015 15:24:45 +0000 I contacted you previously regarding getting a sample. You have indicated that one has to purchase the book splits. To that end is it possible for you to invoice the school (i.e. St Louis Community School) as we don’t have a school credit card. Please bear in mind I am attempting to promote your product and if I can’t progress this, then the matter is dead in the water.

Thanks in advance,

Mary O’ Flaherty

Comment on New Technologies – A Brain-Changer? by Margo Fleming Margo Fleming Fri, 22 Aug 2014 21:50:49 +0000 Hi,

BookSplits* is being launched nationwide. Until it is widely known
about and all teachers recognise and support the use of *BookSplits* and
the benefits of it to students, it would be advisable to bring both parts
of the book to class.

However, it will only be necessary to carry home and back to school the
following day ‘the half’ of the book that is required for homework – you
can leave the other half in your locker. Once *BookSplits* becomes
recognised as a real alternative to carrying heavy books, teachers will be
able to advise students, in advance, which part of the schoolbook that they
need in class on a particular week, month, term or even year. Some of the
schools currently using *BookSplits* have instructed students to leave ‘the
other half’ at home for a year – this is particularly the case for First
Year students where many of the books are for three years.

Perhaps students could tell teachers that they have split their books in
half and put the responsibility on the teacher to advise which half is
required in class on a particular week, month etc.

Hope this helps.

Comment on New Technologies – A Brain-Changer? by maya maya Thu, 21 Aug 2014 23:34:44 +0000 I have no problem with the book splits I think they are a great idea but the only thing that I need to no is for example if the teacher says a certain page what happens when the other part of the book is at home or in the locker and they carnt get to it until the following lesson or the break time