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When You Go To Kindergarten

Author : James Howe
ISBN : 9780688143879
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This critically acclaimed book has been thoroughly updated and reillustrated with all-new photographs. "An excellent book for introducing the kindergarten experience."--Booklist. "For all those normal fears and questions, this book has the answers, and gets them right."--Publishers Weekly.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Gingerbread Man Goes To Kindergarten

Author : Joyce Kramer
ISBN : 9781479723737
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If you are a parent of small children these stories will tell you what is, and is not acceptable in a typical Kindergarten classroom. If you are a Kindergarten teacher you will be quite familiar with the antics of five or six year old students. If you are a Kindergartener these stories will sound like some of their own classmates. In other words this is just the way it is! The stories included in this book took place in a real Kindergarten classroom. The names have been changed to "protect the innocent". Ellie Kurth, the illustrator for "The Gingerbread Man goes to Kindergarten" is an 8th grader and a student at Pleasant Valley Junior High School in Bettendorf, Iowa. She is also the Joyce Kramer's Granddaughter.

Clumpy Goes To Kindergarten Too

Author : Joy LaFrance Youngs
ISBN : 9781504986762
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This book is a story of a young child's experience of going to school for the first time and leaving home. She takes her puppy with her for moral support and, in doing so, learns a lesson on sharing, having fun, and meeting new people. Her kindergarten experience turns out to be not only wonderful but a year of excitement and joy.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Tavie Goes To Kindergarten

Author : GG
ISBN : 9781524612382
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This book is a continuation of a little girl named Tavie who lived with her mom. If you have read Tavies Ten minute story time, you will be able to see and understand the emotions of a preschool child who is transitioning to a kindergarten classroom. You will be able to understand how this experience can be frightening as well as enlightening for a mom and the child. I do hope that my readers will continue to follow the story about Tavie through her educational and transitioning experiences. Gardenia Gresham, MAed/CT, Author Illustrated by: Stephanie Ugalde Copyright: July 2013
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Pirates Don T Go To Kindergarten

Author : Lisa Robinson
ISBN : 1542092752
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Emma the pirate does not want to start kindergarten, so she returns to her preschool classroom to stir up a mutiny against kindergarten.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Adventure Annie Goes To Kindergarten

Author : Toni Buzzeo
ISBN : 9780735229914
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From the author of the 2013 Caldecott Honor Book, ONE COOL FRIEND! Annie Grace wears her "Adventure Annie" cape to her first day of kindergarten, and proceeds to barrel through the day, searching for adventure in every moment. Her interpretation of the class's Gold Star Rules isn't exactly what her teacher, Mr. Todd, had in mind. But somehow Annie does manage to save the day when two of her classmates get lost on their way to retrieve the afternoon snack. Spirited and funny, this is an introduction to kindergarten that will please kids and teachers alike.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Who Will Go To Kindergarten Today

Author : Karl Rühmann
ISBN : 0439430364
Genre : Kindergarten
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Sam decides to send his toy monkey Timbo to kindergarten in his place, but after telling Timbo about his school friends and what his day is really like, he realizes he wants to go himself.
Category: Kindergarten


Author : Nicholson Baker
ISBN : 9780399576379
Genre : Education
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**A New York Times Bestseller** “May be the most revealing depiction of the American contemporary classroom that we have to date." —Garret Keizer, The New York Times Book Review Bestselling author Nicholson Baker, in pursuit of the realities of American public education, signed up as a substitute teacher in a Maine public school district. In 2014, after a brief orientation course and a few fingerprinting sessions, Nicholson Baker became an on-call substitute teacher in a Maine public school district. He awoke to the dispatcher’s five-forty a.m. phone call and headed to one of several nearby schools; when he got there, he did his best to follow lesson plans and help his students get something done. What emerges from Baker’s experience is a complex, often touching deconstruction of public schooling in America: children swamped with overdue assignments, over­whelmed by the marvels and distractions of social media and educational technology, and staff who weary themselves trying to teach in step with an often outmoded or overly ambitious standard curriculum. In Baker’s hands, the inner life of the classroom is examined anew—mundane work­sheets, recess time-outs, surprise nosebleeds, rebellions, griefs, jealousies, minor triumphs, kindergarten show-and-tell, daily lessons on everything from geology to metal tech to the Holocaust—as he and his pupils struggle to find ways to get through the day. Baker is one of the most inventive and remarkable writers of our time, and Substitute, filled with humor, honesty, and empathy, may be his most impressive work of nonfiction yet. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Education

The Day My Mom Came To Kindergarten

Author : Maureen Fergus
ISBN : 9781554536986
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Inviting her mother to visit her new class, a little kindergartener discovers that there are some things that kids are better at than parents.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Kindergarten Friend

Author : Tressa Ann Olden
ISBN : 9781412092579
Genre : Fiction
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Can you remember the days of yester-year? Do you take the time to recap your life's journey? As you rewind back the tape (DVD) and pull sound bits and snippets from years gone by you recall and ponder the journey with a smile, a tear, a pause to meditate that snapshot so clear and vivid. You attempt to remember the details, the essence that embodied the memory the relationships that etched the memories so vividly in mind. You pause tilt your head slightly upward and slide back to fully capture what is now only a fleeing thought. What made it so special, how did it become and indelible imprint in your journey of life? Kindergarten Friend unfolds with delightful episodes of how a young man journeys though life with special and significant events that lead to inspiration, delight, disappointment, and intrigue. It will allow you to stop and reminisce about what it was like for you when you encountered your first friend(s) to those who stayed with you through adult hood and those who you wished you knew their life's path. It presses you imagination to recall those very special moments and times that define who and how you are today. Each phase of his development is filled with exciting and mysterious aspects of life. The author introduces a delightful and compassionate little boy whose story begins with his earliest years of life. Through careful and deliberate inserts of his yester-years his journey is illuminated through snippets of church, elementary, high school and college with the Hand of God guiding and maneuvering this boy into a man. But to enjoy and know this story you must begin in Kindergarten... Philanders J. Olden Loving Husband
Category: Fiction

Daily Language Practice For Kindergarten

Author : Christine Dugan
ISBN : 9781480797697
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This week of practice pages build kindergartners' language skills. Each question is tied to a specific grammar, usage, and mechanics concept. Daily practice through these quick activities will help your students. Great formative assessment tool!

The Berenstain Bears Go To School Read Listen Edition

Author : Stan Berenstain
ISBN : 0375982485
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Illus. in full color. A sympathetic story about Sister Bear, who conquers her fear of starting kindergarten.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

How To Manage Your Kindergarten Classroom

Author : Rosalind Thomas
ISBN : 9781557345165
Genre : Classroom management
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Contains information, activities, and examples for the kindergarten classroom teacher.
Category: Classroom management

Adding It Up

Author : Rosemary Wells
ISBN : 067003519X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Mrs. Jenkin's class learns to count to twenty, learns about shapes and patterns, and learns simple addition and subtraction.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

When First We Go To School

Author : M. Helen Beckwith
ISBN : 1530152941
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Teachers in the primary grades will consider this book a boon. It is brimming over with the spirit of the primary school and full of suggestions as to what to do. The contents are arranged in months and for each month are definite suggestions as to ways and means of interesting the children. There is a leading thought for each month, and plays, games, and a story that circle about the central thought. There are a good many illustrations and all bear directly upon the doing element in school work. The style of the book is vivacious, conversational, and rather confidential with the teacher. If the author had a class of teachers before her, she would talk to them just about as she talks in this book, and they would be very glad to hear it. There is an appendix full of helps about occupations, with plain, definite directions, and teachers never get quite enough of such help. It is a teachers' desk-book and ought to find its way to desks innumerable.- Primary Education. I am in possession of a book, "When First We Go to School," written by M. Helen Beckwith, and published by the Educational Publishing Company, which pleases me so much that I should like to call your attention to the fact that it is likely to prove as great a boon to kindergarten teachers as to primary teachers. From cover to cover the book is full of help and inspiration. The subjects for each month of the school year as set forth by Miss Beckwith, are especially appropriate and pleasing, and her illustration of these subjects contain many suggestions which will be seized upon with joy by the insatiable kindergartner and made points of departure for many a delightful morning's work, play, and talk. The stories, one for each month, are delightful, and the reference made to other stories and songs likely to prove helpful in illustrating the subjects, will be appreciated by all kindergartners, I feel sure. Hoping that this little work may speedily find its way to the homes and hearts of many kindergartners, I am, Yours cordially, -Frances M. Damon, Florence Kindergarten, Florence, Mass. "When First We Go to School," by Miss M. Helen Beckwith, is a bright and stimulating little book. The suggestions as to the way of keeping children busy and interested, and the directions and helps as to material, etc., are very valuable. Every primary teacher should come to know this book. One of the most valuable features are the stories written by Miss Alice L. Beckwith. These are bright and cannot fail to interest children. I can only urge teachers to make themselves familiar with this book, for they cannot fail to get help from it in their every-day work. -Ernest G. Ham, Superintendent of Schools, Montpelier, Vt.

Treasures From A Kindergarten Room

Author : Dana Rowlett
ISBN : 9781469198507
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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As a kindergarten teacher for 26 years, I have often heard some very interesting and funny things that my students have said while in my classroom. After my first year of teaching, I decided to begin writing down all of the humorous quotes that I overheard and funny things that students would say to my colleagues. This book is a culmination of 25 years of heartfelt sentiment and logic from the perspective of children, ages 4-6 years of age. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed reliving the experiences
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction