The funny follow-up to Kindergarten, Here I Come!First grade—it's the big time! After all, it's a real honest to goodness grade. In verses that are both funny and full of heart, D.J. Steinberg celebrates big and small moments, ones that all young "scholars" will relate to—baby teeth that won't fall out, choosing the perfect library book, celebrating Pajama Day, and wrangliThe funny follow-up to Kindergarten, Here I Come!First grade—it's the big time! After all, it's a real honest to goodness grade. In verses that are both funny and full of heart, D.J. Steinberg celebrates big and small moments, ones that all young "scholars" will relate to—baby teeth that won't fall out, choosing the perfect library book, celebrating Pajama Day, and wrangling with the mysteries of spelling. From the first day of school to the last, this engaging anthology is essential reading for all soon-to-be first graders....
|Title||:||First Grade, Here I Come!|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
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First Grade, Here I Come! Reviews
This story is more or less meant for a child entering into, or in the first grade. However, you could change the grade when you are reading it, or just say school in general, and it would still work.Actually, this story isn't really a story. It is a collection of little verses/poems for different aspects of the school day/year. So you have one for math, spelling, snack time, etc. It tries to cover a bit of everything one can expect to happen in an average first grade school year.Some of the verses are really cute and fun, while others fall short. But over all the whole collection is fun. It is definitely a storytime read that will help get kids excited about school!This review is based on a copy provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.Find more of my reviews here:http://readingwithcupcakes.blogspot.com/
A set of rhymes chronicling the first grade year. Read it at the beginning of the year to highlight things that will happen throughout the year, or read it at the end of the year to remember what happened in first grade.
This picture book is a collection of cute, witty, and funny poems about the first grade. Each of the poems exist independently and are accompanied by colorful, full-page pictures. This would be a great book to read aloud to your child or to have your child read aloud to you. One thing I particularly like about this book is that it features many children of color. Since each of the poems exist independent of each other, none of the characters recur nor are they delved into. I felt that this was appropriate given the style of the book and the targeted age group. But there is a person of color on almost every page which is very refreshing to find. I would strongly recommend this book to children ages 4-7. It would be a good book to read to a kid that is anxious about leaving kindergarten. It would also be a good book for children with especially short attention spans, since each of the poems is only a couple stanzas long.
There are several similar books with this same title. The problem with all of them is that none of them fit a specific, individual school as every school and first grade covers different topics, routines, expectations. What make this book unique is that is subtly but clearly covers the entire school year with headings for each topic/section/time of the year, and it is told in rhyming verse.Full color illustrations include a multi-ethnic class of children.
Mostly cute? Didn't have a whole lot to do with first grade specifically, though - you could easily switch it to any other grade and they'll still make sense. (Losing teeth and the very simple math problem are probably the biggest first-grade clues.)Also, whyyyyyy are they only allowed to check out one book at a time from the library??
A little lengthy but worth it. One year in a first grade class flies by with different events being celebrated with paragraph long rhymes. Preschool and up.