This adorable picture book celebrates all the familiar milestones and moments shared by every single kindergartener.
Whether it’s the first-day-of-school jitters or the hundredth-day-of-school party, every aspect of the kindergarten experience is introduced with a light and funny poem — not to mention charming illustrations.
Perfect for nervous/excited kids about to go to kindergarten (and their parents!). This engaging adaptation of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” convinces parents and children alike that there is no place cooler than a kindergarten classroom.
On the first day of kindergarten, there’s so much to do! From making new friends to jumping rope in gym to riding the bus to school, there are lots of exciting firsts to look forward to.
Even though saying good-bye to Mom and Dad is hard, when the school bus pulls up, it’s time to begin kindergarten fun.
Mr. Fish is nervously awaiting his first day of school, and he frets about not knowing how to write his name, how to draw shapes, and how to do math ― until he’s reassured that school is the perfect place to learn how to master all of these new skills.
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.
Stinky Face is full of “What ifs” as he gets ready for kindergarten! It’s time to go to kindergarten, but Stinky Face has a question… “But, Mama, what if the sink in my classroom pours grape juice instead of water?”
As the situations grow stranger, Stinky Face’s mama always has just the right answer to make him feel better.
With Lisa McCourt’s zany ideas and Cyd Moore’s motion-filled illustrations, this reader is sure to make every worried kindergartner-to-be a little less nervous.