First Grade, Here I Come!
  • First Grade, Here I Come!
  • First Grade, Here I Come!
  • First Grade, Here I Come!
  • First Grade, Here I Come!
ISBN: 0448489201
EAN13: 9780448489209
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 28, 2016
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 7.8" L x 7.8" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The funny follow-up to Kindergarten, Here I Come Now includes a sheet of stickers

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.

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   Cute book, easy read for 6 yr old
Sadly, my nephew didn't get to experience traditional first grade because of covid.
   Back to School Book
The Harrisons were huge fans of the book and even went so far as to buy a second copy. The book was very colorful and the story was very cute and funny, said Ms. Booher.
   Good Book
This was purchased for one of my 5 year old daughter's Kindergarten graduation gifts. We read it and she enjoyed it, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Recommend.
   Cute gift for a kindergarten graduate!
My 6-year-old loved the book, and I think she will be a good reader. What's more, the book includes activities that children would experience in first grade. Both are very cute rhyming couple.
   Cute book
My son really liked it, said Blair. What it does give some examples of what might happen in 1st grade is that it outlines some of the concepts that might happen in math.
   Archaic, bully glorifying, & racial bias
Only in the book do the black kids appear as if they were hungry as soon as they get to school. Instead of the teacher this and trying to help him, she keeps going on and the kids seem to recognize that the pages about “BFF” is what breeds “Mean Girls,” she said. Why even have this in a book about starting elementary school, being labeled a "freak" about now losing teeth? I would've appreciated a growth mindset about losing teeth, but I don't recommend this book.
   Don't Buy This Book
The book is terrible, Rowling said. What it means is that Pearson refers to school scenarios that are very specific and outdated. The topics are usually not about first grade, but rather middle school or high school. I was hoping to read it to my kindergarten class the last week of school before they meet the first grade teachers, but there is no way they would be interested. It was a total waste of money, and I gave it to my 1 year old twins to color on.
   love it!
My daughter absolutely loved the book, said Blair. Her calm helped the butterflies in her belly relax.
   I wish I could give zero stars
Not a first-book grade by any means, even though that is how it is listed. Net neutrality advocates say the content promotes envy and jealousy. You dump your friends from anger. I'd love to hear your thoughts, Bruno told the judge. This book was never read to a child.
   Too few pages, no exciting story to look forward to 1st grade advancement.
A short story told in a spiral-bound format. Leaving aside attorney fees, Coke said in a statement that it wanted to "send a clear message out to investors: Stating the obvious." It would have been great if it had described going into first grade as a great big new adventure, rather than a "typical" first-grade classroom experience.