Published April 27, 1987
by Random House Audio .
Written in English
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Stickers are great but it's more a starting nursery book, than starting school. The pictures and activities are all based on what the children do at nursery, there's nothing in it that talks about what Reception children might experience that is different to their education experience so far, like assembly, or seeing the night children or counting/5(3). All of the kids loved reading about school, and after reading it at bedtime every night for a week, our five year old marched right into his classroom on the first day feeling nothing but excitement. (The four year old, on the other hand, /5(). Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school.. Click here to get started. Please share these free resources with your students and your students' parents to keep the learning going. Need help managing first-day-of-school jitters? No problem. Looking for middle school books or high school stories? We've got 'em -- from popular current series to modern classics. For more choices, check out these lists: Books to Help Your Kid Survive Middle School and Kindergarten Books. Happy reading!
Going to school Introduce young children to the unfamiliar situation of going to school in an amusing and friendly way. Each page features Stephen Cartwright’s delightful illustrations, providing lots to look at and talk about. An ideal starting point for young children and adults to discuss first experiences. I'm going to school (Buster Books, £5) A bright, colourful fill-in book which introduces your child to every aspect of school life, from getting ready in the morning to break time, shapes, letters and numbers, going-home time and classmates. With lots of space for pictures and colouring-in, it's a great way to prepare for the First Day. The children live Not overly impressed with this book. The children live in an apartment building which I didnt think was relevant or necessary to ‘going to school’. There’s reference to the other children in their building who are going to school too with them. It just confused my daughter as they live ‘upstairs’/5(65). Find the best books, literary resources and educational solutions for kids at Scholastic, a leader in publishing and education for nearly years.