Back-to-School Books | Books About Starting Kindergarten, Preschool, New Grade - FamilyEducationStarting the school year is a universally exciting and nerve-wracking time for kids and their parents! Whether your child is off to preschool, kindergarten, middle school, or any grade in between, find some classic and new back-to-school stories that will help prepare and excite him for the year ahead! Looking for more? Use our Book Finder tool to search for new books for kids of all ages! Planet Kindergarten by Sue Ganz-Schmitt. First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg.
The First Day and Beyond: 8 Books About Kindergarten for Kids
The author is Julie Danneberg, and the kindergrten and comic illustrations in ink and watercolor are by Judy Love! Your little one will be eager to do the same after story time. The Scholastic Store. I promise they will help your child and you make it through the very first day… and maybe even the second day!This picture book is filled with color photographs of active children in kindergarten classrooms. Your child will be really excited to start kindergarten once they read Kindergarten, and has adorable illustrations. Watch the story come to life as it is read aloud here. It rhymes, Here I Come.
The New Bear at School. I still read this to 2 nd and 3 rd graders every year. I always buy my children beat back to school book, he shows the gifted kids that his lively antics are another sort of gift that everyone can learn from. While Donovan is no math or science whiz, and this is the one I gave to my daughter before starting kindergarten.
Do you have a child who is a little shy or has trouble fitting into new situations. This lighthearted, school-themed tale is good for a chuckle. The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt Duncan discovers that his crayons are going on strike because of personality clashes: Beige is tired of playing second fiddle to Brown. Kindergarten Mama Hustle Reading School.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Print. Fresh, wacky take on first-day-of school jitters. Literature allows children to make connections to characters and talk about their fears and worries. This sweet modern classic is the perfect antidote to your little one's worries about missing home.
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Is your child nervous about the first day of kindergarten? Help them feel prepared and confident by reading books about what to expect! I did a lot of research and found 16 awesome books to entertain and comfort your student. They are also a great starting point for talking about your own school experience. The best part? You can listen to a lot of these books as they are read aloud for free! I included the read along video with each book in this post.
Your child probably has a lot of those same fears! Ungifted by Gordon Korman. After reading this story, your kindergartner will be so excited for all the fun school will bring. I did a lot of research and found 16 awesome books to entertain and comfort your student.