let's get ready for first grade!

Summary:
The book gives little blips about ways children can get ready for kindergarten and how their parents can prepare them for the big day of first grade.
Educational Themes:
This is a guided workbook to introduce concepts and first-grade level work to kids.
Reading Level:
0.0
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
Recommended Age To Read Together:
5 to 8
Age of child:
Read with 4 classes of kindergartners (and their parents) at W.M. Anderson Primary School, Kingstree, SC participated in this book review as part of our Use Your ABCs program.
Purchase Recommendation:
Borrow or buy. This is a definite "must" for parenting resource centers in schools.
Little Kid Reaction:
The kids didn't like this book.
Big Kid Reaction:
The parents liked the helpful strategies, but the readability was much too high for some of our parents. It�s an excellent resource for parenting centers and should be used for group activities for parenting workshops.
Pros:

This is a useful book for helping parents understand the requirements for first grade and to help them prepare their children.

Cons:

This is a book for parents to instruct the child. The reading level of the material itself may be beyond some parents' capabilities.


Title Let's Get Ready For First Grade!
About
Author Stacey Kannenberg
Publisher Cedar Valley Publishing © 2006
Illustrators Joyce Babel-Worth
ISBN 1933476109
Material Paperback
Genres Math, Concepts - Counting, Science, Picture Book Series, Literacy Concepts, Interactive Learning
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