K Is for Kindergarten

K Is for Kindergarten Here comes kindergarten Whether your little reader is gearing up for the first day or making her way through the school year K is for Kindergarten will help guide them with silly rhymes and fun activ

  • Title: K Is for Kindergarten
  • Author: Erin Dealey Joseph Cowman
  • ISBN: 9781534103122
  • Page: 262
  • Format: ebook
  • Here comes kindergarten Whether your little reader is gearing up for the first day or making her way through the school year, K is for Kindergarten will help guide them with silly rhymes and fun activities from A to Z.

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      Published :2020-07-12T16:04:39+00:00

    About “Erin Dealey Joseph Cowman”

    1. Erin Dealey Joseph Cowman

      I write in many genres, from board books to YA K IS FOR KINDERGARTEN will release August 15, 2017 with Sleeping Bear Press illustrated by Joseph Cowman Look for a Giveaway opportunity this summer I am thrilled to announce THREE picture books set for publication beginning 2018 GRANDMA S FAVORITE and GRANDPA S FAVORITE Kane Miller illustrated by Luciana Navarro Powell PETER EASTER FROG Caitlyn Dlouhy books Atheneum SS BABIES COME FROM AIRPORTS is now available from Kane Miller reps and the Usborne Books and More web site to be released to Indies and BN next year My picture book, DECK THE WALLS, is a kid s eye view of the holidays and a fun sing along for school celebrations My picture books with Atheneum SS, GOLDIE LOCKS HAS CHICKEN POX, and LITTLE BO PEEP CAN T GET TO SLEEP have taken me to school visits as far south as Brazil and as far north as Tok, Alaska.I m a Language Arts theater teacher with decades of classroom experience and head the theater department of Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp As a member of the Area3WP, I lead writing workshops for teachers and students of all ages If you re wondering why I look familiar, I m the former RA for SCBWI CA North Central, and have presented at SCBWI, reading associations, school library associations, and the PK1 Conference.If you re still reading this thanks , you can find my full bio and Writer s Rap at erindealey and Twitter ErinDealey.

    643 thoughts on “K Is for Kindergarten”

    1. Didn't have a chance to read this before my stepdaughter chose it for reading time. So I was caught off at the beginning by the suggested projects one could do. Nice idea. A bit too late for us! I skipped reading those and just did the rhyming text. Not bad. I guess she enjoyed it.


    2. This book goes through the alphabet and says something about Kindergarten for each letter. Each letter represents something new that a child will face as a new kindergartener. As a teacher, I would use this on the first day of school if I was a kindergarten teacher. It will help students who are coming to school for the first time relax and feel comfortable at school. You could also use this if you are a Pre-K teacher to show your students that going to kindergarten is not going to be that scary [...]


    3. This book is intended to serve an important purpose: to help children who are afraid at the thought of starting school/kindergarten. That is a big transition--leaving Mom and starting to interact with other adults and other children. It is indeed frightening. So the intent here is welcome and important. But I don't think the issues are addressed. The child is not given anything for their heart to go on. It's a compendium of taster activities of the kind a child will likely do in kindergarten. Th [...]


    4. More appropriate for families preparing a child for Kindergarten than a school library collection, although Kindergarten teachers may enjoy sharing this book with students during the first week of school. Each letter of the alphabet spotlights ways in which kids entering school may learn and be successful throughout the day, from leaving stuffed animals at home to learning numbers and letters. Each letter is also attached to a Kinder Countdown challenge that encourages families to practice vario [...]


    5. This is a delightful book to read aloud to an excited little one who is ready to start school! Or one who has just begun, or is nervous about starting kindergarten. The alphabet plays out in this to see, do, and experience school for the first time. It is also filled with fun, interactive things that a kinder can do by themselves or with some help from a caregiver. Like her other wonderful children's book this one will have a cherished place on your little one's shelf. The illustrations by Josep [...]


    6. Super new title by Erin Dealey, K is for Kindergarten takes the reader on a fun alphabetical romp through Kindergarten. In addition to imaginative alphabetical choices that share what kindergartners can look forward to, the book includes count down and challenge activities that build up to that big first day of school and continue as the school year progresses. Charming illustration accompany the imaginative text. Well thought out, well written, well done.


    7. The illustrations are adorable and diverse! The book uses the alphabet to count down to kindergarten. Lots of suggested activities for each letter on the sides. The story text flows and rhymes for a fun read aloud. I really do love the diversity of the illustrations- not only are there children of different races but there are also kids with leg braces and wheel chairs and a multicultural family in the end.


    8. Erin Dealey goes beyond the standard alphabet book with this charming new title. Kids will love her spot-on rhymes and her novel way of incorporating the ABCs into her narrative. The Kinder Challenges and Kinder Countdown sidebars add a fascinating new layer of readiness and extension for families. A must-read for future kinders and their families!


    9. Transitioning to Kindergarten can be really scary! This book uses the familiar landscape of the alphabet to invite readers to try different activities that will prepare them for success in school. Diverse characters and lots of text will encourage multiple readings and discussion.




    10. Preschool children and their parents will benefit from all the ideas to create fun and excitement about going to kindergarten


    11. ABC Book--an easy read aloud that makes some great points. Lots of parent ideas for getting little one ready to come to school.


    12. Half activity book and half ABC book, I would not pick it up to read to your kid at night. The activities are really a good "What you're child should know" kind of reference.


    13. Although it is highly unlikely that any kindergarten children will be able to read this book, perhaps an older sibling or caregiver will share it with them. Brightly colored illustrations accompany text that helps future students learn all about kindergarten, thus reducing some of their anxiety about this new experience, which can be frightening. Not only is ever letter of the alphabet associated with kindergarten, but the book includes various activities that help readers count to the wonderful [...]


    14. What a clever twist on an alphabet book! It's a triple win: prep-your-pre-kinder and celebrate-your-kinder and challenge-your-kinder-and/or-kinder-class all in one. I love the Kinder Countdown on every spread that has an activity for the child excited for (or nervous about) starting K, and the Kinder Challenge that kicks it up a notch for the kids that are already in K and are in the process of learning and growing. I have to say about the reviewer that wrote something about a kindergartener not [...]


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