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Dec 01, Aly Gutierrez rated it liked it Shelves: my-books , reading Miss Bindergarten and each student, with a different letter for their name, get ready for kindergarten.

Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten by Joseph Slate

Morning routines, setting up the classroom, traveling to school meeting other students. The whole class arrives, and Miss Bindergarten begins the school day.

Especially for the first day of school. Good follow up read to keep a student engaged in the story. This is a great kids book. Every other page you see Miss Bindergarten setting up for the first day of kindergarten. And every other page there are 3 or 4 kids getting ready and going to the first day of class kindergarten.

What's so great about this book is it incorporates the alphabet in two ways. In the back of the book is a cast of characters A through Z of types of different animals. Those animals names also are A through Z. When we first meet the kids, Adam the alligator and Brenda the Be This is a great kids book. When we first meet the kids, Adam the alligator and Brenda the Beaver and Christopher the cat are waking up for the big day. Well done and colorful and gives children a look into kindergarten Aug 30, June rated it really liked it Recommends it for: alphabet and school requests.

Shelves: picture-book , school , storytime , alphabet. A classic for this time of year. It is inclusive with an animal in a wheel chair. Small group, but they were so excited they couldn't remain seated.

Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten

View 1 comment. Jun 17, midnightfaerie rated it liked it Shelves: childrens. Not one we wanted to read over and over again, yet all my kids enjoyed it, preschoolers and older alike. It reinforces the letters of the alphabet through alliteration, while going over activities that happen in Kindergarten. I'd put it at a level 1 reading level, since it's not labeled. A good book when learning the alphabet or trying to find books to get a child ready for Kindergarten.

Sep 20, Savannah rated it it was amazing Shelves: savannah-strosser. Her students, who each begin with a different letter of the alphabet, are also getting ready for the big day at home. Emotions are high, as the students and Miss Bindergarten anxiously prepare in this humorous alphabet book.

There's much to look at in the cheerful, detailed, contemporary illustrations, and the internal rhymes in each short sentence and the recurring refrain of the title make the book a natural for reading aloud and for chanting along with. These emotions are all addressed as Miss Bindergarten and her soon-to-be students each prepare for their upcoming first day of class.

Children will be entertained and educated along the way through rhyming text and humorous, lively watercolor and gouache illustrations. The book serves double duty as a highly entertaining alphabet book and as a guide to what children can look forward to on their own first day of kindergarten. The first review makes a good point in saying that it is a great book to address both alphabet and animal identification, while the second review focuses primarily on the emotions that go along with the first day of school.

I would agree with both of these reviews; the story would be a great read aloud. Evaluation of Literary Elements: The illustrations are colorful and detailed. Every animal is given their own spot on the page, and is surrounded by color, which makes it easy to identify each letter and animal. The rhyming and repetitive phrases leading up to the end goal the first day of school make the simple plot easy to follow along with.

Consideration of Instructional Application: This read-aloud book could be used to practice rhyming and letter and animal identification. Printing out the rhyming words, letters, or animals onto paper could be used to play an identification game as the story is read aloud. Students may also enjoy writing or pointing to the correct rhyming word, letter, or animal on a whiteboard. Jan 04, Beatrice Fox rated it really liked it. There have been an awful lot of books lately about school.

Not just "we are kids and we're in school" types but "here we are getting ready for school". The actual event of going to school, especially for the first time IS the major plot event. And kudos to that! It IS a big event! It IS a big deal! It IS a great event on its own. Simple yet important and a big milestone. And it isn't easy and it takes a lot.

This book takes that even further. It addresses the teacher. Usually the teacher is just There have been an awful lot of books lately about school. Usually the teacher is just a nice lady waiting to hug you every day and give you A's and F's and break up your fights. But here, you not only see how much effort it takes for the kids to get ready but a major focus is on the teacher and just how much it takes for a kindergarten teacher to prepare for a classroom full of kids. And even moreso the impact, with cuts being made yearly on teacher's salaries and recently the removal of tax credits and deductions for teachers even supplying the needed supplies FOR the classroom Miss bindergarten's work is never done.

It even starts before the book begins. We are treated to seeing Miss Bindergarten starting her day, getting herself ready, then beginning to organize everything she needs in the pages leading up the first page in the book. The artwork is really charming and the main character, we see how hard she works and how much she cares, even as we see the milestone of the 26 kids in her class.

And this book utilizes the alphabet with each child's name as well. Now the poetry of seeing each kid and that story is a little bit overdone, not that exciting but it is nice to see how each different child has something to do as they get ready for school It isn't magic. It takes a lot of elbow grease to be a teacher. And this book was not even published recently but in The struggle has always been.

And always will be. And this book rightfully raises the queen of the classroom on her pedestal. My only complaint is naimg her Bindergarten to get the obvious rhyme when there is never anyone named that.


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Just saying Miss Barten or something would have been fine and less eyegouging. Feb 04, Brianna rated it it was amazing Shelves: This fictional children's book could be used for something of an anticipatory set for all of Kindergartener. Through the reading of this book kindergarteners could be asked to put a thumbs up if they did what the current animal is doing in the picture.


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In this way it could become an early lesson in comprehension and relating to a text. After finishing the teacher may ask, if nobody has already mentioned it, tha This fictional children's book could be used for something of an anticipatory set for all of Kindergartener. After finishing the teacher may ask, if nobody has already mentioned it, that the book showed the alphabet, "I'm sure many of you already know the alphabet, and if you don't you will learn this year. If you already know the alphabet, I want you to really think about how this book showed letters from the alphabet being used in meaningful ways.

This book had another skill in it that we are going to be working on during the year rhyming Of course, either of those pieces of the book could have their own more complete lessons, but I think I'm most likely to use it in the way I described above. Nov 15, Tara Schloetter rated it really liked it Shelves: animals , repitition , rhyme , read-aloud , picture-book , alphabet. Rhyming and repetition are two elements included in this book and are one reason why this would be a great book for young readers.

This would be a perfect choice of book to read to students on their first day of kindergarten because it shows other students and the teacher getting ready for their first day as well. One thing I enjoyed about this book was that even though the text does not say the type of animal explicitly, a child can guess by using the picture and the name of the animal.

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For exa Rhyming and repetition are two elements included in this book and are one reason why this would be a great book for young readers. The first letter of each name is also enlarged, bold, and colorful, which makes it more significant that the name is related to the type of animal.

This book uses fairly simple language and easy vocabulary, however, it also includes some made up words as the last names of the animals; for example: Lenny Loome, Noah Bonn, and Quentin Wend. These could work as nonsense words that students can sound out. Oct 05, Dayna Stechel rated it really liked it Shelves: alphabet-books.

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Awards: None 2. Appropriate grade level s : Kindergarten and First Grade 3.

Joseph Slate, a native West Virginian, has always loved to paint and write.