This is a post in the A to Z Challenge. If this isn't your first time, you know the drill. But for those visiting for the first time, here are the past posts, and for those following along, here's today's post -
Today’s feature is actually a whole series of Alphabet books because Miss Bindergarten has 26 students each corresponding with a letter of the alphabet. The class is introduced in Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten.
As you can see, the first book is invaluable for classrooms and curricula, but
Don’t Stop There!
There are books to help students feel more confident about fieldtrips, sick days, and all the other crazy things that happen in Kindergarten. My favorite book of the series is Miss Bindergarten has a Wild Day at Kindergarten.
Yep, I think the whole series deserves a read. But if you think that means I don’t have a tangent today, you are wrong. On the other hand, animals in picture books may not be that interesting to you, so here’s the next very short installment of THE GREAT ALPHABET DISASTER:
(Sorry, M's Page is smooshed between L and N at the moment. Maybe it will be fixed tomorrow? Somehow I don't think so...)
I write about, with, for, and around kids all day. (Well, maybe I do the dishes too. Sometimes.)