Kindergarten Book Lists
Our Favorite Children’s Books for Back to School
The first day of school is an exciting, jittery day filled with new friends, new teachers, and a new grade. These first day of school books are a great way to start your year off. With humor and defiance Pigeon protests going to school. Of course, he already knows everything. Ready or Not, Woolbur Goes to School!
Whether you're helping your child prepare for preschool or kindergarten, these This fun and sweet book features a little boy who can't wait to start school after.
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Get Your Little One Ready for Kindergarten!
Starting kindergarten is a big milestone and leaves many kids feeling apprehensive about their first day. Kids will connect with beloved characters, realize they are not alone with their fears, and get excited about starting kindergarten as they read these kindergarten books. This post contains affiliate links. Kindergarten Rocks! Actually, Dexter and Rufus have nothing to fear and they soon find out kindergarten rocks! Kindergarten, Here I Come! This read aloud book uses poems to walk you through the experiences you will have in kindergarten.
Starting 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. Too Much Glue by Jason Lefebvre.
My primary goals as a preschool teacher are never the academic goals. Social-emotional growth is always the most important goal in my classroom. These back to school books coupled with circle time activities focused on emotions make great first week activities in any classroom. Morris is just who he is. Who he happens to be is a boy who loves to dress up in an orange dress. They support Morris for who he is without labeling or shaming. Rex Wrecks It by Ben Clanton is a must read for the first week of preschool.