5 edition of Don"t eat the teacher! found in the catalog.
Don"t eat the teacher!
Originally published: 1998.
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|Number of Pages||32|
Don't Eat the Teacher! - book, teaching resources, story, cards, mat, sequencing, primary resources, play, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Teaching. Don't Eat the Teacher by Nick Ward, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
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I read this book to students at the beginning of the school year for a number of years. Kids are inundated during the first few days of school with "do this"/"don't do that" new rules and procedures.
They absolutely LOVED laughing at the frivolity of the rule "Don't eat the teacher"--at last, a /5(51). Don't Eat the Teacher is a good picture book that follows a shark who is beginning school for the first time.
Throughout the book, he gets too excited many times during his first day and each time he gets too excited he opens his mouth and eats whatever is in front of him/5. Here is a story map to use after reading this fun book.
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If You Don't Feed the Teachers They Eat the Students. Packed with words of wisdom and inspiration, this is one book no administrator or teacher should be without. Neila Connors presents practical tips to improve school climate, communicate with parents and students, teach to the standards, and make a difference in students’ lives/5(32).
It's Sammy the shark's first day at school and he's very excited. But when Sammy gets excited, he BITES things. Can he get through the day without causing too m. (gulp!) swallows the teacher. But Sammy quickly Dont eat the teacher! book his lesson: "Don't eat the stories, don't eat the paintings, don't eat the classroom, and DON'T EAT THE TEACHER!"Kids will laugh out loud at the fun text and bright, bold illustrations.
And they'll wonder about the corner bitten off of the book--did Sammy eat that, too?/5(2). "Don't Eat the Teacher" is an adorable book by Nick Ward.
The activities in this packet are designed to help students respond to the story and ease into their first days of Preschool, Pre-K, or Kindergarten. This packet includes activities for: *Comprehension *Story Retelling *First day documentati 4/5(75).
WE DONT EAT OUR CLASSMATES. Please spit them out at once. Ryan T. Higgins hit my very short list of auto-buy picture book authors in a hurry after meeting Mother Bruce. A character that will forever make me giggle. And hes done it again with this one. We Dont Eat Our Classmates introduces readers to an adorable little named Penelope/5.
Neila Connors presents practical tips to improve school climate, communicate with parents and students, teach to the standards, and make a difference in students’ lives. All this in an enjoyable, easy-to-read format--If You Don't Feed the Teachers They Eat the Students will leave you laughing your way to a more successful school : $ Don't Eat the Teacher.
is a fun way of remembering the first day of school. I think that kids of younger ages will love this book and be just as excited as our main character, Sammy. I would definitely recommend this book to any parent because it will /5(5).
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You can eat coins, toys, cigars, cigarettes, rings, necklaces, lips, cars, babies, teeth, cameras, film, even underwear (which come in a variety of scents, sizes, styles and flavors). I read this book to students at the beginning of the school year for a number of years.
Kids are inundated during the first few days of school with "do this"/"don't do that" new rules and procedures. They absolutely LOVED laughing at the frivolity of the rule "Don't eat the teacher"--at last, a rule they could probably abide by/5(47). Do Not Eat That.
is a funny story that follows Zots through his day as he tries to eat all sorts of things. This book will help students learn about cause-and-effect relationships. The book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge to understand text and to identify nouns.
Meet the little shark with a big appetite for school. It's Sammy the shark's first day at school and he's very excited. But when Sammy gets excited, he goes CRUNCH. Sometimes he nibbles his paintings, or chomps on the class story book, but when Sammy's excitement gets the better of him, the teacher is in for a big surprise.
By Don't Eat The Glue This purchase includes a set of directions, one flier, and one recipe. Each functional text has Virginia Standards of Learning formatted comprehension questions that are aimed toward third or fourth grade readers. Don't Eat the Teacher.
A Print-n-Go Story Comprehension Packet Septem I'm using this book to talk about the kiddos first day, how it was different/similar to Sammy's, and then of course using it for retell, sequencing, vocabulary, and story connections.
Parents need to know that We Don't Eat Our Classmates, by author-illustrator Ryan T. Higgins, is a fun and silly start-of-school story that through a cute little T-Rex named Penelope gets at the fear and anxiety of kids can feel in a new situation, wanting to make friends, gaining empathy, and learning how to stick to rules that keep everyone 5/5.
Nonetheless, Don't Eat This Book is monumentally depressing. Where Super Size Me was peppy and cheerfully incredulous, Don't Eat This Book reads more like a doomsday screed, heavy on the horror stories, accusations, and breast-beating, and light on the light at the end of the tunnel.
But like any muckraking journalist, Spurlock isn't out to Author: Tasha Robinson. Get this from a library. Don't eat the teacher!.
[Nick Ward] -- Sammy the shark is so excited about the first day of school, he tries to eat everything in his path. Sammy the shark gets too excited on the first day of school and he bites the table, eats a friend.
Don’t Eat That Frog! “Stacy’s book is perfect for the person who is juggling WAY too many things. and homeschool teacher. I appreciate the help offered in this concise survey of time management strategies and techniques.
It’s a quick read — packed with insight and inspiration. I highly recommend it!Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Don't Eat The Teacher! ()/5(). ★ 04/16/ Children do get eaten in this new story by Higgins (Mother Bruce), but only temporarily.
Consumed by a young, extremely cute T. rex named Penelope, they emerge unharmed (although goopy and justifiably annoyed) after Penelope’s teacher tells her starchily to spit them : Disney Press.