It'S Back To School We Go!: First Day Stories from Around The World Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-28 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 12 user ratings

" 3rd grade friendly. This book shows that children all of the world go to school but not everyone does it the same way " said.

" Diversity in childrens school experiences and how much they have in common " said.

" This book is great for parents and teachers for learning about how students across the world prepare for the next school year. I would use this book for a multicultural text and also to discuss the seven continents. " said.

" This book could be used K-5 to teach students different things that students do around the world to starting art the first day of school. It can also be used as a geography lesson with naming the different places that is in the book. " said.

" A wonderful look at the first day of school for eleven different children from different countries and cultures. I love the author's note as well as the bibliography and web resources. This would be a great way to introduce other cultures or a really fun activity for the first day of school! I only wish that there was a pronunciation guide for the many different language words that are included! " said.

"Very good book for children to learn about what school is like for children around the world. Some of the places mentioned are: Kenya, China, and the USA. The book is large and there are wonderful illustrations depicting some of the events the children describe. I'd say this is better for a child at least 5-6 as the children's stories are each one page with a second page for bullet points summarizing school in that location. My little one (3 years old) got bored about halfway through, so younger ones might enjoy looking at the pictures more and having you summarize what's going on. She preferred This Is the Way We Go to School: A Book about Children Around the World because it had less text so I made it through that one faster, but I much preferred this one because I enjoyed the in depth information whereas the other one is just about how the children travel to school." said.

" A fun look at what a first day of school might be like in India, Peru,China, Japan, Australia and other countries. I appreciate that the authors point out that each child is a composite of several children and that the child represented does not necessarily represent all the educational experiences of children in that country. However, it's nice for children to see both similarities and differences between their experience and that of other children around the world. " said.

"This is a really neat book that describes the first day of school for children all over the world. In this book, we get a glimpse into the lives of children from China, Japan, Russia, Australia, and many more places across the globe. This book allows students to see other children and cultures around the world and how their school life is different and also the same. I would use this book during the first week of school to teach students that children all over the world go through some of the same things on the first day of school as them, as well as different things. This would make a great compare and contrast lesson. This story can also be used for a social studies lesson. For example, it would be neat to look up on a globe each place that is mentioned in the book. " said.

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