Miss Bindergarten and her class have had a great year in kindergarten! They have gone on a field trip, marked the 100th day, created a circus, and even survived a wild day. But now the school year is over, and it's time to remember, to celebrate, and for Miss Bindergarten to say, 'Good-bye, kindergarten. It's been a special year.' The bestselling Miss Bindergarten series comes to a sweet and jubilant conclusion by honoring an important passage: the last day of kindergarten. Filled with last-day classroom ideas, it's also a perfect gift to honor graduation and moving-up ceremonies. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the Last Day of Kindergarten is the perfect way for teachers and students to commemorate their own end-of-the-year festivities.
|Publisher:||Penguin Young Readers Group|
|Series:||Miss Bindergarten Series|
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 10.84(h) x 0.12(d)|
|Lexile:||AD560L (what's this?)|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Joseph Slate, a native West Virginian, has always loved to paint and write. Mr. Slate is professor of art emeritus at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he taught for 30 years. He now lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his wife, Patty. A Marine Air Corps veteran, he and his wife have set foot on all seven continents and traveled in 39 countries. They have lived in both Japan and Italy.
Ashley Wolff is the author and/or illustrator of over 55 children’s picture books including I Love My Mommy Because and I Love My Daddy Because, Stella and Roy Go Camping, Me Baby, You Baby, The Wild Little Horse, Who Took the Cookies from the Cookie Jar?, I Call My Grandma Nana and the beloved Miss Bindergarten Series. Her books have won numerous state and national awards.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Miss Bindergarten has much to celebrate. It¿s the last day of kindergarten and her class has had a very successful year. They¿ve gone on field trips, marked the 100th day, learned, and had a lion¿s share of fun. Now, it¿s time to say good-bye to kindergarten. As related in bouncing rhyme, the first step is to get the room ready for the summer. ¿Danny scrubs a table. Emily hands back rocks. Franny clears her bin and shouts, `Oh no - three smelly socks!¿ Now, for the real celebration: they play in the sprinkler, have pizza, and remember the good things that have happened all year. Before the day is over Miss B. has a special surprise for each of her students. Youngsters will easily relate to the last day of school and find enjoyment in Ashley Wolff¿s colorful and comical illustrations. - Gail Cooke