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Back-to-School Rules Hardcover – September 1, 2011
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My grandson's review: "I like the pictures. My favorite were the kids hanging from the ceiling and flying through the air. The rules are important. But they forgot one. The most important one. You don't hit the teacher. No smacking her butt or kicking. They really don't like that. I know all about that. I really like this book. I need to read it every night so I am ready for school.I think teacher's should read it on the first day."
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If you make excuses, they don't wash with Percy (nor with teachers) and it's a plus to be polite. There are all kinds of little things you need to pay attention to in class. NO foolishness allowed and if you think you're going to think about putting that tack on the teacher's chair . . . don't. Percy Isaac Gifford is a seasoned pro and does know what you can and cannot do at school. There are many important rules, but Rule 8 is more of the most important of all: "No teasing, taunting, fighting. / No punches, pokes, or kicks. / you should not laugh at others. / Never, ever play mean tricks." That means spitballs are out of the question. If you want to learn about things not to do you might want to listen to Percy Isaac Gifford, a boy in the know!
Percy's humorous back-to-school rules, will give any young student a case of the giggles and a few "ideas." Percy has ten basic rules, but as I read through the book each rule has several subsections, especially his rule about what "NEVER to do in school.Read more ›
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Great book to begging the school year. Gives kids a lot of ideas for rules.Published 11 months ago by Sandra Torre
Very funny, very engaging. I read this to my 3rd grade class the first day of school to introduce rules and expectationsPublished 11 months ago by MeganN
Cute story which I am looking forward to sharing with my class!Published 12 months ago by Benene A. Craig
Introducing classroom procedures and rules can be pretty routine, so I'm eager to share this book with my students... Starting the year together with some laughs!Published on July 13, 2013 by Debra Willsie
Its a quarky and cute read aloud. It is all no this no that, but we followed up with a list of DO NOT and DO list, which was a great follow up activity. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Daria
I really enjoyed reading this book to my students, and they enjoyed the voice of the main character schooling them on the rules! Read morePublished on September 22, 2012 by babyruthy83
School is simple for those old and new
you just need to know the things not to do.
Follow Percy's return to school
learn from him, don't be such a fool! Read more