A Fine, Fine School #2020

A Fine, Fine School Sharon Creech Harry Bliss A Fine Fine School A Fine Fine School is a delight for kids with its colorful illustrations and gentle comeuppance for a well meaning principal who learns that learning outside of school can be just as important as be

  • Title: A Fine, Fine School
  • Author: Sharon Creech Harry Bliss
  • ISBN: 9780060277369
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Fine, Fine School Sharon Creech Harry Bliss A Fine, Fine School is a delight for kids, with its colorful illustrations and gentle comeuppance for a well meaning principal who learns that learning outside of school can be just as important as being in school.Tillie goes to a fine, fine school where kids learn about dinosaurs, build pyramids, and paint portraits When her principal decides to call all the students andA Fine, Fine School is a delight for kids, with its colorful illustrations and gentle comeuppance for a well meaning principal who learns that learning outside of school can be just as important as being in school.Tillie goes to a fine, fine school where kids learn about dinosaurs, build pyramids, and paint portraits When her principal decides to call all the students and teachers together for an announcement, no one could have predicted he would say that there will be school on Saturdays Soon everyone goes to school on Sundays, holidays, and even the summer He loves school so much that he forgets to give anyone time off This funny picture book from Newbery Medal winner Sharon Creech, author of Walk Two Moons, and New Yorker cartoonist Harry Bliss is perfect for classroom sharing and for kids who enjoy school but want everyone to remember that time off is important too
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    1. For some reason my kids loved this book Part of it was that we only read half of it before we had to rush off one day, so they begged me to finish it later that night I actually had stopped at that point for a reason, because this book makes a great point What is learning What does it look like Book learning is great, but that s not all there is to it This book offers a really interesting way to have that discussion with kids The pictures are funny and we liked looking at them a lot.David liked [...]

    2. For my first literacy lesson plan of the semester, I chose A Fine, Fine School and the focus skill of making and confirming predictions This is a story about Tillie and her school s principal, Mr Keene, who increases school days for his fine, fine school to include Saturdays, and then Sundays, and then holidays, and then summer, much to the chagrin of the teachers and students It provides a lesson on the theme of too much of a good thing can make it unpleasant I love Sharon Creech s poetry chapt [...]

    3. This was one of my favorite picture books as a child I loved all of the details in the pictures, with the book titles and sticky notes and such It is definitely a fine, fine book

    4. A fabulous story about a principal who loves his school and teachers and students so much that he decides school should be every day weekends, holidays, and even summer break It takes a wise student named Tillie who reminds the principal that there are all different kinds of learning that happensmetimes outside of school A GREAT read aloud

    5. Mr Keene is the principal at Tillie s School He s so proud of his fine school, its teachers, and its students that he announces that there will be school every day, all year long But, Tillie soon points out some serious issues with a year round school year This is a hilarious story about what happens when the love for learning goes way too far Tillie has to help remind Mr Keene that summer is the time for kids to be kids, holidays are meant to be spent at home with family, and that life is about [...]

    6. This is a great book for all ages The story was about a girl who lived with her family, her brother, and her dog Beans and went to school The school principal was very proud of everyone at the school so he decided to have school on Saturday so they could learn No one told him that they didn t want to Then he decided that was going so well that he would have school on Sunday, then Holidays, then summer, but no one told him they didn t want to Finally Tillie went to the principal and told her tha [...]

    7. One day, Mr Keene called all the students and teachers together and said, This is a fine, fine school From now on, let s have school on Saturdays too And then there was weekends, holidays, SUMMER So it s up to Tillie to show her well intentioned principal, Mr Keene, that even though his fine, fine school is a wonderful place, it s not fine, fine to be there all the time.I enjoy Sharon Creech and wanted to read her picture book My kids get worried or hysterical when I read the part about going t [...]

    8. As always, Sharon Creech tells this amusing and very fun story with a touch of mirthful class and a smooth undercurrent of understanding of the thoughts of young students I particularly enjoyed the little comic asides in the pictures, which are filled with subtle jokes and lots of funny moments My favorite one of these was right near the beginning of the book, when Tillie is on the bus reading Pleasing the Ghost , written by you know who In all, this was a good book that lived up to its origins [...]

    9. My niece loves this book and has read it several times, but this was the first time my nephew and I have read this story All three of us had a great time with it It s pretty fun to read out loud it might seem kind of annoyingly repetitive at first, but the principal is just so giddy about his school and about learning, he just can t overcome his enthusiastic if repetitive gushing.My nephew was very emotionally engaged with the story, groaning with misery and frustration in all the intended place [...]

    10. This book is good to read to make children think about what would happen if schools were opened 365 days This book is something that the students could relate to themselves the illustrations on this book is amazing As the students starts going to school on the holidays and even on the weekend, the illustrator does an amazing job adding the small details on the book For example, the reader can notice that there is a toothpaste and toothbrush in one of the student s locker Most importantly, this b [...]

    11. Per my first graders I learned about school A lot of school is not fun Teacher Opinion YES Everybody is not learning because her brother didn t go to school so she could not teach him to skip I think her brother needs to go to school with her dog because everyone is not learning Mr Keene learned that everyday of school is not good because no one had time for play.

    12. This is a fun picture book that shows us how you can have too much of a good thing Principal Keene loves his fine, fine school and his fine, fine teachers and students so much, pretty soon everyone is going to school on weekends, holidays and in the summer Will he come to his senses Great illustrations support the text.

    13. A Fine, Fine School by Sharon Creech, pictures by Harry Bliss Fabulous book, love Sharon Creech, wonderful school, hilarious storyline, should be shared every year to lead discussions on balance between school and time at home, learning, need for independence, and

    14. I think this book is well done as in it has really good words for someone to find them or I don t know its about some kids that go to school, and well the school is called this is a fine, fine school They study all kind of stuff like dragons and stuff like that.

    15. this book elicited many moans and groans and finally cheers at the end from sympathetic students.

    16. One of my favorite read alouds for kids of all grades Principal Keen loves the school, the kids, the teachers so much, he just wants school More school on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays summer break school Until one day a student tells him her brother can t learn to skip and she herself can t learn to sit in her tree with all the school, all the time.

    17. This is a funny book School principal gets excited to have a better school, fine fine school But he does not see what happens in the school after he makes crazy decisions My grade two students love this book.

    18. The principal wants to have school in the summer and during holidays but one of the students makes a plan to save her vacations.

    19. 1 This book is a Irma Black Award Nominee 2 This book is appropriate for 1st 3rd grades.3 Mr Keene, the principal, thinks he has a very fine school, with very fine teachers, and very fine students So fine, that he thinks there should be school on Saturdays too and Sundays, holidays, and during the summer Since no one has the courage to speak to Mr Keene it is up to Tillie to let him know that even though school is wonderful, there are many things to learn at home 4 This was a beautiful book that [...]

    20. A Fine, Fine School by Sharon Creech, is a fun book to read in schools In this book, the principal of the school decides they should have school on Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, and during the summer Tillie, one of the main characters is sad because she doesn t get to play outside with her brother or teach her dog how to fetch The principal eventually decides this is not a good idea I think this is a great book for a fun read Especially when students might complain about having school this could [...]

    21. Sharon Creech has written many books, including the Newberry Medal book Walk Two Moons which is an excellent read She teamed up with Harry Bliss, an award winning cartoonist for The New Yorker to create this fine book, A Fine Fine School.Mr Keene is a very happy principal who is very proud of the work his students and teachers are accomplishing Tille is a student based on pictures I would estimate about 8 who is a student at Mr Keene s school She has a close relationship with her little brother [...]

    22. While Mr Keene, the principal, thinks that school should be every day of the year, Tillie thinks otherwise Since Mr Keene thinks that students should be learning every day, he schedules school on the weekends, holidays, and in the summer However, Tillie shows that this plan is actually preventing children from learning She explains to Mr Keene that her little brother and dog have not been learning because she is at school She also says she has not learned how to clime her tree or sit in it becau [...]

    23. Sometimes, children s books can be profound An especially great book for teachers, school administrators and anyone who thinks that learning can only take place when a child stays in school for long hours I especially hate extra classes after school

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