!!> Reading ➼ Sorry, Grown-Ups, You Can't Go to School! ➵ Author Christina Geist – Writerscompany.co.uk

Sorry, Grown-Ups, You Can't Go to School! This Fun Role Reversal Picture Book Will Help Reluctant Students See The Appeal Of School It S Just Another School Morninguntil Mom, Dad, Grandma, And Even Bow Wow The Dog BEG The Kids To Let Them Come To School, Too Dad Can Tie His Own Shoes Why Can T He Come Mom Is All Ready With Her Brand New Backpack She S Allowed, Right No Only Kids And Teachers Christina Geist S Warm, Interactive Story Is The Perfect Tool For Parents Of Kids Who Are Reluctant Or Nervous About Going To School The Fun Refrain Sorry, Grown Ups You Can T Go To School Only Kids And Teachers Only Kids And Teachers Brilliantly Paints School As Something Exclusive And Desirablewhich Kids Can Access Tim Bowers S Lively Illustrations Enhance The Fun And Heighten The Hilarity This Is Sure To Be A Back To School Classic In Many Families And Classrooms

About the Author: Christina Geist

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10 thoughts on “Sorry, Grown-Ups, You Can't Go to School!

  1. says:

    I didn t love this one, but it did come in handy when my son hesitated on his first day of preschool and asked why I wasn t coming in with him Only kids and teachers, remember and he was like OH YEAH and went right in.

  2. says:

    I gave this book 5 stars because it is about getting kids ready and excited for school That first day is tough and this book is great in helping making that first day easier.

  3. says:

    The book, Sorry Grown Ups, You Can t go to School, is a book about a brother and sister that are about to go to their first day of school While eating breakfast on the first day, their mom comes downstairs with her new backpack and then her dad comes downstairs with his new sneakers Soon, their grandparents arrived at their front door also with backpacks The kids explained that none

  4. says:

    As far as back to school books go, this book had a relatively unique fun premise, which featured an entertaining role reversal In which the parents grandparents wanted to go to school, and the kids denied them saying that school was only meant for kids and teachers Now I am sure nothing works on all kids, but I personally feel like this kind of reverse psychology works on most kids I know i

  5. says:

    This book has an entertaining premise of using a humorous bit of reverse psychology a kind of parental wish for a FREAKY FRIDAY moment , to make kids want to go to school Christina and Tim capture this role reversal brilliantly by having all the fun things that a child would be excited about new backpacks with secret pockets , playing games, reading on the cozy carpet, science experiments, and rece

  6. says:

    The book Sorry, Grown Ups, You Can t Go to School is about grandparents and parents who want to go to school with their children The kids repeat that school is only for kids and teachers The parents end up not attending school and dropping the kids off At the end, the kids mention that they will be going to work with the adults tomorrow.

  7. says:

    The day begins normal as Lady and Buddy prepare to go to school, but things are flipped on its head as Lady and Buddy s parents, and grandparents are asking to attend school also After several negative responses to their requests, the parents are left behind for the day.

  8. says:

    A funny take on take your kids to work day , these grown ups want to go to school but the kids keep telling them no In the end the kids remind the parents that they are going to work with them the next day.

  9. says:

    Okay, this was better than I thought it would be I wasn t wild about the illustration style but the story is pretty cute Mom, dad, grandpa, grandma AND their dog, all want to go to school with the kids The kids have to be like, Noooo

  10. says:

    cute story sometimes we don t know what we re missing until we now long have it Adulting is hard

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