This book provides a helpful foundation to help a young child
Using children’s literature to talk about sensitive topics can be so powerful.
Using children’s literature to talk about sensitive topics can be so powerful. Thank you, Becca Eisenberg, for making that possible by writing the book My Second Year of Kindergarten. This is a delightfully book that highlights the positives for repeating kindergarten. Who would even think about their being benefits to repeating a grade in school? Becca did, and has done a wonderful job putting this into a story format. The main character talks first-hand about the fact that he is not scared to ride the bus or meet his teacher. He won’t be frustrated to learn new things because he has already had practice and knows what is expected of him. He can be a helper to the teacher and other kids. What a wonderful book to help parents and educators launch a discussion, calm nerves and build confidence around the need to repeat kindergarten.
This book deals with a very sensitive subject in the most brilliant way possible
My Second Year of Kindergarten by Rebecca Eisenberg is an adorable book. Geared towards children, who for whatever reason, are repeating kindergarten, this book deals with a very sensitive subject in the most brilliant way possible. To read the rest of the review, click here.
This book is a clear winner and one that will help parents, teachers and children.
This book is a clear winner and one that will help many parents, teachers, and children. I really appreciated how your book takes the sensitive topic of retention and frames it in a child friendly manner that promotes all the positive aspects in a second year of kindergarten. Your book also gives an age appropriate explanation so kids understand and can approach their second year of kindergarten with confidence. The 10 tips for parents were reassuring and will help calm a parent’s fears and support their hard decision.