Freddy got a homework assignment at the beginning of the book, but then had a sleep over with his best friend and they decided to stay up all night, they both had to do some crazy sneaking around his parents, and go outside in the middle of the night, then Freddy climbs a tree- hangs upside down f I was really hoping for a fun little boy centered boy, that I could relate to as someone who has so much homework. All and all just not jazzed about Ready Freddy. Books by Abby Klein. Jun 07, SBS rated it it was amazing. Perhaps it would be better for younger readers. His friend came over in Freddy house.
Freddy decided to reaserch about bat, and he practiced at home in front of his family, and finally could present it in front of the class. At the night, Freddy went out for his assignment and he climbed up a tree and on the way out, he breaks his arm. I wish I could offer something positive, but as a parent, I can’t recommend any of the books in this series. The school scenes nearly always describe kids being disruptive and rude to each other; the teacher is forever breaking up arguments and punishing the “bad” kids always the same ones. Freddy Thresher has a problem:
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His teacher wants the class to do reports on nocturnal animals, and everybody but Freddy has a really cool animal to study. Utterly authentic and drawn from real experience in the classroom, Abby Klein knows exactly what first graders are thinking.
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It was ok I was reading From a 1st graders perspective so that changed things. Within each illustration, is a hidden word that the reader can try to find, just to add to the fun. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I helped raise my two nephews, so I have a lot of experience with younger children. All the pencil drawings have the word, Fin, hidden as Freddy is a big shark fan. His teacher wants the class to do reports on nocturnal animals, and everybody but Freddy has a really cool animal. The word fin is in every illustration and it was fun looking for that every time I came across them. Feb 17, Owen rated it really liked it.
Homework Hassles (Ready Freddy!)
Watch out, Junie B. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Also the entire book read as an older person trying to write for kids and just coming off as really cheesy. Perhaps it would be better for younger readers.
Jul 24, K rated it did not like it. I have yet to read one to make sure I completely approve, but I think they’re alright. Apr 13, Sojeong Park rated it really liked it Shelves: Um, sneaking out of the house for first graders! Noah rated it it was amazing Mar 24, She earned her teaching credentials at Dartmouth College, where she majored in psychology and education.
She and her husband, two children, and four dogs live in Williston, Vermont. Apr 25, Christine Rains rated it liked it. Currently she teaches in the same public elementary school she reary as a child in the Los Angeles area.
Ready, Freddy! Homework Hassles : Abby Klein :
It’s Freddy Thresher, a 1st grader who knows it’s a jungle out there. I had to skip over all of the Middle chapters in this book to just read my son the parts that actually pertained to homework and learning about nocturnal creatures. About Abby Klein Abby Klein was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and has been a kindergarten and first-grade teacher for more than twenty years.
Freddy Thresher has a problem: They sneak out of the house once everyone is asleep and start investigating in the back yard. He supposed to study about nocturnal animals and have to make assignments.