Monday, July 23, 2012

Kindergarten Book for Teachers & Parents

Would you like a peek into Kindergarten? Are you a parent of a Preschooler or Kindergartner looking for school readiness tips? Or are you a kindergarten teacher who needs proven ideas for the classroom? My book has hundreds of ideas to help with behavior, reading, special education, science, celebrations, and recipes for every letter and for success.

Kindergarten is the perfect read for early childhood teachers. It is full of funny classroom stories, teacher tips, quotes, and valuable teaching information. The book is set up in short snippets, which makes it an easy read. It has made me laugh, reminded me of my own funny teaching stories, and given me helpful tips for the classroom.” ~Mrs. Larremore, Chalk Talk

"Susan's book gives you a brief, yet real glimpse into a typical classroom that doesn't have to be so typical! As a former K teacher myself, I was instantly engaged in Susan's funny stories about these loveable little children. This book was full of wonderful information for both teachers and parents. Her personable approach easily shines in every chapter as well as the love she has for the children and for teaching. Susan has inspired me to pursue more fun in my own home as I move toward preschool activities and homeschooling. Her anecdotes and jokes are a relieving offset to the demands of everyday teaching. She has many "just plain FUN ideas" that will encourage parents and teachers to dive beyond the regular routine of school. The recipes are easy and delicious. I can't wait to make many of these simple yummies with my son. I really wish I had this book when I was teaching. ~Shonda Knowlton, Milk ‘N Honey Learn and Grow 

Kindergarten was an excellent read with so much valuable information I highly recommend it. The Author Susan Case is a retired Special Education and Kindergarten Teacher. Her book Kindergarten is filled with lessons, tips, guides and tricks to teaching and raising a kindergartener. She shares tips and tricks she has learned over the years as a teacher. I really enjoyed the little tidbits and jokes. Chapter 9 is filled with recipes that are easily used for the classroom and integration to lesson plans involving themes and letter of the week. She also shares her experience as a kindergarten teacher in Texas. Lessons and experiments that did not work as well as ones that were favorites by students and parents as well. She explains her thoughts and beliefs regarding nap times, recess, show and tell, lesson order, substitutes and plenty of wild stories about her many class pets. ~Miranda Sherman, Mom’s Bookshelf & More
  1. Teacher Tattle Tales
  2. Celebrate the Holidays--Celebrate Life
  3. A Smooth Move to School
  4. Reading--the Greatest Gift of All
  5. Science--Survival Specials
  6. Discipline--Combat Duty or Common Sense Tactics?
  7. The Special Education Experience
  8. Silly Sanity Lists
  9. Recipes for Fun Fridays
  10. It's a Wonderful World, After All

~ unless you are an Amazon Prime Member.
Now only $2.99 for Kindle or $12.95 for print copies.
Also available on B&N in print, but not for Nook yet.

Do you need help teaching your preschooler or even saving your sanity? Just released is Mommy with Selective Memory and my new book with hundreds of ideas and activities for playful learning: The Happy Mommy Handbook: The Ultimate How-to Guide on Keeping Your Toddlers and Preschoolers Busy, Out of Trouble and Motivated to Learn.

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  1. Oh the stories from the classroom . . . they are the best. I love the things kids say and how their minds work. It makes each day a new day :)

    1. Thank you Erin - you have a very interesting blog yourself. The internet is an amazing way to connect and learn. Bet you have some stories to share!

  2. The book did not come up for the nook. :(

  3. Neither book is available for the Nook right now although they will be again in a few months. It is part of the Amazon promotion program that we cannot sell ebooks other places right now. I am sorry. I will send you a copy through email if you would like to do a review on B&N. In fact, I could send you both books for the Nook if you would like. Please email me at if you are interested. Thank you so much. I like your Pinterest board and blog very much.

  4. Thank you! I am excited to add this to my reading list!

    1. Chrissy - I love your kindergarten blog. I tried to grab your button but it didn't work - probably just me. I will try again later. Thanks so much for visiting.

  5. Just shared your expertise packed into your book on our wordplayhouse facebook page! ~heather

  6. Heather - you are a doll! Thank you so much. Love your blog!

  7. Susan, for others who do not have KIndle (we do not). I just ordered a copy of your book...and, it will give you the option to read it on Amazon Cloud Reader! This is great for others, like the commenter above, who do not have a Kindle! Just wanted to let you and your readers know they can still order and read your book without a Kindle. And, thank you for the kind words above! ~heather

    1. Great Heather! Thank you so much for letting me know. I assumed one could read it on the computer. But didn't know about the Cloud Reader. I'll let others know. I appreciate it.


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