Hello there and welcome to another Tot School Tuesday where I share kid-friendly crafts, activities, and educational ideas.
If you’ve been around MFTM for a while, you know that I used to be an elementary school teacher (specializing in early childhood development) and you know that I LOVE children’s literature. Today I thought I would share my favorite top 10 back to school books. These books are great as read alouds for the little ones and great for the older kiddos to read themselves. These books can be found at your local library or you can book hoard like me and “buy all the books” on Amazon.
A cute story about a girl named Sarah Jane who is nervous about the first day of school. The ending makes you laugh out loud and want to read it again.
We LOVE Fancy Nancy in this house. With the fancy vocabulary and fun illustrations you’re sure to love this book.
Lola isn’t so sure about starting school but luckily her big brother Charlie is there to convince her that school is fun.
Such a cute story about a little raccoon seeking reassurance from his mother before his first day of venturing out in the world.
David’s antics are sure to keep his teacher busy and the kids laughing.
We love Laura Numeroff books and this one is a must read for back to school season. Join the silly mouse as each item he needs for school leads to another that is just as important.
A cute story about the silly things students assume about their teachers.
Little Critter has a lot to do to get ready for the first day of school and he is a bit nervous.
Franklin is ready for his first day of school…until it’s time to get on the bus.
A cute book that counts down to the first day of school and talks about all the things you need to do to get ready for the first day.
There you have it… our 10 favorite back to school books. There are TONS of great children’s literature out there…I encourage you to snoop around your public library (I love searching for books online too). If you click on the titles of the books above, it will take you to directly to Amazon so that you can price check and read more about what the books are about.
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you find this post helpful while you are looking for new books to read with your kids. Be sure to link up your kid-friendly ideas, crafts and activities below and visit See Vanessa Craft for more Tot School ideas!