Junie B. Jones: First Grader (At Last!)
It's a new school year! New kids. New teacher. New words on the chalkboard. How will she survive?
After your child receives and reads this book, Discuss one or more of the following questions to help him/her make connections and build comprehension.
- Junie B. was going into first grade. That made her nervous. When have you been nervous? Write about it in a story. Share it with a parent.
- May is the class tattle-tale. Think of another story. Who else is a tattle-tale? Use a Venn diagram. How is that character like May? How are they different? Share your diagram with a parent.
- Junie B. did not want to wear glasses. She was afraid she would be laughed at. Why is it important not to laugh at people? What did Herb do to help? Talk about it with a parent.
- Pretend you are Herb. Write the Herb's journal entry after show and tell. Share your writing with a parent.
Discover More about Junie B. Jones: First Grader (At Last!)
About the Author
Barbara Park is the author of Junie B Jones. Check out this Question and Answer article to find out more about her!
Other Junie B Jones Books
Discover more of the silly tales of Junie B Jones! Barbara Park has written over 20 Junie B Jones books. Check out more Junie B Jones books!
Judie B Jokes!
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Empathy for Junie
Would Junie B. act differently if she had more empathy? Watch this video and discuss it with your reader!