After that there was this one more poem that was about how this boy was sleeping and he was dreaming about tomorrow which was the first day of school and he thought how the teachers would yell at him and the lunch lady would kill him because of her most disgusting school lunch.This book is mostly about how the kids say that they don't like the teachers,lunch lady,principals, ans so much more people who are in the school.Sign up and access millions of step-by-step textbook solutions, a vast, searchable library of answers to homework questions, and subject matter experts on standby 24/7 to provide thorough explanations -all for just .99/month.
The poems are all school related making it more interesting for the children to want to read. Themes such as the first day of school, homework, school lunches, and embarrassing moments hold wide appeal, and even the most reluctant readers will get caught up in the mix of fun. Children helped by picking out favorite poems, so cafeteria food, missing homework and jokes on teacher are all popular subjects. Bruce Lansky wrote many, but other poets including Jack Prelutsky, Bobbi Katz and wonderful Shel Silverstein are also represented. The first review gives you a scenario asking you how you would feel in that situation.
The first poem of this book is about the teacher being a witch. Some of the rhymes can be sung to popular tunes, and some are "interactive": readers can insert the names of their teachers or friends in the blanks. The second review talks more about what the general topics of the stories are.
Professional Recommendation/Review #1: Kathleen Squires (Booklist, September 15, 1997 (Vol. Stephen Carpenter's wacky, energetic illustrations are as amusing as the poems, making this accessible collection not only useful in encouraging youngsters to try their hands at poetry but also guaranteed to elicit laughs when read alone or aloud to a class. Evaluation of Literary Elements: This would be a good book to teach young children about poetry, especially how to write funny poems.
I think that children who like to read poems would really enjoy this book, as it is a fast read but it is also made up of funny poems about different things that students can do on a daily basis.
I would use these poems in my classroom to help get my students engaged in poetry writing. These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L.
Poems About Homework
These poems are humorous and students will be able to relate to most of the situations in these poems.This book is not just any ordinary poem book this is a super funny book because while i was reading all of the poems they all made me laugh and there punctuation is really good and same goes for the dialogue and rest of the book is spectacular.Trust me when you finish reading this book it will teach you something and that will teach how to write good poetry and how to write a even more funnier poem.The poems are short, humorous, and relatable to kids and adults alike. “Suzy banged her elbow, Samantha skinned her knee, Jamie tore her sweatshirt, Inez fell from a tree, Harry got a bee sting, and Aaron ran away.Now you know why schools h This book is a collection of hysterical poems by a variety of notable authors.Sillier than a teacher with hiccups, funnier than toilet paper stuck to the botto No More Homework! includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book.These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L.Now you know why schools have just one recess a day.” This book is a great way to introduce students to a unit on writing poetry and would pair well with Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein. Could be used for a "poem of the day" activity when students first arrive at school. The funny poems relate directly with the students and make them laugh. I loved this book, the poems throughout it can relate to elementary children . There is stories of how students feel about teachers, lunch ladies etc.The Mystery meat that is served in the cafeteria is mentioned which I loved. The funny poems relate directly with the students and make them laugh. I loved this book, the poems throughout it can relate to elementary children .Consideration of Instructional Application: I would use this book to teach the children about poems.I would first read the children a couple of funny poems out of the book, especially ones that relate to their classroom and what is taking place at that point in time. includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book.