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12 back to school books for little kids

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It is kind of crazy to think that it will be back to school time very soon. The summer is just FLYING by! If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come. To see all book lists featured on A Dab of Glue Will Do, click here . And be sure to check out all of our back to school activities and resources !

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Back to School Books

Splat the Cat: Back to School Splat by Rob Scotton

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Going back to school means homework, but also a chance for Splat to share summer adventures.

First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Sarah Jane is worried about starting at a new school.  A great read for anyone currently experiencing or has previously felt these jitters.

Back to School Rules by Laurie B. Friedman

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Percy has 10 simple rules to survive school and make things fun, but he also shows what NOT to do!

The Bernstein Bears go to School by Stan Bernstein

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Sister bear conquers her fear of starting kindergarten.

How to Dinosaurs go to School? by Jane Yolen

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Amusing pictures and verse illustrate fun dinosaur antics at school.

Kindergarten Rocks by Katie Davis

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Dexter knows all he needs to know, and has no fears, but his stuffed dog, Rufus, is scared to go to kindergarten.

First Day, Hooray! by Nancy Poydar

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Ivy can’t wait for school, but she’s also worried about it. Little does she know, but so are the teachers and just about everyone else!

If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

There are great risks in bringing a mouse to school. Children will enjoy this fun and humorous mouse ‘tail’!

Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten by Joseph Slate

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Practice the alphabet and introduce kids to kindergarten through this colorful and fun book.

The Night Before First Grade by Natasha Wing

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

This book explores back-to-school jitters and the panic of being split up from your best friend but then making new ones.

Follow the Line to School by Laura Ljungkvist

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Come along on a fun and colorful journey through the school day.

Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes by James Dean

If you cannot tell already, I really do like using picture books in the classroom and there is no better way to introduce this to my students than the first few days of school. The first week of school always brings a wide range of emotions for students (and teachers too!). These back to school books will be a perfect way to help students feel more comfortable in the classroom and excited for the wonderful school year that is set to come.

Pete sings his way through school – from the library to the lunchroom and the playground. Follow Pete as he is rocking in his new school shoes.

Can you not find a resource that you would LOVE to have for your classroom? Contact me and I would be happy to make it for you.

Are you looking for more back to school ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here .

Do you have any favorite back to school books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below.
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My name is Jennifer. I’m a former teacher turned stay at home mom who has continued her passion for making learning resources for the littlest of learners.

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  1. I’m a tiny tot teacher and I’m trying to get that art work. That you have were you hang up art work with the hands. Can u send me web so i can download it i want to hang up in my room please.

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    • I just emailed you the link. 😉

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