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My Day, Your Day by Robin Ballard

My Day, Your Day

by Robin Ballard

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This book is about going to school, and the difficulties of saying goodbye to loved ones for the duration of the school day. This book has a great storyline that relates children’s activities at school to the activities their parents do at work. This book shows a diverse selection of people with a diverse selection of careers. It will support the idea that a child can do what they love when they grow up. It will also support children to feel more comfortable with the transition from home to school. ( )
  larkinthemorning | Feb 21, 2016 |
My Day, You Day, is a cute story for younger children. This story is a cute way to show kids that things their doing now at nursery are pretty similar to the things their parents are doing in their everyday life's. I liked how the author used different races in the story. Also the author has each character in a different color, so maybe if your reading this to your students you could also go over their colors. ( )
  TaylorRankins | Sep 4, 2014 |
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Some (young) people spend their days at day care. Some (slightly older) people spend their days at work. And despite the difference in their ages, what they do can be surprisingly similar. Whether you are a kid or a grown-up, you may build, or read, or paint, or plant seeds, or attend a meeting. How you spend your day matters. And it's nice to know that the people you love may be doing a lot of the same things you are doing! Sharing this book with a child is almost as good as spending the day together.

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Children have a busy day at day care while their parents have a busy day at work.

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