Our Classroom Rules! (Hardcover)

Our Classroom Rules! By Kallie George, Jay Fleck (Illustrator) Cover Image

Our Classroom Rules! (Hardcover)

By Kallie George, Jay Fleck (Illustrator)


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From the creators of Our Playground Rules! comes this playful picture book about kindness and community in the classroom—a perfect read for back-to-school!

This picture book plays with the double meaning of "rules" to explore how following a few simple rules of kindness can make schooltime more fun for everyone! 

There are so many reasons why our classroom RULES!

1. We look out for each other.
2. We share ideas and express ourselves!
3. We clean up. We line up. And if we mess up, that's okay. Mistakes are part of learning.

Featuring simple text, gentle humor, and an adorable cast of animal characters, Our Classroom Rules! is the perfect tool to foster empathy, support social-emotional learning, and strengthen a sense of community in the classroom.
KALLIE GEORGE is an author, editor, and speaker living in Vancouver, BC, near the sea. She has a master's in children’s literature from the University of British Columbia. When she’s not writing or editing, she teaches creative writing workshops. She is the author of numerous picture books.

Author/illustrator JAY FLECK lives in Ohio, where he runs, reads, daydreams, and (along with his wife) cares for his two children. His bold, whimsical designs have been featured on products at The Gap and are licensed via sites such as threadless.com. His books include Tilly & Tank and Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593378786
ISBN-10: 0593378784
Publisher: Rodale Kids
Publication Date: June 13th, 2023
Pages: 32
Language: English
"Preschoolers and kindergartners are the audience for this book, which will give them an idea of what school is all about, both with activities and what’s expected of them." —School Library Journal

"A sweet addition to the back-to-school shelf." —Kirkus Reviews