Friday, 24 May 2013

Silly Back-to-School Picture Books about Teachers


Let me first state that it's a good thing that I'm a teacher or I might get into trouble for suggesting these books! It is good for teachers to be able to laugh at things... even ourselves. Teachers are often seen seen as 'stern and stiff' but the teachers in these books are rather unique characters that hopefully will break down the stereotypes that many students have in their minds about us. I think that these will be great additions to any back to school reading list!

   
My Teacher's Secret Life                                Miss Nelson is Missing!

   
My Teacher Sleeps in School (really funny)                 The Teacher from the Black Lagoon

   
What Teacher Can't Do                                     My teacher for President


For more teacher humor, check out this post: Do Teachers Have a Look? In this post I wrote about a funny incident that happened to me (and I'm sure it happens to other teachers as well).

3 comments:

Lori said...

Thank you for the cute suggestions of back to school books! My kids love The Teacher From the Black Lagoon!
Lori
Conversations in Literacy

~DeAnne~ said...

Great book choices!! I forgot about My Teacher Sleeps at School! :)
Thanks for linking up! :)

įƒ¦DeAnne
First Grade and Fabulous

Sharon Dudley said...

Nyla, I just found your blog today, and of course I followed you. I really like your idea about the funny teacher books. I had only heard of 2 of them before reading this post. Thank you so much for sharing!

I would love it if you could come and visit me at my blog. :)

Happy 4th of July!

Sharon Dudley, NBCT
Teaching with Sight

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