There is not much time left of summer. The sunny season is almost over. It’s time to get back to more serious things, such as school prepping and learning. These ideas for back-to-school books will get you in the mood for learning new things. They are a brief reading while you still have some weeks left to enjoy your holiday. No matter your child is at kindergarten or he’s older and goes to school, you will surely find a book that suits him.
Check here this list of back-to-school books perfect for all ages:
- The Big Fat Middle School Math Workbook: Studying with the Smartest Kid in Class (Big Fat Notebooks) by Workman Publishing and Editors of Brain Quest
The perfect recap book that includes definitions and examples. It also uses THINK and REMEMBER concepts to make it easier to understand and memorize important things. All solved problems and exercises are explained step by step to understand the process and guide students to solve math exercises easier. Reading age: 10-14 years old.
- Your Fantastic Elastic Brain: A Growth Mindset Book for Kids to Stretch and Shape Their Brains by JoAnn Deak
The key idea that lies at the bottom of this book is that you can grow your brain. The book talks about how the brain best learns from mistakes and that it can develop through exercise, just like any other part of the body. It’s a great lecture not only for children but also for teachers. Reading age: 4-8 years old.
Great reading for kids who are excited about their first day of school. The book of rhymes and friendly-colored illustrations will set your little one in the mood for his first day. He can learn from Little Monster’s experience and be prepared for a new educating experience. Reading age: 3-7 years old.
Reading is therapy for the mind!
It is dedicated to teachers and their hard work to educate children and make them laugh and enjoy learning new things. The book presents the positive effects the school has on any child’s life and how much teachers who work there contribute to the world. Reading age: 3-6 years old.
- The Berenstain Bear’s Big Book of Science and Nature (Dover Children’s Science Books) by Stan and Jan Berenstain
Consider it your child’s first book about science and the surrounding world. It’s a great way to learn about animals, plants, and fish. As an extra, you can join your little and do fun projects together to help him learn easier. Reading age: 4-8 years old.
Now it’s the time for your child to learn about diversity and acceptance. This book encourages children to be kind and friendly even with those who are a little bit different than them. The simple and easy-to-understand rhymes talk about diversity, racism, and anti-bullying. Reading age: 2-5 years old.
Get your little one ready for school with this activity book. It encourages creativity and starts working on learning skills. The book is very friendly and colorful but also educational through handwriting and math activities. Reading age: 4-8 years old.
Choose your book from this list!
This is the #1 bestselling middle school comic book. It tells the story of a boy who is not ready to face middle school challenges and instead chooses to break all rules. But finally, he has to face all the problems he has been causing and take responsibility. The book addresses bullying, first love, and rules. Reading age: 8-12 years old.
The book is written from a perspective of a middle-grade girl. She likes following rules but she will end up realizing that some rules are worth breaking. The character tries to keep her friends, run track, have a boyfriend, and make the right decisions. It’s a great book that emphasizes the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement and how it has influenced her school life. Reading age: 8-12 years old.
Attention is great. But what about when too much attention becomes disturbing and uncomfortable? The book talks about a girl’s experience in middle school and how there is just a little step between attention and harassment. It’s empowering girls to find their voice and stand their ground. Reading age: 9-13 years old.
Choose your favorite from this list with back-to-school books and encourage your little one to read more. Whether you prefer an activity book or a nice life lesson, don’t let the last month of summer pass by without reading a book.