WHAT IF EVERYBODY DID THAT BOOK
did that? What if everybody broke the rules and spoke during story time. ( What If Everybody?) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. I also thought that several of the "what if everyone did this" examples looked like a lot of fun--like blowing straws and throwing snowballs, but the tone of the book . When Emily asks her big sister what the word empathy means, Emily has no idea that knowing the answer will change how she looks at people. But does it.
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But what if everybody obeyed the rules so that the world would become a better place? Using humorous illustrations rendered in mixed media, these questions. What Do You Do With a Chance Only $ with Purchase of Any Kids' Book What if everybody broke the rules and spoke during story time. This book envisions what would happen IF everyone "did that. kids how their ideas might play out if everyone made the same decision at the same time.
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I only read this, so that I could read the second one. I was not impressed by either. The same phrase on every other page gets annoying. Jul 27, Sherrie rated it really liked it Shelves: This book shows children that their actions and words have consequences and can affect other people. A great book for helping to teach good manners and also a good reminder to be kind to others..
Simple an effective book I read this for my three year old. It is great for understanding basic manners. She enjoyed the illustrations.
Great reading. Jul 08, Ginae B. What If It is part of the What If Everybody? The graphics are well done, colorful, interesting and vibrant. The point of the book can be ascertained from a simple title glance. So, what's the big deal Ginae Reviews? The big deal is that the book addresses negative thinking in an almost-overkill manner. However, it's not overkill. It's perfect. After having done this short read, we wish that th What If After having done this short read, we wish that there were children's books for adults.
Negative thinkers, Javernick and Madden are on to you. Just sayin'. Jul 06, Nicole Belanger rated it it was amazing.
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This story follows a young boy who's curiousity gets the best of him and he's forced to consider the consequences of his actions. To many children, throwing a snowball at a friend or not hanging up their jacket on the hook may seem like minor things. The story is well written, giving an action and potential consequences. The illustrations are colorful an This story follows a young boy who's curiousity gets the best of him and he's forced to consider the consequences of his actions.
The illustrations are colorful and the facial structures show the reader the seriousness of not following the rules. When showing the consequences, there are no words, which causes the child to truly think about what the result would be. These questions don't have to be blatantly obvious, but noticeable enough to teach the reader a lesson. In What if Everybody did That? I believe the question is not only what has been stated on each page, but also what if everybody misbehaved or broke the rules?
This teaches the reader to think about his or her actions before they act out. I really enjoyed this story, and the ending truly made me smile. The main character finally does something without breaking the rules by giving his mom a hug. Rules are in place for a reason and they must be followed.
This story is twenty-eight pages long, and the message is clear on the first page. Excellent Very thought provoking! Everybody should be thinking about their actions and acting accordingly the way God intended us to be. We should be loving, caring, sharing and most of all Patience!!!
I recommend this book to be in all school libraries elementary, middle, High school, colleges and universities , private and public libraries. Nov 22, picturethisbook. The book comprises a series of scenarios where a child does something thoughtless — as kids are apt to do — such as throwing a soda can out the car window, running down the supermarket aisle with a shopping cart, or needlessly sounding the horn of a car.
Taken on its own, the consequence of each offence ranges from mildly inconsidera What If Everybody Did That? Visit our website for more reviews on great children's books. Sep 29, Bridgette Elston rated it it was ok. Good premise, poor examples. Moral of the story, if everyone didn't follow the rules it'd be chaos. So good premise but not a good execution.
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Jun 29, Logan rated it liked it. While not particularly well written or illustrated, this is a helpful and important book for classroom management and for teaching students how to be good citizens and community members. It features a series of standalone vignettes, each with a cautionary tale of when someone did something they shouldn't have done and were asked "what if everybody did that? I read this book during the first six-weeks of school each year and it helps kids realize that they are a part of a community and that they may not be allowed to do everything that they want to do when they want to do it.
It quickly leads to kids helping each other curb bad habits with the familiar mantra, "What if everybody did that? Sep 28, Lynn Smith rated it it was amazing. I highly recommend this book to all parents.
Read this to your kids and once your kids are old enough to read, have them read it. Read it multiple times.
It has good lessons, easy to understand and apply for a kid with great illustrations. For example, one of the "lessons" in the book is about a little boy who went to the zoo.
This was especially top I highly recommend this book to all parents. This was especially topical last week as we caught our son in a lie and this book helped illustrate to his growing and maturing mind that something that seems small can be large.
I didn't pay much for the book but whatever I paid, it was worth whatever full price was. Add this to your library parents or parents to be. Good message, but some were unnecessary I read this on Kindle Unlimited to see if I should buy it for my child, and whilst I appreciate the messages behind not littering, not standing on the bus, picking up your things etc, there were some things that I do not view as misbehavior.
Namely, throwing a snowball and splashing in the pool. Snowball fights and water fights were special memories in my childhood, and I don't see why a child should get in trouble for either in the situations given.
It wou Good message, but some were unnecessary I read this on Kindle Unlimited to see if I should buy it for my child, and whilst I appreciate the messages behind not littering, not standing on the bus, picking up your things etc, there were some things that I do not view as misbehavior. It would have made sense if splashing the water was on an infant or throwing the snowball was during instructions being given by the teacher, for example. I would have rated five stars if not for these examples.
Aug 24, Shannon rated it did not like it. This poor kid is exploring the world unsupervised, and keeps getting shamed and blamed as the adults get mad at him.
There's nobody pre-emptively setting limits, no adults stopping him before it becomes an issue. There's no redirection to safer ways to explore. Everyone is making him responsible for their own limits rather than enforcing the limits themselves.
I like the idea of showing the consequences of our actions and why the "rules" are there, but the ownership of the limit is in the wrong This poor kid is exploring the world unsupervised, and keeps getting shamed and blamed as the adults get mad at him. I like the idea of showing the consequences of our actions and why the "rules" are there, but the ownership of the limit is in the wrong hands, in my opinion. What if everybody grew up stifling their instincts, not exploring, prioritizing everyone else's needs over their own?
Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. What If Everybody Did That?Then the world would be a mess. Purchase Recommendation: Skip. Shelve Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker. Little Kid Reaction My children related somewhat to this story, though not very well. I just thought that the examples were poorly chosen for my set of values and perceptions of the world. I had to skip over about half of the pages and changed the words on some of the other pages to make this book readable in my value syste Title What If Everybody Did That?
Their pages could imagine another seemingly harmless action when done in isolation that could easily become a bigger problem if everybody did it. Overall, though, I appreciated the message and enjoyed the pictures. Grades K-5 No one likes Josh the Tattler because he tattles way too much.