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First Day (and All Year Round) Icebreakers!

1. Put students in pairs. Each student must tell their partner about a time they were nervous. Once students are finished discussing, go around the room and ask each student to describe their partner’s experience.

2. Trace every student in the class on roll paper using a black marker. On one side of the body, have students write some of their favorite things. On the other side, have students write their goals for the year. Students can also color and decorate the outline of their body. Then hang up the projects and discuss.

3. Play team charades with scary situations! Write down a bunch of nerve-wracking moments (flying in a plane, meeting someone new, giving a speech, etc) on notecards and shake them up in a hat. Divide the class into two teams; each team will take turns to send two actors to the front. The first team to guess the situation wins a point. After each charade, brainstorm coping mechanisms with the class.

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Everyone knows that sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach just before diving into a new situation. Sarah Jane Hartwell is scared and doesn''t want to start over at a new school. She doesn''t know anybody, and nobody knows her. It will be awful. She just knows it. With much prodding from Mr. Hartwell, Sarah Jane reluctantly pulls herself together and goes to school. She is quickly befriended by Mrs. Burton, who helps smooth her jittery transition. This charming and familiar story will delight readers with its surprise ending.

Fun, energetic illustrations brighten page after page with the busy antics surrounding Sarah Jane. FIRST DAY JITTERS is an enchanting story that is sure to be treasured by anyone who has ever anticipated a first day of school.

From School Library Journal

Kindergarten-Grade 3-Sarah is hiding under her covers as Mr. Hartwell asks, "You don''t want to miss the first day at your new school do you?" From under the blanket she replies, "I''m not going." When he reminds her how much she liked her other school and asks her to think of all the new friends she''ll meet, she imagines a classroom where a paper airplane is flying, a boy is pulling his neighbor''s pigtail, and another is blowing a gigantic bubble. Mr. Hartwell finally gets Sarah to stumble out of bed, eat a bit of toast, and get into the car where she slumps down into her seat. At school, the principal cheerfully welcomes her and takes her to the classroom where she is introduced as "Mrs. Sarah Jane Hartwell," the new teacher. There is a bit of foreshadowing that Sarah is an adult, but as she is always partially hidden, the ending will come as a surprise to most readers. The ink-and-watercolor illustrations are full of action and maintain the lighthearted tone. A little subplot in the paintings shows the family cat and dog having their own contest of wills while their owner is trying to get his wife up and out. The joke provides a good laugh and children may find it reassuring that they are not alone in their anxieties about new situations.
Adele Greenlee, Bethel College, St. Paul, MN
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Review

"Every child who has moved to a new school or is simply reluctant to start a school year can identify with this wittily drawn and suspensefully told story. From the moment she awakens on the fateful day to the moment she steps into the classroom, Sarah Hartwell imagines the worst. Love''s ink-and-watercolor illustrations add humor to Sarah''s fears, which range from bratty kids to a police search when she doesn''t show up. Mr. Hartwell''s reassurances don''t seem to be much help. The pictures mirror the jangled nerves and outsize expectations (the double-page spread of a looming, prisonlike school is priceless) everyone faces when they are new, all of which leads to a nifty surprise ending that is a delight. Funny and insightful." Booklist

" First Day Jitters which was written by Julie Danneberg and illustrated by Judy Love, makes a great companion book to  Wemberly Worried. In the opening pages, we meet a certain Sarah Jane Hartwell, who''s in the midst of her own first-day-of-school-related panic attack. Sarah Jane is buried under her covers so far that you can''t even see her face. In fact, you have no idea what she looks like until the very last page of the whimsical book, which suddenly delivers a sly and funny twist..." Newsweek

About the Author

As a kid, when Julie Danneberg daydreamed or played at being grown-up, she never imagined herself as a writer. Instead she dreamed of being a famous girl reporter, a secret agent, and a teacher.

As an adult, she is a former middle-school teacher and the author of the bestselling Jitters series, including  First Day Jitters and  Last Day Blues. She lives in Colorado.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

"Sarah, dear, time to get out of bed," Mr. Hartwell said, poking his head through the bedroom doorway. "You don''t want to miss the first day at your new school, do you?"

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Charles W Farr Jr
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Not a message I would want to share. Disappointed
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2020
I bought this for a college grad who is going to be a first year teacher in the fall. I thought it might be a good book about first day jitters that both the teacher and students might be feeling. I was really disappointed when I read it and decided that this wasn’t a... See more
I bought this for a college grad who is going to be a first year teacher in the fall. I thought it might be a good book about first day jitters that both the teacher and students might be feeling. I was really disappointed when I read it and decided that this wasn’t a message I would want a new teacher to convey to her class. Basically it was about a teacher who thought she would hate her new school (the author uses the word hate a lot in this book which I didn’t care for). She didn’t want to be there and didn’t want to go. There is no resolution in the book to show how great the day was. In the end it just shows that it wasn’t a child who thought she would hate the school. It was the teacher herself. Definitely not the message I would want any new teacher to share with his or her class.
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Not kinder appropriate.
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2018
Cute story, but the author chose to use the word “hate” multiple times throughout the book. I can’t stand this word, and find it inappropriate for a children’s book. I bought this for my kindergartner but won’t be reading it to her.
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Perfect for any age..
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2020
In the spirit of an honest review I have to admit I purchased this book for myself. I am a 46 yr old man who found himself with a case of the “jitters” on his first day on the job and thought this book may be of some assistance, plus it had a lot of pictures. What really... See more
In the spirit of an honest review I have to admit I purchased this book for myself. I am a 46 yr old man who found himself with a case of the “jitters” on his first day on the job and thought this book may be of some assistance, plus it had a lot of pictures. What really surprised me was how closely my first day followed Sara’s first day, almost to the letter. My wife tried to get me out of bed as well..I told her I wasn’t going and tried to tunnel to the end of MY bed after she pulled the ‘ol open the blinds and let the sun in trick. Telling her I hate my new job didn’t work..she packed me up and sent me off. Jitters and all. I carried my Star Wars lunch box and paperback copy of First Day Jitters under my arm..honestly, its all that got me through that first day dealing with my new co-workers and new boss that pederast Hanarhan who is just bucking for a new promotion. Ah well..the book got me through a tough first day and now those jitters are just flutters. Still have no desire to go to work though..
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Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2016
It really helped my son to hear how it ended. Below will give away the ending so don''t read if you don''t want to know. The book reads as if it''s a child who keeps trying to delay getting out of bed in the morning and going to school for the first day. At the... See more
It really helped my son to hear how it ended. Below will give away the ending so don''t read if you don''t want to know.

The book reads as if it''s a child who keeps trying to delay getting out of bed in the morning and going to school for the first day. At the end, it turns out it was the teacher who was delaying it because she herself was very anxious about it. This struck my son and he asked if teachers get nervous too. I said that they do because they want to do a good job and will have to learn all the new kids and parents and figure out how to uniquely deal with each one. It made him feel better to hear the teachers are also nervous.
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Olivia Stabler
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Perfect to Start the School Year With!
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2014
I really like this book and read it every year on the first day of school to my second grade classes! It''s a great way to start a class discussion and make the kids feel comfortable and that it''s normal to be nervous on the first day. We share how each of us felt that first... See more
I really like this book and read it every year on the first day of school to my second grade classes! It''s a great way to start a class discussion and make the kids feel comfortable and that it''s normal to be nervous on the first day. We share how each of us felt that first day and things we were nervous about like not knowing anyone. The story is about Sarah Jane Hartwell who starts the book in bed with the pillow over her head telling who we think is her father that she doesn''t want to go and start over and that she''s worried no one will like her. She finally gets out of bed and dressed and tries to hide in the car slouched down when the principal comes over and says they were wondering where she was and that she''d walk her to class since she''s new. The book has a surprise ending when we find out that Sarah is the TEACHER and nervous about starting at a new school with a new class.

I bought this in my first year of teaching and it summed up how I was feeling and of course as most teachers are, I get nervous on the first day even though I''ve been teaching for years. The kids in class always love knowing that even teachers get nervous about the new school year and students - it makes teachers seem more human and relateable to the kids, which I really like.

I''m giving this 4 stars because the illustrations are HIDEOUS. The colors are fine and so are the background details, but the illustrations make the people''s faces look distorted, exaggerated, and frightening. I also didn''t like that the teacher says she''ll "hate" her new school several times - I don''t think that''s the best choice of words so I replace that word when I read it aloud each year.

Overall, this is a great book to start the school year with!
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Don''t delay in ordering this book.
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2015
This is a cute story to read for the First Day of School. You can find lots of activities to do with it and it sets a great tone for the first day of school-- everyone gets nervous, your teacher is human, confront your fears. A couple of warnings: *Don''t order this... See more
This is a cute story to read for the First Day of School. You can find lots of activities to do with it and it sets a great tone for the first day of school-- everyone gets nervous, your teacher is human, confront your fears. A couple of warnings:
*Don''t order this too close to the first day of school. I put it off and it literally came the day before school. I was very stressed as I planned for it to take up a lot of the first day. I thought I would have to redo my plans and recycle my precious copies. It worked out but I would encourage you to order in advance.
*Order a copy for each one of your teammates. When your grade level teammates hear and see this story and the cute activities you are going to do with your class, they will want to do the same. This will mean that you have to pass this to a different teacher at each of your breaks and you won''t get it back until Thanksgiving. Better for them to have their own book.
*Don''t share with the grade below you. You don''t want them to start reading this book to their kids because they will know it when they get to you. Not to include spoilers-- but it''s most fun if you haven''t read it before.
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Caroline
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Great book
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2019
This is a great book and quality. However, not quite worth 5 stars... I bought the hard cover version to buy for my classroom read aloud. The sleeve covering the book was all scratched up and not in new condition from the box. It was an easy fix and I just took the book... See more
This is a great book and quality. However, not quite worth 5 stars... I bought the hard cover version to buy for my classroom read aloud. The sleeve covering the book was all scratched up and not in new condition from the box. It was an easy fix and I just took the book cover off. But, it was disappointing to pay for a new book to not have it come in new condition.
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Jenn
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Cute story
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2021
This story is super cute. I am starting my student teaching and wanted something to read to them on the first day. Unfortunately, things were a bit hectic so I never got the chance, but I will definitely read it when I get my own classroom down the road. The twist at... See more
This story is super cute. I am starting my student teaching and wanted something to read to them on the first day. Unfortunately, things were a bit hectic so I never got the chance, but I will definitely read it when I get my own classroom down the road.
The twist at the end was perfect and did not see coming!
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help with my six year old and school
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 20, 2011
I bought this little book after searching high street book stores for some help with a problem my little girl had developed. After a long and happy Christmas Holiday she went back to school on the first day of the new term and suddenly refused, point blank, to go in to her...See more
I bought this little book after searching high street book stores for some help with a problem my little girl had developed. After a long and happy Christmas Holiday she went back to school on the first day of the new term and suddenly refused, point blank, to go in to her class. She became very distressed and this was completely out of the blue and out of character. It transpired, after gentle interrogation that it was related to a ''minor'' telling off she and two others had receieved and she now had an unreasonable fear of her head mistress. All other books I looked at were targeted at pre-school children starting school for the first time. This book addresses the emotions she was experiencing and has a fabulous twist at the end which ''humanizes'' (if that''s a word) the teacher too. Fingers crossed, the situation has improved greatly another book that may also have contributed to this improvement is ''Llama Llama misses Mamma''.
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Mary
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A lovely book about new beginnings
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2014
I love this book! I had to teach an RE topic on Beginnings, the first lesson of which wanted to discuss children''s own experience of new beginnings. I was trying to find a book/story to read them about a child''s first day ay school. This one is perfect, with a man trying...See more
I love this book! I had to teach an RE topic on Beginnings, the first lesson of which wanted to discuss children''s own experience of new beginnings. I was trying to find a book/story to read them about a child''s first day ay school. This one is perfect, with a man trying desperately to coax Sarah-Jane out of bed and out of the house to go to her new school. Sarah-Jane is very reluctant - "What if no one likes me, what if I don''t like the new school, etc etc. \The great twist at the end of the story is that Sarah-Jane is the teacher! My class loved this and asked me lots of questions about how I felt on my first day at their school.
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Sue
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Ok
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 28, 2016
Ok. Book starts out like its about a kids 1st day at school but the twist is, it''s a teachers 1st day at school
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NATASHA PERRY
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Lovely story
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 2, 2013
A lovely book that I bought for my class. A nice story for the beginning of term with a lovely twist at the end, especially as it was my first day at school too! The book came quickly as it was shipped from america and was great quality.
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 31, 2017
Great story. Arrived on time and in good condition. Used for my transition morning. Thanks.
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First Day (and All Year Round) Icebreakers!

1. Put students in pairs. Each student must tell their partner about a time they were nervous. Once students are finished discussing, go around the room and ask each student to describe their partner’s experience.

2. Trace every student in the class on roll paper using a black marker. On one side of the body, have students write some of their favorite things. On the other side, have students write their goals for the year. Students can also color and decorate the outline of their body. Then hang up the projects and discuss.

3. Play team charades with scary situations! Write down a bunch of nerve-wracking moments (flying in a plane, meeting someone new, giving a speech, etc) on notecards and shake them up in a hat. Divide the class into two teams; each team will take turns to send two actors to the front. The first team to guess the situation wins a point. After each charade, brainstorm coping mechanisms with the class.

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Everyone knows that sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach just before diving into a new situation. Sarah Jane Hartwell is scared and doesn''t want to start over at a new school. She doesn''t know anybody, and nobody knows her. It will be awful. She just knows it. With much prodding from Mr. Hartwell, Sarah Jane reluctantly pulls herself together and goes to school. She is quickly befriended by Mrs. Burton, who helps smooth her jittery transition. This charming and familiar story will delight readers with its surprise ending.

Fun, energetic illustrations brighten page after page with the busy antics surrounding Sarah Jane. FIRST DAY JITTERS is an enchanting story that is sure to be treasured by anyone who has ever anticipated a first day of school.

From School Library Journal

Kindergarten-Grade 3-Sarah is hiding under her covers as Mr. Hartwell asks, "You don''t want to miss the first day at your new school do you?" From under the blanket she replies, "I''m not going." When he reminds her how much she liked her other school and asks her to think of all the new friends she''ll meet, she imagines a classroom where a paper airplane is flying, a boy is pulling his neighbor''s pigtail, and another is blowing a gigantic bubble. Mr. Hartwell finally gets Sarah to stumble out of bed, eat a bit of toast, and get into the car where she slumps down into her seat. At school, the principal cheerfully welcomes her and takes her to the classroom where she is introduced as "Mrs. Sarah Jane Hartwell," the new teacher. There is a bit of foreshadowing that Sarah is an adult, but as she is always partially hidden, the ending will come as a surprise to most readers. The ink-and-watercolor illustrations are full of action and maintain the lighthearted tone. A little subplot in the paintings shows the family cat and dog having their own contest of wills while their owner is trying to get his wife up and out. The joke provides a good laugh and children may find it reassuring that they are not alone in their anxieties about new situations.
Adele Greenlee, Bethel College, St. Paul, MN
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Review

"Every child who has moved to a new school or is simply reluctant to start a school year can identify with this wittily drawn and suspensefully told story. From the moment she awakens on the fateful day to the moment she steps into the classroom, Sarah Hartwell imagines the worst. Love''s ink-and-watercolor illustrations add humor to Sarah''s fears, which range from bratty kids to a police search when she doesn''t show up. Mr. Hartwell''s reassurances don''t seem to be much help. The pictures mirror the jangled nerves and outsize expectations (the double-page spread of a looming, prisonlike school is priceless) everyone faces when they are new, all of which leads to a nifty surprise ending that is a delight. Funny and insightful." Booklist

" First Day Jitters which was written by Julie Danneberg and illustrated by Judy Love, makes a great companion book to  Wemberly Worried. In the opening pages, we meet a certain Sarah Jane Hartwell, who''s in the midst of her own first-day-of-school-related panic attack. Sarah Jane is buried under her covers so far that you can''t even see her face. In fact, you have no idea what she looks like until the very last page of the whimsical book, which suddenly delivers a sly and funny twist..." Newsweek

About the Author

As a kid, when Julie Danneberg daydreamed or played at being grown-up, she never imagined herself as a writer. Instead she dreamed of being a famous girl reporter, a secret agent, and a teacher.

As an adult, she is a former middle-school teacher and the author of the bestselling Jitters series, including  First Day Jitters and  Last Day Blues. She lives in Colorado.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

"Sarah, dear, time to get out of bed," Mr. Hartwell said, poking his head through the bedroom doorway. "You don''t want to miss the first day at your new school, do you?"

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