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Ready Readers
Ready Readers rated it 2 years ago
Nick a fifth grader comes up with a new word. Despite Mrs.Granger not believing in his new word, it became a worldwide sensation. The leveling system is The Lexile, reading level 830L. Students can create a new word, write a definition and write where the word would be placed in a dictionary.
Books for Future K-6 Students
Books for Future K-6 Students rated it 3 years ago
Frindle is a level R by the Fountas and Pinnell leveling system. Frindle is about a boy named Nicholas Allen who is a bit of a troublemaker. However, in fifth grade it seems like those days are over. In Mrs. Granger's classroom nobody can get away with anything, and she is overzealous about the dict...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it 4 years ago
I had never heard of Frindle despite it being an award-winning book (2016 Phoenix Award) with many admirers (teachers, librarians, and children alike). Written by Andrew Clements with illustrations by Brian Selznick, this is the story of Nick Allen who is the premier 'idea man' of the 5th grade...un...
tvines2 rated it 4 years ago
This book tells a story of a big fish that feels awkward and left out because of his appearance. This story is great because it is perfect for a classroom filled with diversity, and the teacher trying to encourage friendships between different types of students. I would use this book in my classroom...
Taylor K's Book Blog
Taylor K's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
Lexile Level: 880L This is a picture book about a big, scary looking fish who wants to find a friend. But no other fish will be friends with him because of the way he look, but on the inside he is the nicest fish you will ever meet in the ocean. No matter how hard he tries to be friendly and nice,...
kateriker rated it 4 years ago
This story is about a fish who may not look so sweet and nice on the outside; however, he is the nicest fish in the sea. He is in desperate need of a friend but everyone swims away when he comes around. He even tries disguising himself to fit in with all the other fish. They still do not accept him....
katiemellott rated it 5 years ago
Grade: 5th I love Andrew Clements and Frindle! This is a story about how a boy makes up a new word for pen. I will do a novel study with this book in my class. This is a great book to get students creativeness flowing. We will intertwine this lesson with how to use a dictionary. Throughout the sto...
Staley's Bookshelf
Staley's Bookshelf rated it 5 years ago
This is a cute quick read for upper grades. Nick Allen has always had a creative side and then he lands in Mrs. Granger's 5th grade class. Mrs. Granger is all about vocabulary and it leaves Nick wondering, who makes a word, a word? So Nick decides to invent a word "Frindle" which Nick says is anothe...
Vailia's Page Turner
Vailia's Page Turner rated it 6 years ago
Did you ever question why something is called what it is? Nick here does. He decides a pen is not a pen, but a Frindle. Apparently, everyone likes the idea and it catches quick. Unrealistically quick, but this is a middle grade book so taking that in stride.I loved his teacher Mrs. Granger. She l...
MargaretBolingMullin rated it 8 years ago
1/11/14 ** Clay has been known as a mischief maker, with 4-5 trips to the principal each month since kindergarten. That's just what folks expect - his older brother was just the same.Then, Clay is challenged by his brother to clean up his act. Clements explores the difficulty that a near-adolescen...
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