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Miss Nelson Is Missing! - Community Reviews back

by Harry Allard, James Marshall
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Ready Readers
Ready Readers rated it 2 years ago
Miss Nelson has finally had it with her students ridiculous behavior and decides to not come back to school one day. Miss Viola Swamp comes in as a substitutes and gives students homework, task and rules. This leaves the student wondering will Miss Nelson ever come back. Leveling system The Lexile, ...
All About Books!
All About Books! rated it 2 years ago
Miss Nelson is Missing! Guided Reading: Level L This is a great book to get your students engaged. This book is about a class that is misbehaving. Once their sweet teacher Miss Nelson goes missing and a witchy substitute take her place all of the students regret their wicked ways and want Miss Nelso...
Ms.C Harris' future classroom books
Miss Nelson is Missing is a fun book for teachers and students. It is a book full of mystery and laughter. This book is rated at a 2.7 (2nd grade, 7th month) reading level based on accelerated reader leveling system. This is personally one of my favorite books that I remember reading when I was youn...
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads rated it 3 years ago
Another classic book with a hidden lesson for the classroom. Miss Nelson is Missing is about the ultimate reverse psychology on students in the classroom that don’t quite want to do as they are told. Of course it is much exaggerated but very hilarious to watch the student’s faces react to all that t...
Story of My Life
Story of My Life rated it 3 years ago
The students in room 207 were very misbehaved for Miss Nelson, but when she disappears, a new teacher makes them do work ALL DAY! Miss Nelson is Missing!! When Miss Nelson comes back the students in room 207 never misbehaved again! I would use this book to work on expression and voice when reading! ...
Ms. Cadet's Captivating Children's Collection
Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard tells a valuable story on being respectful towards your teacher/adults and being grateful for what/who you have. This is such a fun story for students to read or hear read aloud to them. It is light hearted and funny but still teaches a moral lesson. The studen...
Taylor K's Book Blog
Taylor K's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
Lexile Level: 340L So this is book would be good to read to grades 2nd-4th. It starts off with room 207's teacher being out, so they have to have a substitute, Miss Viola Swamp who is not like their teacher at all. She is strict, moody, and she wears all black. When she comes in the room, the kids...
My Future Classroom Library
My Future Classroom Library rated it 4 years ago
Miss Nelson is Missing is a fun story about a teacher who is absent one day and has a mean substitute. This book would be a great read aloud for many things. One idea is to compare and contrast the teacher and the substitute. The students could also draw inferences from the actions of the characters...
Books for my Classroom
Books for my Classroom rated it 5 years ago
This book one of my ultimate childhood favorites! This book could be used in grades 1 - 3. In the book, Miss Nelson's class is misbehaving and she comes up with an idea on how to get her students to behave the appropriately. The next day, the students come in the classroom to find Miss Viola Swamp. ...
Miss Snow's Library
Miss Snow's Library rated it 5 years ago
Miss Nelson is Missing is a childhood favorite of mine! It tells the story of a meek and lovely teacher named Miss Nelson who has an unruly class who takes advantage of her kindness and misbehaves constantly. To teach the class a lesson she decides to "go missing" and a new teacher steps in for her ...
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