No More Homework! No More Tests!: Kids' Favorite Funny School Poems

No More Homework! No More Tests!: Kids' Favorite Funny School Poems

Bruce Lansky StephenCarpenter / Dec 06, 2019

No More Homework No More Tests Kids Favorite Funny School Poems No More Homework No More Tests includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets including Shel Silverstein Jack Prelutsky

  • Title: No More Homework! No More Tests!: Kids' Favorite Funny School Poems
  • Author: Bruce Lansky StephenCarpenter
  • ISBN: 9780671577025
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • No More Homework No More Tests includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L Harrison, Colin McNaughton, Carol Diggory Shields, Kalli Dakos, and Bruce Lansky Sillier than a teacher with hiccups, funnier than toilet paper stuck to the bottoNo More Homework No More Tests includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L Harrison, Colin McNaughton, Carol Diggory Shields, Kalli Dakos, and Bruce Lansky Sillier than a teacher with hiccups, funnier than toilet paper stuck to the bottom of the principal s shoe, it is certain to have readers laughing by the first page This book puts the cool back in school and makes students WANT to write and read poetry Appropriate for Grades 1 6, and Ages 5 12.

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      • Bruce Lansky StephenCarpenter

        I was born on June 1, 1941 My first home was an apartment in Manhattan s Upper West Side, a neighborhood that overlooked the George Washington Bridge Soon after kindergarten, my family moved to Scarsdale, which seemed to be in the country In high school, I broke my ankle when I went out for the lacrosse team, so I wrote a sports column for the school newspaper I don t think I showed any particular talent for writing then.I went to St John s College in Annapolis, Maryland I actually learned to read Greek I didn t understand it, though I transferred from St John s to New York University, so I could study political science and economics I graduated with a major in philosophy and a minor in English My first job was a market researcher for a beer company in New Jersey Over the next five years, I switched jobs several times advertising copywriter, advertising account executive, and marketing manager at a candy company.I married Vicki and we had a baby, Douglas I wanted him to have a home surrounded by grass and trees and ball fields, so I accepted a job in Minnesota, and Doug got a baby sister, Dana What rescued me from poverty was that my wife and some other mothers wrote a cookbook We published it ourselves, and it was a huge hit That s how I figured out that I wanted to be a publisher when I grew up We built Meadowbrook Press, and I became an author of baby name books and humor books for adults.Ten years ago, I wanted to put together a children s book of all the poems they loved best To find these poems, I tested poems in elementary schools As I was testing poems on children, I decided to write a few to see what the response would be At first it wasn t that good, but as my writing improved, I added my poems to new books To get them just right, I d rewrite them over and over I ve now edited six poetry anthologies and filled three books with my own poems Because I spent a lot of time reading and testing poems in classrooms, schools started inviting me to perform I ve now performed at hundreds of schools My goal to put on the most entertaining, most educational, and most motivating assembly a school has ever had My web site, gigglepoetry, helps kids discover the fun of reading and writing poetry.Language arts are a very important part of what you learn in school You can read great books that take you to far away lands You can write your own stories and make yourself the hero of exciting adventures Even if it seems hard sometimes, don t give up Keep practicing your reading and writing skills, and soon it will become easier There are so many wonderful worlds to explore in books and poetry Get your very own passport by learning to read and write the very best that you can.


    979 Comments

    1. The book that i finished reading is called "No More Homework,No More Tests" and the author is Bruce Lansky and it is a poetry book. So while i was reading it there was this one part when there was this boy who seemed that this girl liked him but she really didn't and the poem went like this "When ever she hits me i know by heart that she really does like me". After that there was this one more poem that was about how this boy was sleeping and he was dreaming about tomorrow which was the first da [...]


    2. 1. no awards.2. 1st-2nd3. This is a book filled with funny poems about how children view their school. There is stories of how students feel about teachers, lunch ladies etc. The funny poems relate directly with the students and make them laugh. 4. I loved this book, the poems throughout it can relate to elementary children . The Mystery meat that is served in the cafeteria is mentioned which I loved. Even as an adult these will still funny because everyone has experienced it. 5. This can allow [...]


    3. I did a project over Bruce Lansky and I am so glad that it introduced me to his work. His poems are interesting and hilarious for everyone! Definitely one of my favorites!


    4. Title: No More homework! No More Tests! Author: Bruce Lansky Illustrator: Stephen Carpenter Genre: Poetry Book Theme(s): School Opening line/sentence: The witches mumble horrid chants, you’re scolded by five thousand aunts, a Martian pulls a fearsome face and hurls you into outer space, You’re tired in from of whistling trains, a tomahawk has sliced your brains, the tigers snarl, the giants roar, you’re sat on by a dinosaur. Brief Book Summary: This book is filled of funny poems to make yo [...]


    5. No More Homework! No More Tests! includes the funniest poems about school ever collected in one book. These hilarious poems were written by a number of poets, including Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, David L. Harrison, Colin McNaughton, Carol Diggory Shields, Kalli Dakos, and Bruce Lansky. These poems are humorous and students will be able to relate to most of the situations in these poems. I would use these poems in my classroom to help get my students engaged in poetry writing. I think most [...]


    6. No more Homework/ No More Test! selected by Bruce Lansky and illustrated Stephan Carpenter is a kids book of poetry about the problems kids face while going to school. This book is intended for ages 5-10. However, I think that all ages will enjoy these poems because everybody attended school at one time in their life and can related to the poems in this book. I rated this book 5 stars because it is funny and it took me back to my days when I was in elementary school. This book contains poems abo [...]


    7. This is a book of funny school (or anti-school) themed poems. It would be appropriate for upper elementary or possibly even younger middle school students. I could see these poems being used to facilitate poetry writing or reading fluency activities. They would also be cute to memorize for class fluency or a school talent show.


    8. I liked this book because it had poems that were fun for children to read and they could relate to. All of these poems were related to school and because they were funny, I can see how a teacher would use it to teach children that poetry can be fun. I would recommend using this book to introduce poetry to the kids. I would also recommend it for grades 3rd and up.


    9. I wish !!! well anyway this is a great book full of funny poems about school, a way to add fun into the dayeat for book boxes or just it reccomend it ! the title will have students wanting to read it. I loved this book !!! No more home work no more test all A's that is the best ! sorry I got a little carried away ,LOL !!!


    10. This book has a collection of the funniest poems about school. This book is a way to get your students more involved in poetry because it's funny enough they will want to read and write poetry. Grade: K-2


    11. If you like poetry then you will enjoy this book.A boy has a dream.he has an alain with a laser, with a wich makeing wheord soup . a monster with 3 big eyese Alain ships tell him to keep his elbos of the table.you can fined this book in


    12. I really enjoyed this book of poems, they were all so funny! I think that students would enjoy this book because the poems are about school related things like taking tests, missing the bus and much more. This book would be great for students to read individually or together as a class.



    13. This collection includes some of my favorite school poems. I love being able to share a quick poem with my class before lunch or dismissal. Can be great for transitions as well.


    14. I really liked this book because it was hysterical. If you like funny school poems this book is definitely for you. I recommend this book for all people.



    15. This is a really funny poem book about school. If it doesn't make you laugh, then something is really wrong with you.


    16. “No More Homework! No More Tests!” is a poem book filled with hilarious poems all about school. Each poem was written by many different poets that included poets Jack Prelutsky, David L. Harrison, Colin McNaughton, Shel Silverstein, Bruce Lansky, Carol Diggory Shields, and Kalli Dakos. This book is great for older students perhaps from age 7 to late middle school. It is great for students in school because they can relate so much to the poems. The poems are so humorous it would have every ki [...]


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