This timely book, reissued with new art, goes right to the heart of the school testing issue. When the principal sends a lady to administer a test to the first grade class, the children find that none of the proffered answers are exactly right and they have trouble with the test.
Fortunately, their teacher knows what is really important: being creative and being a good friend, positive traits that a standardized exam cannot test for. This is a great book to remind people that doing well on a test is not all that matters in the classroom.
32 pages 978-1595720559 Ages 4-7
Keywords: Test taking, assessment
Read alikes: The Big Test by Julie Danneberg; Testing Miss Malarkey by Judy Finchler; Anti-Test Anxiety Society by Julia Cook