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Ot about the songs that fudge sings M A I N "E spells Maine F U D G E spells Fudgie P "spells Maine F U D G E spells Fudgie P T E R spells Pe tah B E E R spells Whiskey i almost couldn t contain myself i was laughing so hard Tales of the fourth grade nothing can be used to teach about families and the influence older siblings have on younger siblings Chances are there will be many of both in the classroom I remember my second teacher reading all of the Fudge books aloud to us and I remember them being a lot funnier I was kind of disappointed The children also did a group project in the book That being said you can also use it to teach about group projects Dogs spiders swimming ghost stories thunderstorms eerie sounds at night what else Sheila Tubman fears a lot of things These things may be trivial to most of us but to Sheila it was a matter of life and deathI read the book today as a light reading It indeed was I breezed through it in a couple of hours I would have finished it sooner if I wasn t laughing so hard at Sheila Haha This girl her ridiculous reasoning when it comes to the things she fears and things she could not admit she can t do reminds me so much of my younger self Fear of dogs eerie sounds at night covering ones ears at night LOL that is so me And her inner dialogue speaking so matter of factly of the things or situations she is in and her tirades with her sister and parents all these speak so true to meLike Sheila The Great we both are learning and adapting little by lit I laughed a lot. Fudge Now all packaged together for the very first time this collection of Fudge books will please lifelong fans and entice a whole new generation of Blume reade. The stories of Fudge and all the trouble he gets into reminds me of raising two young girls who still keep me on my toes My family and I share similar stories with the Hatcher family my daughter chipped her front teeth when she was two and we have had dinnertime battles where I have used the phrase Eat it or wear it times than I can remember The stories are hilarious because they happen to all of us regular families and kids can see that it s ok to laugh at their own family chaos tooThis
IS A REALISTIC FICTION BOOK ASa realistic fiction book as "Tells The Story Of A Family That Could Possibly Exist story of a family that could possibly saw many parallels between the Hatcher family and my family so the series definitely represents the realistic fiction genre This is a fantastic series to ignite the love of reading a chapter book at the 2nd and 3rd grade reading level Students are able to identify with the characters and family dynamics which makes the books simply a fun read I would make sure this book was included in my classroom library and use the stories to allow students to find connections with the text I would use the book to introduce the subject of My Family and ask students if they have similar funny stories to share about their family I would read this book aloud to my 1st or 2nd grade students and allow the class to all laugh along with the textStudents would definitely laugh along with the text if they were able to act out any of the scenes as well superfudge is incredible we re reading it aloud to grace and completely forg. It all Sheila Tubman in Judy Blume’s five Fudge books Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great Superfudge Fudge a Mania and Double. I loved these books growing up "I was disappointed when I tried to find them for my children that yhe language had "was disappointed when I
tried to find them for my children that yhe language had updated I understand that itto find them for my children that yhe language had updated I understand that it appeal to children this way but I like to talk to my children about what thywe read they get a historical petpective I know it isn t exactly ancient history but we can teach children about old technologies and such I feel like they can learn from it We ust finished Superfudge last night at Dinner Group which means that Joe isn t home for dinner so we read aloud don t know how we got started on that tradition but it stuck We read them out of order so this one falls somewhere in the middle of the series of Peter Hatcher his little brother Fudge his neighbor Sheila Tubman dog Turtle and now myna bird Uncle Feathers who cries out Bonjour Stupid whenever possible Judy Blume manages to create such realistic loveable characters and hilarious situations at the same time the best I love Peter and Fudge I remember having Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing read to me in school as a 2nd or 3rd grader and I have shared them with my kids Of course I had "To Explain Things Like "explain things like green stamps and I pointed out that there is no way Peter would ever be allowed to be in charge of Fudge in Central Park in current days but it s still a great story with a great message to kids i think it was good and funny Oh Judy Blume how I have missed you I can t figure out if these stories are funnier as a kid or an adult who has children I laughed because. Fans young and old will laugh out loud at the irrepressible wit of Peter Hatcher the hilarious antics of mischievous Fudge and the unbreakable confidence of know.