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Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man: A Georgia CRCT Adventure

Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man A Georgia CRCT Adventure Third grader Chris Robb just can t seem to do anything right Failing tests getting blamed for things he didn t do and struggling to make friends it s safe to say that school isn t Chris s favorite p

  • Title: Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man: A Georgia CRCT Adventure
  • Author: Kumar Sathy
  • ISBN: 9780982172919
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Third grader Chris Robb just can t seem to do anything right Failing tests, getting blamed for things he didn t do, and struggling to make friends it s safe to say that school isn t Chris s favorite place It is, however, the craziest school you ll ever read about His teacher has the strangest name Chris has ever heard, and the students in his class are anything but norThird grader Chris Robb just can t seem to do anything right Failing tests, getting blamed for things he didn t do, and struggling to make friends it s safe to say that school isn t Chris s favorite place It is, however, the craziest school you ll ever read about His teacher has the strangest name Chris has ever heard, and the students in his class are anything but normal One kid even spends all day sticking random things up his nose But that s not the end of the craziness A Chicken Nugget Man is out there somewhere, and people are terrified of him Only kids can see the Chicken Nugget Man, so a test is created to find kids smart enough to help capture him.Chris thinks there s no way he will ever pass the CRCT, but as it turns out, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

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    1. This book is an entertaining and educational book driven by the Common Core State Standards developed by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices. The book focuses on second through fourth grade concepts and can be used as a remediation tool for fifth graders.The story tells about the Chris Robb, a frustrated third-grader, who was trying to pass a standardized test. Chris had all kinds of crazy experiences in his chaotic classroom.Chris thought the name of his teacher was the [...]

    2. We homeschool, but at some point in the near future our second grader will likely be taking some form of standardized test. We use the usual bland Test prep books and I was excited to check out an alternative called Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man: A National Test Prep Adventure. It is written by educator, Kamar Sathy. My review of the book is in two parts –my opinion and that of our Second grader.I thought the introduction for parents and educators was very helpful and I was excited to get t [...]

    3. First, let me say, that I love the idea of a fun book that teaches test taking skills based on national standards, but I found this book incredibly hard to follow. The storyline seemed to jump around a lot and I didn't care too much for the gross humor. There seemed to be a lot of stories within the story that just didn't make the story flow very well. I am sure it is meant to capture the attention of young readers, but as a teacher, I would not use this book to teach with because of the ick fac [...]

    4. This book is so much fun and perfect for helping a child increase their comprehension skills. If you have a student that is having difficulty understanding the material they are trying to learn, this might be a good way to help them. The stories are funny and silly and exactly the kind of thing that children find entertaining.As a parent, I love books that have educational value and this one does. At the end of every chapter there are questions for the student to answer. The questions aren't ter [...]

    5. I won Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man from First Reads. I'm looking forward to reading it now that its arrived. I'll add more then.Update: I can see how a child would be entertained by this book. It wasn't really for me but then I'm not the intended audience. I did however give Chicken Nugget Man to my 10 year old nephew. He was quite excited to get it. It seems he'd heard of the book and wanted a copy. I'll post his rating when he finishes it. Also his mother is a teacher so she'll look it ove [...]

    6. This book will keep any kids attention. The story itself is exciting. They won't even realize they are learning a study skill. The questions are age appropriate and the kids will enjoy answering them. Although the pictures are in black and white they were well drawn and matched the information being talked about. This is not your typical test prep with pages and pages of questions. That is a good thing especially when you are looking for something to keep the kids attention! If you know a teache [...]

    7. The Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man takes a silly story and at the end of each section asks "silly standardized test questions." Each question is linked to a reference number that tests common core educational standards.I though this is a great idea to take a non intimidating story and help kids learn skills that will help them do better in school.I'm going to donate the copy I received through the LibraryThing Member Giveaway to the Principal of my Elementary School to peruse.

    8. We loved the story line and it has made my child listen to the story so he knows how to answer the questions correctly. Some of the chapters are a little long which makes it harder for the younger children to remember what happened in that chapter. Very good concept and the book should be enjoyed by everyone who reads it. Thanks to publisher and Netgalley for the chance to review this book.

    9. Cute premise but hard to follow. Would have liked to see more storyline followed by practice pages in groups. The problems stuck in would distract my students too much and, unless I was reading it to a whole group, they wouldn't likely pick it up on their own.

    10. This is such an awesome way to get kids to study! I won a copy through First Reads and my son and I are both enjoying working our way through it.

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