Attack of the Chicken Nugget Man: A National Test Prep Adventure

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Student Solutions Inc, 2011 - Study Aids - 110 pages
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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 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, but as it turns out, he might have a little help, and a little hope, after all.

Aligned to the new Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics.


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User Review  - Bookworm_Lisa - LibraryThing

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 ... Read full review

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User Review  - gmathis - LibraryThing

Having worked as a support staff member in education for 20+ years, I have developed a general aversion to standardized testing. With that said, and with achievement testing accepted as a necessary ... Read full review

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Kumar Sathy is an experienced educator and school administrator who often used his own stories and unpublished children's novels for reading instruction in his K-5 classrooms in Atlanta, GA. He received his teaching certification from Georgia State University and a Masters in School Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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