What Should Danny Do? Teacher’s Pack

(11 customer reviews)

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This Customized Teacher's Pack is ONLY available to Educators (Teachers, Counselors, Psychologists, Administrators, etc). It Includes:
• Hardcover Book–9 Stories in 1!
• Every choice is a different social/emotional/behavioral lesson
• Teaches critical thinking and growth mindset in a fun and interactive way
• 30 individually cut 2″ x 2″ “I Have the Power to Choose!” stickers
• 12 different download & print coloring sheets (this is now free without purchase)
• Discussion topics, activity suggestions, and worksheets (this is now free without purchase)
• Poster for classroom or office
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What Should Danny Do? Educator’s Pack

What Should Danny Do? is an innovative, interactive book that empowers kids with the understanding that their choices will shape their days, and ultimately their lives into what they will be. Written in a “Choose Your Own Story” style, the book follows Danny, a Superhero-in-Training, through his day as he faces choices that kids face on a daily basis. As your students navigate through the different story lines, they will begin to realize that their choices for Danny shaped his day into what it became. And in turn, their choices for themselves can shape their days, and ultimately their lives, into what they will be.

Series: The Power to Choose Series
Hardcover: 72 pages
Publisher: Elon Books; 1st edition (May 17, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 069284838X
ISBN-13: 978-0692848388

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

11 reviews for What Should Danny Do? Teacher’s Pack

  1. Ashley G.

    Finally! A book that is as educational as it is fun. As a teacher, I know how hard it is to find books that accomplish both so well. This book kept my class engaged throughout (VERY HARD TO DO), while teaching them some amazing lessons. Quick synopsis: Danny is a fun character that all kids can relate to in some way. In his mind, he’s already a superhero… What the authors did so well is they invented a superpower he is working on called “The Power to Choose.” Get it? He has the power to make his choices… What an ingenious idea! The kids in my class got to choose what Danny should do, and the story changed with each decision. Powerful lessons and lots of fun.

  2. Emma Parker

    Can you keep your kids still for 30 minutes of story time? No, seriously, completely still!!??? I saw the other reviewer mention that she kept her class engaged, and that was definitely the case for me. I can’t say enough about this AWESOME book. SO many good lessons, SO many surprises, SO much fun! The kids smiled and enjoyed their way through important discussions on behavior, sharing, empathy, and even charity! This book is a cornucopia good, fun lessons for kids! My class is first grade, but I can see this easily working for preschool-3rd.

  3. Yamit Berlin

    To be honest, I was a bit skeptical when I saw the concept behind the book initially. I read choose your own adventure books when I was a kid, but those were far more complex, so I wasn’t sure my students would grasp the concept. But then I got the book, and the decisions are so well thought out and well done, I was so happily surprised. The illustrations were really well done too!

  4. Christina Tan

    Such an incredible book! After reading it, the inspiration in my classroom was literally palpable. All of the kids really understood the importance of doing the right thing. So, I was looking for a way to keep the inspiration going, so instead of letting the kids wear the stickers so that they’d get thrown away that evening, I told them to stick their stickers on their desks so that they’d constantly be reminded that they have the POWER TO CHOOSE! I know I’ll have to clean the stickers off in three weeks, but Im sure the trouble will be well worth it. Those stickers were the icing on the cake, and I wasn’t going to let them go to waste!

  5. Rebecca Wright

    I can’t remember the last time my class liked an educational book this much. The choose your own story format by itself was engaging enough, let alone the adorable character. Then all the material for teachers to use with regards to the decisions little Danny has to make… 5/5!

  6. Debbie Rosen

    There are so many possible lessons in this book it is a teacher’s dream! Literally EVERY decision has something you can teach your class about. And I LOVE the concept of the POWER TO CHOOSE! Teacher’s, buy this book! You won’t regret it!

  7. Theresa Pinamonti

    I just got this book and my first grade class loved it! I am sure I will read it often in the days ahead.

  8. Shana Tyson

    I definitely recommend this book! I read it to my summer school class as simply a read aloud, but we couldn’t avoid discussing all of the lessons! The poster and the stickers were an excellent touch. Without even meaning to make this a part of my lessons, I think the kids ended up learning more about their “Power to Choose” than anything else this summer!

  9. Rosa Bianchi

    The only problem with this book is how often my kids want me to read it! We started it the first day of class, as I thought it was a perfect way to teach them about making good choices. The kids LOVED the book and seeing all the different ways the story goes. It’s only been a little over a week and weve already reached all 9 endings, but they still want more! Whats best is the discussions that naturally arise from the book. The message that our choices can change our days gets conveyed in the most natural way possible. Highly recommended!

  10. Amber Muller

    OK, I have to admit that when I first looked into buying this book I was a bit skeptical… How can ALL of the reviews for a book be 5-star? I looked on Amazon and on this website, and everyone had nothing but great things to say about it… So of course, I didn’t buy it… That was in early June.. It wasn’t until I was at the SDE conference in Vegas in July and someone who also taught second grade mentioned how great the book was that I decided to take the plunge and buy it. I got the Teachers Pack with the stickers and poster because I might as well do it right… Fast forward to today, 3 days into the school year, and I’m sitting here in AWE. How did no one else ever make this book? How did I never think of making this book? The lessons are amazing, but the most important part is that the kids love it so much! They’ve asked to read it all 3 days… And they even know they’e learning from it, and STILL want it read to them again. I can’t wait to start reading groups with this book as well. The possibilities are endless. So, in short, GET THIS BOOK! I’m only giving it four stars to make sure that others read this review. Yes, it deserves 5, but I don’t want all of you skeptical ones to hold off on buying it like I was for a while.

  11. Hansja Braam

    Love the book, my students were so excited that it was sent to them. Def. Worth every penny! Showed it around school today all the teachers want to borrow it to see if it works.

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