Menu

Always Be Good – FKB Be Nice Series Book 5

Always Be Good is a short simple book for young children, and beginner ESL readers, promoting important behaviours young children need to learn.

This book teaches children ten important lessons about life skills and hygiene and actions that promote good behaviour and make Mum and Dad or Teacher happy. There are suggestions for lessons supporting the topics at the end which can be used for classroom or home school exercises.

Each of the ten lessons in the book is introduced by an animal with a name that uses alliteration, eg Gerty Goat, Wally Walrus. These animals are a feature of Free Kids Books’ life lessons, Be Nice sight words series.

All books are available in Creative Commons – CC-BY-SA-NC, as a pdf download, read online, and in an editable form too – which allows users to build on this resource, create lesson materials or even new resources to share. Editable books can be a good way to teach older children editing, formatting, and writing skills, to create their own books in the same style, please do share them with us if you do!

Here is the editable version of this book: Always Be Good odg File.  

Note – these books are created using open office draw, since, for picture-based books this format works much better, images and text can be interplayed on each page and don’t scroll. OpenOffice is a free program available at https://www.openoffice.org. The main text is in Open Dyslexic, you will need to install this font to see the file correctly, this is available at https://opendyslexic.org/.

Download or read the flipbook of Save the Planet on the buttons below the post.

Text from Always Be Good:

Always be good.
Listen to Mum and Dad.
Keep your room tidy.
Always brush your teeth.
Try your best at school.
Always do your homework.
Always do your chores.
Eat up all your vegetables.
Look after your things.
Don’t forget your manners!

The book includes some activities for children to help them think about and discuss behaviour at the end.

See all the books in the FKB Be Nice Series here: https://freekidsbooks.org/tag/be-nice/

See more books like this in our behaviour category.

See more of our books about behaviour below

I am enoug self esteem book I am Enough! Because I am the Best Me I can Be - You are enough and deserve to be treated right. Don’t ever let anyone dim your light. You are bright, kind, and loving and deserve the best, just keep going strong on your life’s quest. Believe you can achieve anything and tell yourself every day, I am amazing and I am okay! This little book will ...
Always Be Good – FKB Be Nice Series Book 5 - Always Be Good is a short simple book for young children, and beginner ESL readers, promoting important behaviours young children need to learn. This book teaches children ten important lessons about life skills and hygiene and actions that promote good behaviour and make Mum and Dad or Teacher happy. There are suggestions for lessons supporting ...
I Am Strong, I Am Courageous, I Am Girl – Self help book for growing your confidence - As Long As I Stay Positive I Can Achieve Great Things! This little eBook features the character Abazora of the Azpazaz Bunch. This is a story with positive affirmations to remind you to be strong and courageous. Never let anyone tell you anything you want is impossible. Read this little book out loud to yourself ...
The Mystery of the Cyber Friend – Important lessons about keeping safe online - Shree loves using her computer for all sorts of things. One of the things she does is to chat with friends. When she has a tiff with a group of friends, she receives a new request out of the blue, and decides to accept. But after some time she senses this new friend is not ...
All Phones and Games – Monster Me - Monster Newmon has a story about a puppet show he put on, but the other monsters are busy making havoc with their phones. Do Newmon’s feelings get hurt? Read this debut book from iPop! Labs by selecting one of the buttons below the post. Read more from iPop! Labs below:  Spread the love
I Can Dress Myself – Wordless Book - I Can Dress Myself is an amusing short wordless book about a child getting herself dressed while Mum is sleeping. This story was brought to us by BookDash, if you enjoyed this story, see more stories from BookDash below.  Spread the love
Human Values Foundation Stories on Values 2019 Edition – By children for children - Human Values Foundation Stories on Values is an endearing and beautiful collection of short stories written by children, as selected entries from the Human Values Foundation’s annual Stories on Values competition. This edition is from 2019. The Human Values Foundation has kindly made these available to republish here so as to reach a wider audience ...
Billy Wants it All – Book 7 Billy Growing Up Series - Billy Wants it All – Billy Growing Up Series – It’s important that children learn both the purpose and value of money and how it fits into the way they will have to live when they are adults.  Parents take care of a child’s financial needs until they leave education. Food always appears on the ...
Tell Me Now! – ‘Good For You’ - In Tell Me Now! – ‘Good For You’ the story tells us what is ‘good for you’ and ‘not good for you’. This is a level 1 book for children just beginning their reading journey. Author: Madhav Chavan, Illustrator: Rijuta Ghate Sample Text From Tell Me Now! – ‘Good For You’ Why should I go ...
Reba Wants Ice Cream - Reba badly wants ice cream, but her mum tells her to finish her homework first. She needs a new notepad and her mum sends her to the shop. The shop keeper gives her too much change. What does she do? Wind out in this short story about being honest. Sample Text from Reba Wants Ice ...

 


Sponsored Links:

Note – if you sign up through these links, it doesn’t cost you any extra, but FKB receives a small donation, which helps us with our project to buy more FREE Hardcopies   for kids who need them


All our posts are checked by Grammarly, the FREE online grammar checker (We still receive a donation even if you only sign up for the free account :-):

 
Spread the love

Comments 1

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

....