Describe Nick Allen's behavior in Frindle.

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Nick Allen’s behavior in Frindle by Andrew Clements is mischievous. Although he is an intelligent leader, he has a proclivity for disrupting instruction and learning with his unruly ideas.

During his elementary school tenure, Nick has a penchant for devising ways to interrupt the flow of daily classroom life. This starts early in his career when, using his vibrant imagination, he encourages his classmates to transform their classroom into a sand-filled beach scene during the winter. He can be heard chirping like a bird during class, which disrupts the flow of teaching. Through his errant ways, he is known for changing the direction of classroom instruction and for encouraging other children to participate in his antics.

When Nick enters fifth grade, Mrs. Granger attempts to tame him with her...

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