Dr. Seuss Celebration
Today was our Dr. Seuss Celebration! It was Seusstastic! We started our celebration bright and early, as soon as school started. The student wore their Dr. Seuss shirts and hats. We spent about 15 minutes in each of our 7 kindergarten classrooms. All 7 teachers had a story and a snack that went a long with a story. Here are some pictures of our day!
I had the students watch a video of the reading of The Sneetches when the students came to my classroom. I thought I would have the students watch a video since all the other classrooms were reading their stories. I thought 7 stories in a row may be a little bit too much so I thought I would be different. While the students listened to the story, they ate their green star sugar cookie.
|Some of the yummy cookies we had.|
In another classroom the students listened to Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? The snack they had for this story was Cow Tales.
In the next classroom, the students listened to Dr. Seuss ABC and the students had Alpha-Bits cereal.
In the next room the students listened to One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish and they had blue jelly with Swedish Fish.
Next the students listened to Horton Hears a Who and had part of the truffle trees.
A different classroom read Green Eggs and Ham and had green eggs and ham for the snack. I know, can you believe that one. Green eggs and ham with the green eggs and ham story. Weird, huhh! :-)
The last classroom was The Cat and the Hat and the snack was the cat's hat.
After traveling to each of the other 6 classrooms, the students came back to our classroom. We did the same as the others and then we took a vote to see which book was our favorite and which snack was their favorite. In the afternoon, our principal read all the kindergarteners The Lorax (we are taking a field trip next week to watch). We had such a fun and exciting sugary day! Here are all the K teachers with their book they read!
|The Awesome Kinder Teachers Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Wolfe (me), Miss Burch, Mrs. Brown, Mrs, Carlson, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. DePasquale|