As part of National Read Across America Day (through the National Education Association) and the celebration of special birthday, LME dressed in our Seussical best today! From the Sam I Am and the Cat in the Hat to Thing 1 and Thing 2, we read, sang, and acted out scenes from some of our favorite Beginner Books in the magical world of Dr. Seuss.
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904. Best known as an American writer and cartoonist, he wrote and published 46 children’s books. His clever books are often characterized by an imaginative cast of friends, lots of rhyme, and frequent use of poetic meter. Beginning readers LOVE his whimsical, fun passages and important life lessons.
Our cafe even got into the spirit serving green eggs and ham as an entree choice today! Thanks to Ms. Pat and her crew for bringing fun to our food!
Our first grade friends started preparations for their upcoming program, Seussical Jr., on Thursday, March 26th; please join us for a fun evening!
We have a busy week ahead too:
Tuesday: Science of the Superhero Day! Dress as a super hero and be ready to learn about the art of animation with Marvel Comic Book artist, Jerry Declaire.
Wednesday: Warm Up to Writing in your warm ups today.
Friday: 3M Day – Marvelous Miller Math Day where we do all things math today!
Spring Break is March 9 – 13, 2015; enJOY this time away to play!
Thanks for participating and sharing the love of learning with us throughout the year! In the words of Dr. Seuss: “Today you are you, that is truer than true; there is no one alive who is youer than you!”