We made these cute Cat in the Hats. Each child had to complete the rhyme. We had so much fun with this song all week. The song came from Making Learning Fun.
The class did a directional drawing of Thing One or Two and then painted the Things with watercolors. Another idea from Making Learning Fun.
After reading One Fish, Blue Fish, Red Fish, Two Fish the children sorted, tallied, graphed, and added goldfish.
Of course we had to read Green Eggs and Ham. Then we graphed who liked green eggs and ham. Each child made an individual serving in the microwave using a recipe from Making Learning Fun.
I Wish That I Had Duck Feet.
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This is the morning message for Wacky Wednesday. The children had to find all the wacky things.
|They found them!|
This is a picture of some students partner reading. This gives the students a chance to practice reading, being a good listener, and being a helper to each other - not a teller.
Here are some children at the Dr. Seuss Read-A-Thon! Each child received a bookmark and a Cat in the Hat log to record their books. We talked about practicing our STAMINA!
The children were inspired to create their own versions of wockets in their pockets after reading the book. Each child had to use a blend or diagraph to rhyme with pocket for their creations. I think they are adorable!
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We made this delicious Cat in the Hat snack to end our SEUSS-sational week!!!
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