Dr. Seuss Week

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! At CES, and in kindergarten, we love celebrating all of the wonderful books Dr. Seuss wrote. To kick off this fun event, kindergarteners observed National Read Aloud Day. Students were able to read in many fun and exciting ways, such as: reading ABC books, reading magazines, reading with flashlights, reading big books, reading search-and-find books, and reading on the iPads.
Continuing this week, kindergarten students were able to rotate throughout different classrooms and participate in different activities based upon Dr. Seuss books. These included: The Cat in the Hat (guided drawing of the Cat in the Hat and a Thing 1 & Thing 2 Photo), Horton Hears a Who (learning how to spell the word special), There’s a Wocket in My Pocket (making a creation and naming it), The Sneethes (Dr. Seuss Bingo), The Foot Book (measuring own feet), and If I Ran the Zoo (making a train car with animals).
Many students also participate in the Dr. Seuss-themed dress-up days and the Dr. Seuss Reading Challenge.
This has been such an enjoyable week for students and teachers alike! A week of rhyming, silly nonsense words, and being creative was exactly what the “doctor” ordered!

A few students who participated in the Dr. Seuss Read Aloud Challenge.

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