Dr. Seuss

posted Mar 3, 2017, 1:02 PM by Angela Bishop
Each week in the month of March we will focus on reading (in-depth) two or three stories by Dr. Seuss (In honor of his birthday, March 2). Activities in math, reading, and science have been planned to coordinate with the books we read. This week we read Socks on Fox, and Horton Hears a Who. Students reread Socks on Fox in library, then decorated a sock. We used the socks to create a graph in math, answering the question: Did you wear funky-wacky socks to school today? Yes or No? 
To go along with the story Horton Hears a Who, students created Horton using paper and a balloon on one side, and on the other side is a quote from Horton Hears a Who that reads "A person's a person. No matter how small." Beneath this quote is their thumb print. 

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