Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Read Across America-getting started!

We have a four day week this week due to Parent/Teacher Conferences, so we are busy cramming in as much Dr. Seuss fun as possible- and my little Who's are eating it up! Yesterday I forgot to take pictures, but it was "wear your favorite color day" in honor of "My Many Colored Days" by Dr. Seuss. Today was "dress like your favorite character" day!

Here is me Thing 2 (on the far right) with 2 of my team members! I was Thing 2- and made sure my kids called me Thing 2 today instead of Mrs. Biggs! They thought it was hysterical and some just couldn't do it!
Here were a few creative Cat Hats made and worn!

We had an assembly today... a little thrown in the mix and not much to do with Read Across America Week, but it was a fun and informative little get away this morning! Have you ever experienced an Officer Phil assembly? The students love the entertainment aspect.

We have also been hard at work on our -un Word Family and our -all Hunk and Chunk this week! This little cut and paste reader is from here. 

We also made these fun little hats on Monday morning!

In Math, we have continued our shape unit! The Whos used pattern blocks to create an animal and then had to draw it on their paper. Some of them were resourceful and traced the blocks, others took their time to draw each shape on their own!
We also had so much fun making these Lorax shapes! His mustache says, "I mustache you what shape am I?"

Tomorrow is Wacky Wednesday!! I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with! :) In the morning we are tasting green eggs and ham and writing our opinion about them!



We are also using this picture to find 10 wacky things and draw and write them on the recording sheet!


Just click on any picture above and download a few FREEBIES! :)


Happy Dr. Seuss Read Across America week!


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