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The â€œCat in the Hatâ€ hats and several other headgears were worn to school at Sloan- Hendrix on Friday, March 1st in memory of Dr. Seuss and in honor of his birthday which was Saturday, March 2nd. The students in kindergarten, first, and second grade enjoyed having a read aloud by a special guest or parent volunteer.
All of the students that ate breakfast had a choice of green eggs and ham in honor of the famous book, â€œGreen Eggs and Hamâ€ with the character, Sam I Am, by Dr. Seuss. Everyone was treated to Dr. Seuss birthday cake being served with our lunches that day. A special thank you goes to Deborah Lillard and the lunchroom ladies for making the special treats possible and being involved in our Literacy Day celebration.
The Literacy Day activities for the afternoon consisted of an assembly in honor of Dr. Seussâ€™s birthday. Some of the classes were able to participate in the assembly. Mrs. Andi Hickmanâ€™s kindergarten students successfully paired up to read part of the book, â€œHop on Popâ€ by Dr. Seuss. Mrs. Jennifer Grishamâ€™s second graders read a poem about Dr. Seuss to everyone in attendance. The third grade teachers, Mrs. Emerald Welch and Mrs. Andrea Roark, had their students perform a choral reading for everyone. The assembly concluded with Mrs. Sheila Deshazoâ€™s drama and choir clubs presenting a performance based on the book, â€œMy Many Colored Daysâ€ by Dr. Seuss. The performance included songs about the way different colors may express emotions. As the narrator, fifth grade student Ty Roberts, told how particular colors may make one feel, the other students which were divided into groups with costumes or attire in their assigned color, would perform movements or dances to a song related to that color. The skit began and concluded with a beautiful song about the colors of a rainbow.
What better way to celebrate Literacy Day than by honoring the memory of Dr. Theodor Seuss Geisel on his birthday which has been adopted as the annual date for Read Across America Day! Dr. Seuss wrote several childrenâ€™s books that are still among childrenâ€™s favorite books today. The made-up characters combined with rhyming and nonsense words are as entertaining and enjoyable for children to read today as they were years ago when the books were first published.
Pictures: 15 â€“ Mrs. Bobbi Duncanâ€™s 2nd graders, Harper Rorex in his Razorback hat and Makayla Gosha in her birthday hat, are ready to celebrate Literacy Day. 16 â€“ Mrs. Bobbi Duncanâ€™s 2nd grader, Carley Morgan, wore her cow hat to school in honor of the â€œCat in the Hatâ€ for Literacy Day. 24 â€“ Mrs. Jennifer Grishamâ€™s 2nd graders, Dalton Cooper and Jameson Hulse, wore hats to school for Literacy Day. 26 – Layla Ulibarri, 2nd grader, wore her crazy hat to school on Literacy Day. 45 â€“ Mrs. Candi Yarbroâ€™s kindergarten student, Lauren Jones, wore her cowgirl hat to school on Literacy Day in honor of the book, â€œThe Cat in the Hat.â€ 47 â€“ Middle school student, Kelsey Carter, went all out in her crazy hat for Literacy Day. 83 â€“ Kelsey Carter led the Mrs. Sheila Deshazoâ€™s drama and choir clubs in performing a skit based on the book, â€œMy Many Colored Daysâ€ by Dr. Seuss in honor of Literacy Day.