SOL16 Day 2 of 31: Celebrating Dr. Seuss Day


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We have Family Library Night once a month.  If it’s March, it’s “Cat in the Hat” Night to celebrate the life of Theodore Geisel AKA, Dr. Seuss.  Teachers sign up to read favorite books Seuss or not.  We have the local public librarian come.  This year we included our EOCF (Head Start) friends housed in the building and our Russian and Spanish ELL leaders shared a story activity.  We also had the choir sing a song from Seussical.

We have cake, give out books, and books marks for a terrific evening.


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5 Responses to SOL16 Day 2 of 31: Celebrating Dr. Seuss Day

  1. Amy says:

    What a great way to reach out to the community and the cake looks super yummy!

  2. Tara Smith says:

    This sounds like so much fun – and for such a great cause: reading!

  3. Deanna H says:

    I love that you put these pictures on here. Sounds like a great night!

  4. Donna Smith says:

    It’s always great to be able to get families involved in a love of reading. These programs are priceless!

  5. What an amazing night for families to embrace reading! Love the cake!!! We do something similar and have a Literacy Family night. Families can enjoy pizza and books are read by faculty. It is also a joint event with our Book Fair. It is always a great turn out! Thank you for sharing!

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