Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Dr. Seuss

We have been having a Seusstastic March!  As part of Read Across America in Room 116 students went on a QR hunt around the classroom with all of their Dr. Seuss knowledge. Using the app, Qrafter, students worked in pairs to scan the QR codes with the iPads. Once they scanned the QR code it brought them to a Dr. Seuss question that they needed to work together to answer. Try scanning the codes below (all you need is any free QR scanning app for an iPhone, iPad or iPod).

There was lots of Dr. Seuss trivia. Do you know where Dr. Seuss was born or what the first book he ever wrote was? How about the number of words in Green Eggs and Ham? If not, ask your first grader to help.

1st graders and our Kindergarten buddies have been using the month to share our love of reading and show our school spirit.  Students celebrated Oh The Places You'll Go day by dressing in clothes from their favorite places and creating post cards to send to family members.  We traveled to Disney, sports stadiums, Hawaii and even Paris.

K-Buddies and 1st graders also celebrated crazy hat, wacky wardrobe and silly sock day!  Last Friday, buddies each created their own crazy hat with their reading favorites. 
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” -Dr. Seuss

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