Thursday, March 16, 2017

Rhyming with Seuss

Inspired by Dr. Seuss this month in Writer's Workshop we have been working on creating our own rhymes. We used a very popular Dr. Seuss book, Green Eggs and Ham to help us get started. First, Tim Tebow came for a virtual visit and read us the silly story. Then, we decided on our own food that we definitely would not, could not eat (not in 1st grade even if it was homemade)! 1st graders came up with rhymes to create a silly poem. Afterwards, 1st graders drew caricatures based on their poem. Next, we used a favorite app Chatter PIX to record our voices all by ourselves. Check out our work below!


  1. Great job boys and girls...and Miss Klipfel.

  2. No gross salmon, huh?!?! Not in a car or on a guitar, or while swinging on a monkey bar? Maybe you would like gross salmon if you eat it near or far, or swinging on a star, or sitting in a fancy boat-car??!!? :)