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Lots to Celebrate in Kindergarten!!


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56d9edbdbf79c We "mustache" you a question about your favorite Dr. Seuss book.
Making Dr. Seuss hats with goodies is always fun with Wacky Wednesday hair and sweats!
Our books came to life today: Harry Potter, Hermoine Granger, Olivia, Green Eggs & Ham, Cat in the Hat, Pocahontas, Beauty & the Beast, Mr. Popper's Penguins, Pinkalicious, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
We "mustache" you a question about your favorite Dr. Seuss book.

Whew… A busy week in Kindergarten is an understatement from this past week!!! We learned so many new things and celebrated with the rest of the Elementary as well as created many different things.

Last week, the Elementary celebrated the end of One School, One Book with Mr. Popper’s Penguins as well as Read Across America!! The Kindergarteners really enjoyed being able to be a part of both celebrations for the first time as a Kindergartener. Each day they had the opportunity to dress up or share a picture of their pet. Mrs. Israelson’s class loved being able to wear a mustache or have one drawn on for “The Lorax” and his mustache on Tuesday! They thought that was pretty awesome.

As a class, the students also were able to do a couple other fun activities to go along with Dre. Seuss’ books! They used marshmallows and Swedish Fish to make a fun little Cat in the Hat treat, designed new hats for the Cat in the Hat, wrote their own page of There’s a Wocket in my Pocket and learned about mosaic art to create their own hot air balloon from Oh, the Places You’ll Go using colored paper to design a mosaic on their balloon! Those are hanging outside of their classrooms.

Friday finished off the fun and busy week with getting to watch the new Mr. Popper’s Penguins movie starring Jim Carrey, while eating cookies to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ 114th birthday!!

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