This week and month (and especially TODAY!), preschools and elementary schools everywhere are celebrating Dr. Seuss.
How many of us mastered our reading skills to cheerful cadence of The Cat in the Hat? Or learned important life lessons from Horton Hears a Who? — “A person’s a person, no matter how small.”
How are you celebrating this day with your kids, or students?
In my house, Thing One checked out The Lorax from the school library, and drew a little tribute to his favorite characters.
Thing Two is reading Green Eggs and Ham with her preschool class, and her monthly “family project” is to recreate the cover of her favorite Dr. Seuss book using a cereal box and construction paper.
I might even make Green Eggs and Ham for our weekend family breakfast on Sunday.
What about you? Any creative ideas to celebrate this creative author?