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Classes honor Dr. Seuss (from our mid-year print edition)

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COLONIAL SCHOOL — The events held March 9 for Dr. Seuss Day brought joy and remembrance of the outstanding author. 

Each grade took part in a different activity, including games and crafts relating to Dr. Seuss. For example, Kindergartners made whiskers to symbolize the world-renowned book “The Cat in the Hat.”

The entire school dressed up to resemble a component of one of Dr. Seuss’s many beloved books. First, second and fourth graders dressed in a particular color to represent a theme from a book. Third graders wore crazy socks, and fifth graders came in as main characters from one of the stories.

Mystery readers visited each class to read a book by Dr. Seuss. “Fox in Socks” and “I Can Read with My Eyes Closed” were two of the many books that were read in classes.


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Classes honor Dr. Seuss (from our mid-year print edition)