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Thursday, March 08, 2007

Graham Elementary Celebrates with Dr. Seuss

Graham Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss' Read Across America by having a Round-Robin-Read-A-Thon. Teachers dressed as the "Cat in the Hat", one of Dr. Seuss' main characters.





Judge Hank Fannin brought his fiddle and engaged the students in a reading sing-a-long.






















Mrs. Yvonne Lewis, a parent of one of our kindergarten students, presented a dramatic reading activity with one of Dr. Seuss' books.















Andrea Montgomery had children at Graham for over 20 years. She presented her book to the students in sign language.

Fourth graders enjoy the book Hunches and Bunches by Dr. Seuss, read by Principal Melissa Dyer.

After the read-a-thon, each classroom continued this day with their own special reading activities. Graham PTO also provided refreshments to the whole school which was the "icing on the cake" to Dr. Seuss 2007.

1 Comments:

At 12:12 PM, Blogger jbittle said...

I love all of the "CATS!" What a neat way to make a BIG impression. I know the students had a great time. WAY TO GO GRAHAM TEACHERS!!!

 

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