Seuss’s Birthday is March 2nd



Our 1st-2nd graders spent September through January with Dr. Seuss this year.  Matching a wonderful Dr. Seuss story to each of our 7 Principles is not a difficult task, and the stories still delight students (and teachers!).

Our Dr. Seuss curriculum didn’t line up with celebrating his birthday, but we still finished with cupcakes and silly hats on the last day (can we ever go wrong finishing up with cupcakes and silly hats?)

So this weekend, if you are wondering what to do as a family, may I suggest:

Green Eggs and Ham –  try something you’ve never tried before

Facepaint a star on your cheek, or not – however we look, stars or no stars, we’re all worthy 

Do something good for nature – unless someone like you cares, things won’t get better

And Read your favorite Dr. Seuss together as a family!



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