So, I thought I would share pictures! Of course, I didn't remember until Thursday to take pictures of each of the stations, but hopefully you will get the idea!
I made little signs for each station using some cute frames I had picked up at Michaels on clearance a few years back. They come in handy, but I wish I had picked up more than 6!
On Wednesday, students dressed up as their favorite Seuss character and we had a parade around the school so they could show off their costumes!
Make a Cat in the Hat station
Draw a favorite Seuss character
I pulled Seuss books from the shelves for students to access easier for checkout, and also found some free apps that read Seuss stories! I locked the app in so I didn't have to worry about students straying into other apps!
One fish, Two Fish: had great fun fishing from the pond, but boy, I think I only had 1 class that didn't tangle the fishing lines!
The photo booth: students and teachers alike loved this station! I let my 2-5th graders take their own pictures, but I went ahead and rotated around stations with K and 1 so I could take their pics! This was a BIG hit! I think I'm going to do it again, maybe for Children's Book Week in May, and create props of favorite book characters!
So, that was a peek at my week! I got to announce our 3 winners today for estimating the goldfish and they were so excited! We're also participating in the "IditaREAD" as well. Can't wait til tomorrow for the start! :)