Sunday, March 3, 2013

Read Across America

I love March!  First it's my birthday month!  Woohoo!  And it's Dr. Seuss' birthday!  I like to celebrate RAA all month long (along with my birthday) so he'll be our featured author this month, of course! Friday, we celebrated as a school and class.  The middle school students dressed as Thing 1 and 2 and The Cat in the Hat.  The firsties loved it!  Here we are after listening to and eating Green Eggs and Ham!  It seems silly to even include a picture since I have to cover up all of their cute faces!  But you get the idea...right?  

My students love math and we had a really good time with our balanced equations!
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I used a balance to demonstrate this concrete in a much for concrete way!  Each child came up and "built an equation".  We then practiced at our seats.  Some of the kiddos got it super fast and I worked with those that needed a little extra help.  

We read with our big buddies too!

I'll post more of our cute projects as the month goes on!


  1. So cute!! I love March too and for the same reasons. It's my birthday month and I love Dr. Seuss. As a matter of fact I'm exhausted after everything we did last week. Glad I found you!

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  2. Adorable activities! I found your blog through A Series of 3rd Grade Events' giveaway, and I am your newest follower :)

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