We had a GREAT week reading lots of books, having special snacks, and being engaged in math and literacy related activities.
We started off the week by reading One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. If you've been following our blog for a while, you know I love to make anything I can out of a hand print-- so here is another!
That same day, we did some sorting, graphing, and counting with multi-colored goldfish!
Then, of course, we had to have some of these yummy goldfish for snack!
The next day that week, we read The Cat in the Hat. Many of the children were already familiar with this story because they've heard it before or seen the movie that came out a few years ago. It is always fun to hear what the children in my class would do in the same type of situation.
Megan and Samuel made hats like the Cat and then we enjoyed a Cat in the Hat snack!
On that Friday, we finally read The Lorax . Like I mentioned earlier, the children really picked up on the lesson, or message, that Dr. Seuss was trying to convey. We had fun recreating the Trufulla trees in many different ways--
One way was edible--
All you need is some skewers, large marshmellows, white frosting, paper plates, and various colors of sprinkles.
And, voila! Trufulla Trees!
We also made them on paper using some leftover Easter grass!
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not."