Rainbow Spring Presents: Green Eggs & Ham
Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA Dr. Seuss was an introverted cartoonist with one of the most commonly mispronounced names. Seuss, pronounced “Zoice” was not a real doctor, but an innovator none the less. After learning about low literacy rates of children in the United States, he decided he was going to do something about it. With a 225 word vocabulary Dr. Seuss wrote, “The Cat in the Hat.” The book increased children’s literacy rates, sparking the desire to read through storytelling.
Creativity Promoting Literacy
With the use of storytelling and creativity, this BKC makes learning a fun and stimulating experience. The work of Dr. Seuss inspires children to ask questions and use their imaginations. Through creativity we will practice reading, and expressing our feelings with words and acceptance.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go
We took our first field trip of Green Eggs & Ham to Blodel Conservatory
Our adventure was filled with laughter and beautiful creatures. Birds flew above our heads as we imagined what it would be like to fly. With our trusty bird map we searched through the conservatory. Our eyes lighting up as we matched the birds in front of us to the bird on our map.
Join us on Wednesday afternoons at Storybook Buddings from 1pm-4pm for Green Eggs & Ham!