Always an amazing day!
Wish I had a picture of the downpour that surprised us all. Our class huddled together under the first aid tent. The games went on when it was over and the sun came out only a few minutes later. It was a day to remember!
Patsy Smith Roberts, author and photographer, shared her experiences in Africa with the children.
Mrs. Borain models an African hat
We participated in an awesome percussion presentation by Ritmo Blu.
So proud of the outstanding performances by my students in the Talent Show!
Just in case you weren’t able to attend chapel, I recorded the song we sang.
Chris Rumble, an author and illustrator, visited the Lower School to promote reading. He is also a musician and the children enjoyed the audience participation.
Ms. McGuire chose a few students from our class to represent second grade in the Kiwanis Art Show. It was certainly a difficult choice for her because there is so much talent in this grade level! Congratulations to Isabella, Rylee, Oivia, Emma Grace, Mason, and Christopher!
So fun to watch the Atlanta Opera’s presentation of Stone Soup.
We celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday by wearing a fun hat.
Dr. Seuss wore a hat when he wrote for inspiration.
Fun Facts about Dr. Seuss:
- Dr Seuss’ real name is Theodore Geisel.
- His middle name was Seuss and he added the Dr. to his name.
- Dr. Seuss lived from 1904-1991.
- Before he was a children’s book author and illustrator, he was a cartoonist and created advertisements for Standard Oil.
- Dr. Seuss’ first book was rejected 27 times before it was published.
- He wrote more than 44 children’s books.
Go to Seusville for games, videos, and other fun activities.