National Reading Month: Wacky Wednesday
The children had a blast dressing wacky! It was so much fun to see the creativity and excitement as they walked in the door. Wacky Wednesday was inspired by the book Wacky Wednesday, written by Dr. Seuss as Theo. LeSieg and illustrated by George Booth. Finding all the wacky things around the classroom allowed the children to work with each other and communicate their findings. Many discussions were had about their environment and the children had a chance to orally communicate what was wacky about their friends. Craft time was spent drawing a wacky picture on a piece of paper taped under the tables. It was challenging for many of them to write their name upside down!