Community, Creswell, Education

Thing 1 and Thing 2 – out of the box!

Cheryl Clancey’s kindergarten class at Creslane Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss Week in their Thing 1 and Thing 2 hats. Heidi Wilson/Special to The Chronicle

CRESWELL – Kindergarten classes at Creslane Elementary were among the first to celebrate Dr. Seuss Week, which started March 2.
Students in the classrooms of Debbie Larson, Shawna Bradley, Nastalia Raines and Clancey Cheryl sampled the odd-looking but delicious ”green eggs and ham” made famous by the author in his book of the same name.
That activity, along with hat-making, reading other Dr. Seuss books, and more honored the birthday of the beloved children’s author. It was also Read Across America Day.
You can get involved and make a difference. The Intergenerational Reading Cooperative is a unique and groundbreaking program where volunteers help support elementary school reading and writing efforts.
Email Laurie Swanson Gribskov at [email protected].



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