Posted on March 7, 2013
For decades The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham have impacted countless children with their mesmerizing cadence. Dr. Seuss’s classic books have undoubtedly left their mark, as evidenced by events held throughout the country in recognition of his birthday.
The entire Trinity Christian School student body joined the nationwide celebration honoring Dr. Seuss on March 1st. Seniors visited elementary classrooms to read, while students of all ages dressed up like their favorite Seuss character.
Creativity in the Trinity Christian School classrooms extends beyond special celebrations, however. From history to math, foreign languages to art, a visit to our classrooms and a stroll through our hallways reveal that creative learning experiences are yearlong occurrences.
Secondary students combined candy and charity, using candy wrappers to vote for their favorite Seuss book. The winning book will be donated to the WVU Children’s Hospital.
Characters from Dr. Seuss’s books were spotted throughout the TCS campus on March 1st, the day set aside to celebrate author Theodor Seuss Geisel’s (known as Dr. Seuss) birthday.
Fifth grade students employed a variety of techniques to create the family portraits that adorn a hallway bulletin board.
A Dress-Up relay proved to be a fun way to learn french terms for articles of clothing for middle school FLEX (Foreign Language Exploration) students and their French III mentors.