On March 2nd, we honor one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time, Theodore Seuss Geisel, affectionately known as Dr. Seuss. Schools all across the United States prepare for a fun-filled day or possibly squeeze in fun yet purposeful activities all week long. Some of the students’ favorite activities include choosing Dr. Seuss books to read with a friend, wearing silly socks, eating green eggs and ham in the cafeteria, and reading about his life. Other ideas may be found on www.seussville.com and of course, on Pinterest. There’s always something new on Pinterest that others are willing to share. Today I scrolled through various ideas and found green eggs made with vanilla pudding (turned green) and a vanilla wafer in the middle as the “egg yolk” (reading recipes!!).
Children look forward to celebrating this once a year tradition. What will you do to celebrate?