Hat Day Cut Short!

At our school, third graders enjoyed activities this week for Dr. Seuss and Read Across America.  However, today we didn't get to have all of our Dr. Seuss "Hat Day" activities.  We had planned so many activities around Reading, Math, and other subjects but that was cut short due to severe weather.  We dismissed school two hours early and spent some of the morning in "duck and cover" mode.

So here's what we did get to do...  some of our Cat in the Hat reading activities , some of our Hat Day Math activities, and make our Cat's Hat snack.  We've enjoyed a fun Seuss-tastical week, despite the Hat Day disappointment. 

Hope you all had a great Seuss-tastical week!  Those of you that are in the path of storms too, stay safe!  Praying for you all!



  1. Sounds like fun! And cute hat! Hope all is fine storm wise.
    Conversations in Literacy

  2. Hope the storm has calmed down!

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  3. hope your area was not hit hard by the storms! my brother texted me a picture of the golf-ball sized hail that hit where he is and told me it was over 80 degrees!

  4. Hi Rebecca:

    I'm sending prayers your way.
    I hope that you are safe and well and that the storm moved on quickly (and uneventfully).

    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

  5. Cute hat! How are you Rebecca? Love the pictures!

  6. Our state had 78+ tornadoes. Our town is fine! I am feeling VERY blessed right now! Thanks everyone!



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