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Lullaby preschool students celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday

Mar 11, 2014
Source: Submitted Tyler Quann holds the Dr. Seuss book, "Wacky Wednesday," during Lullaby's celebration of the children's author's birthday.

Lullaby preschool students studied the literature of Dr. Seuss for an entire week following the author’s birthday March 2. Children enjoyed exploring several of the famous author’s classic stories, but were mostly shocked and amazed when they came to school Wednesday to find their own classroom resembling the silly scenes of Dr. Seuss’s book “Wacky Wednesday."

Lullaby Learning Center offers care and educates children of the community from birth through 5 years, and offers a preschool program in which students prepare for kindergarten. School-wide, children spent the week reading many Dr. Seuss books with their teachers, enhancing their literacy skills as well as discovering and learning through worlds full of imagination. Preschool students especially found enjoyment in the silly world depicted in “Wacky Wednesday."

As planned, students of Lullaby’s preschool class came to school Wednesday dressed in wacky outfits and styled in wacky hairdos. At school, they found the unusual scenes from the pages of their favorite story had come to life. As they explored, students found shoes hanging from the ceiling, chairs upside down at the table, stuffed animals eating lunch in the cafeteria, and many other goofy abnormalities similar to those created by Dr. Seuss.

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Preschool student Morgan West discovers her shoe stuck to the wall on Wacky Wednesday at Lullaby. (Source: Submitted)
Gavin Sutherland, left, and Zachary Brooks arrive with their faces painted as Thing One and Thing Two. They are holding baby student Gabriel Blanshine, who shows he is a "Cat in the Hat" fan. (Source: Submitted)
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