Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Luck of the Irish

Okay, if you are from the Chicago area you know how important St. Patrick's Day is. It is, as alot of folks say, THE only holiday of the year. We tend to love this day. On March 17th everyone (Irish or not) is considered Irish and the wear'in of the green is crazy. Here is the first of a few projects we do in my classroom. The children wrote about a day they were lucky. They were a riot. You would think they would all write about the day they went to Disney World or when their new brother or sister was born. But, no, they had different ideas. Some of them were, when they got Legos for their birthday, when a friend came over and better yet, when their brother didn't bug them. Cute, huh! This goes to show how innocent they really are. 
Tomorrow is Dr. Seuss's birthday and I have a few things planned. I would really like to thank all the great teachers out there in blog world for sharing their awesome Seuss ideas. It's always fun to get and try out new ideas.  Thanks for stopping by!

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