Manistee Catholic Central students celebrate famous author’s birthday

Lee Pizana (left) and Conor Noble are reading buddies. Lee Pizana (left) and Conor Noble are reading buddies. (Dave Yarnell/News Advocate)

Today would be the 108th birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, the author of 46 children’s books. He is best known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss.

To celebrate Dr. Seuss Week, Laura Cameron’s first grade class at Manistee Catholic Central Elementary School is reading lots of Dr. Seuss books and doing a variety of activities.

They will be enjoying Dr. Seuss-themed snacks, such as Goldfish crackers, blue Jell-o and Swedish fish for “One Fish, Two Fish,” “Cat in the Hat” treats and a special version of “Green Ham and Eggs.”

“We’ll be doing all kinds of fun stuff,” Cameron said.

The students started by making hats and bow ties like those worn by the “Cat in the Hat,” which as the older students at the school saw them had them thinking back to the fun they had during Dr. Seuss Week.

“They are also very excited about the movie ‘The Lorax’ that’s coming out,” Cameron said.

Laura Cameron discusses the week’s activities and the students read “Green Eggs and Ham”:
 

Visit the photo gallery to see more photos of the students celebrating Dr. Seuss Week.

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