During Read Across America Celebration Week, Feb. 26 to March 2, at Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School the students in Elizabeth Lyle’s kindergarten through third grade listened to “Juevos verdes con jamón par Dr. Seuss” (Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss) and then played games like Tres en Línea (Tic-Tac-Toe) y (and) ¿Donde está el gato? (Where is the cat?).
Dana Kock’s Kindergarten class with Eric Danesi. Photo by Elizabeth Lyle
Karen Langholz’s 3rd grade class playing ¿Donde está el gato? Photo by Elizabeth Lyle
Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School had a guest reader during Read Across America Week. Victoria Lopez Rodriguez, an 8th grader in Kurt Kiefer’s homeroom, read a Dr. Seuss book in Spanish to Vicki Tuttle’s 1st grade class. Photo by Elizabeth Lyle
On March 2, at Landstuhl Elementary Middle School in Gabriele Arseneaut’s Multiage 1&2 German Immersion classroom, the first and second graders brought a Dr. Seuss book, a pillow, a blanket or both to school. During Read-to-Self, they settled in with blankets and pillows to read their Dr. Seuss books. Photos by Gabriele Arseneault