Read Across America Day

March 2, Dr. Seuss' birthday, is the National Education Association's Read Across America Day. Maya's school held a book parade in the morning followed by a stop, drop, and read session in each classroom. Maya and two of her classmates read to Herb, and my mom stayed long enough to see the kids parade through the halls. I had to work.

Children had the option of dressing as a favorite book character. Maya mentioned seeing the Incredible Hulk, Fancy Nancy, Scooby-Doo, and Superman. She went as Cleopatra.

Hope you had a chance to read yesterday!


GotThatSwing said…
I read every day, let it be even only few sentences if I'm too tired for more. I think it's great that you inculcate your love to books to your daughter:) Life is much richer with books.
Claudia said…
We read! Xavi is practicing his reading everyday...I am impressed he is doing really good.

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