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Dr. Seuss Day celebrated at Freedom Schools


Kindergarten through sixth grade students enjoy a day of celebration. They enjoyed cupcakes and milk and craft projects for Dr. Seuss Day. Standing in the back from left to right is Brandt Lee, Brianna Flowers, Jeremiah Miller, Jimmie Smith, Landen Cook. Standing in the middle, left to right, is Lilly Kirkpatrick, Jacob Miller, Kyler Flowers, Trenton Welty, Annabell Miller. Standing in the front, left to right is Xander Kirkpatrick, Reagan Wilson, Jack Wilson, Tegan Cook, Jovi Renken, Dante Lewis and Paige Stearns.

Elementary students of Freedom Public School celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday. The book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" was featured. The youngsters enjoyed making Oobleck. The recipe is simple: two cups of cornstarch and one cup of water; then add your favorite color (food coloring drops).

The students also enjoyed a showing of "The Lorax" and afterwards, to complete the celebration, cupcakes and milk were served. Ms. Immell's FACS classes made and served the goodies.

TOP LEFT: Reagan Wilson, Alayna Tyree, and Paige Stearns enjoy mixing the ingredients to Oobleck. BOTTOM LEFT: Freedom librarian Shelly Province helps contain the fun as these students, Dante Lewis, Jack Wilson and Jimmie Smith, experience Oobleck while celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday. RIGHT: With Mrs. Province's help, Jimmie Smith and Xander Kirkpatrick help choose and add the food coloring to make Oobleck.


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