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September 22, 2018

APW Elementary End of School Year Fun Days


Fun is just want the doctor ordered, Dr. Seuss that is.

APW fifth grade student Jordan Castor earns two ringers for his team in the “Thidwick the Big-Heart Moose” ring toss activity as his school’s Dr. Seuss Fun Day. Looking on is Castor’s teammate, Hunter Hadlock.

APW fifth grade student Jordan Castor earns two ringers for his team in the “Thidwick the Big-Heart Moose” ring toss activity as his school’s Dr. Seuss Fun Day. Looking on is Castor’s teammate, Hunter Hadlock.

The physical education team at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) Elementary School partnered up once again with the school’s Parent-Teacher-Student Association for this year’s literary-inspired, Dr. Seuss-themed Fun Days.

Students in pre-kindergarten through grade six participated in eight different activity stations that were each inspired by a Dr. Seuss book.

Students filled a ‘hat’ with water at the “The Cat in the Hat” station, played ring toss at the “Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose” station, jumped in a bounce house at the “Hop on Pop” station, and participated in a relay race that was inspired by the book “Green Eggs and Ham.”

 

Teamwork was the name of the game in the “I Wish That I Had Duck Feet” activity at the APW Elementary School Dr. Seuss-themed Fun Day. Pictured are Ashley Abbott, foreground, and Elizabeth Roth working together to make their way to finish line.

Teamwork was the name of the game in the “I Wish That I Had Duck Feet” activity at the APW Elementary School Dr. Seuss-themed Fun Day. Pictured are Ashley Abbott, foreground, and Elizabeth Roth working together to make their way to finish line.

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