‘Reading, Rhyming Here Or There, Reading Rhyming Everywhere.’

Theodor “Ted” Geisel, known worldwide as the author and illustrator, “Dr. Seuss,” was a Dartmouth graduate of the Class of 1925.
Theodor “Ted” Geisel, known worldwide as the author and illustrator, “Dr. Seuss,” was a Dartmouth graduate of the Class of 1925.
Oakwood’s student council representatives reading Green Eggs and Ham to Mrs. Baumbach's kindergarten class
Oakwood’s student council representatives reading Green Eggs and Ham to Mrs. Baumbach's kindergarten class
Pajama Day holds significant meaning on Dr. Seuss’s birthday. It is told that in 1948 Dr. Seuss looked around the country for a place to live and work, a place where the climate would allow him “to walk around outside in my pajamas.”  He settled in La Jolla, California.
Pajama Day holds significant meaning on Dr. Seuss’s birthday. It is told that in 1948 Dr. Seuss looked around the country for a place to live and work, a place where the climate would allow him “to walk around outside in my pajamas.” He settled in La Jolla, California.
Theodor ‘Dr. Seuss’ Geisel had been writing children’s books for twenty years when The Cat in the Hat first stepped into our lives and onto the world stage in 1957, literally supercharging his career.
Theodor ‘Dr. Seuss’ Geisel had been writing children’s books for twenty years when The Cat in the Hat first stepped into our lives and onto the world stage in 1957, literally supercharging his career.

Mrs. Baumbach's kindergarten class at Oakwood was one of many classes who celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday all week long. Some of the activities the students enjoyed included buddy reading, sorting colored goldfish and using them to make number bonds, and pajama day, where the second grade student council representatives read Green Eggs and Ham to the class. Our Oakwood had so much fun learning! Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!