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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Dr. Seuss Party for the Boys’ and Girls’ Club

Friday, March 2, 2012 from 3 pm – 5 pm
Salvation Army Worship Center at 821 South Aycock Street
30 children 1st – 3rd grades
Director: Jamie Copper

Please email Marguerite at if you can come and what you can bring or what you can send if you are unable to attend. We need at least one person in charge of each game and we need chapter books.

Activity – making bookmarks - Amy

Refreshments: Remember there are 30 children.
“Cat in the Hat” Cake and candles (lighter) - Amy

“Green” deviled eggs - Joy

Ham sandwiches made from Pepperidge Farm dinner rolls (12 in a package – 5 packages. We need more than one person.
- Jean Anne and Carol C

Chips - Lara

Cookies (could be in the shape of a cat or a fish) – Marguerite

Paper plates, forks, napkins. (60 plates, 30 forks, napkins)
(Dr.Seuss colors are yellow, red, black and white) - Carol VS

Cold juice boxes - Rae Lynn

Drinks for the adults - Bobbie West
Ice for the adult drinks - Bobbie West
(We have cups from last year.)

Decorate Bookmarks or make bookmarks - Amy
Read a Dr. Seuss book - Carol VS
Serve refreshments
Play games: Pin the Hat on the Cat _____________________________
Goldfish bowl toss ___________________
Sneetch Ball game _________________________
Give each child a chapter book.

Books for party: Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, One fish Two Fish, Sneetches and Other Stories

Suggestions for First Chapter Books:

Fanny K. Stein series for ages 7 – 10.
Cam Jansen series for ages 7 and up.
Junie B. Jones series for reading level 2.1 – 2.7.
Magic Tree House series for reading level 2.2 and up.
Books by J.C. Greenburg for reading level 2 – 3.2.
Books by Dan Gutman for ages 7 – 10.

The Intermediate Series include:
Books by Beverly Cleary for ages 8 – 12.
Books by Geronimo Stilton for reading level 3.
The Secrets of Droon series for reading level 3.
Beast Quest series for reading level 3.
Captain Underpants for ages 7 -10.
Ricky Ricotta series for ages 7 and up.
Encyclopedia Brown for ages 7 and up.

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