GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) - Tomorrow is Dr. Seuss day across the country and one school in North Central Florida used that as a way to make learning more fun.
The preschool at Trinity United Methodist Church held a Dr. Seuss celebration, transforming the worship hall into Seussville.
Each station was set up as a game or craft activity corresponding with each of the Dr. Seuss books, from "The Lorax" to "Green Eggs and Ham," and everything in between.
"It's such a fun day for the kids. It's absolutely silly which is all about Dr. Seuss. The rhyming words are great. We love his books because they all have a moral to the story, and we're just here to have some fun," said Director of the Preschool Jan Banks.
The event was for the 4-year-old age group and serves as an interactive way to get the kids interested in reading.