Recently, Mrs. Yollis' class read The Lost and Found, a story
in our anthology by Mark Teague.
|Photo by Mrs. Tulbure|
The story is about three friends who get lost in the Lost and Found bin! Their lucky hats brings them good luck at the end of the story.
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We celebrated by wearing our own lucky hats!
Of course, Mrs. Yollis wore her lucky hat!
There was a plethora (ple •THə• rə) of hats!
Who/Hoo knows which one brought the most luck!
Pink seashore baseball cap.
Cat in the Hat meets a garden hat with narrow brim.
Black hat with supplies!
Green baseball cap with Greek Minecraft elements.
Polka-dots and foil caps.
Flowers and eyes appear on this purple cap.
A canoe on a khaki cap!
Sun hat with a beautiful butterfly band.
Who is on top of this knit cap?
A Panama hat with yellow feathers and a blue band.
A happy head band.
Blue baseball cap and bow.
Buttons, feathers, and pipe cleaners.
An interactive lucky hat.
Hello striped Kitty!
Luckily, our reading buddies from Journeys were able to join us on our special day!
Tell us about your hat! Use adjectives to describe all the elements!
Compare and Contrast your hat with a classmate's. How are they alike and different?