Cassville Parents as Teachers, families, read with the Cat

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Silas Shumaker learns about colors and eye-hand coordination during Parents as Teachers’ March activity night for parents and their children last Thursday, where families got in some quality family time and enjoyed reading and fun learning activities together. Contributed photo

Cassville Parents as Teachers educators, parents and their children made lots of memories Thursday night at the group's March parent/child activity night event.

The theme was Grab Your Hat and Read With The Cat, focusing on a celebration of the love, and fun, of reading.

Reading activities were available for babies, toddlers and preschool children, and everyone had a memorable evening.

Frankie Tucker was all smiles Thursday night during the Parents as Teachers’ March parent/child activity night at the Cassville Primary School, which celebrated reading. Contributed photo

The PAT program is a free learning experience for children birth through pre-kindergarten for anyone living in the Cassville school district.

For more information about the program, which is sponsored by Cassville Parent Educators Challie Allison, Nola Nickols and Pamela Ralls, call 417-847-4008.

Grace Hurst, Wyatt Cochran and Hope Thompson made some green eggs and ham Thursday night during the Parents as Teachers’ activity night, which celebrated reading and invited parents and children to Grab Their Hat and Read With The Cat, author Dr. Seuss himself. PAT is a free educational program available to any child birth through pre-kindergarten living in the Cassville school district. Contributed photo