The snow is starting to pile up in Connecticut now and our friends down south are snowed in! We are using this snow day to work on some new and exciting things for the Vicki Soto Memorial Fund. We are also coming up with new items for our Etsy shop. Have something you’d like to order with Team Vicki Soto on it? Let us know! Stay safe and warm everyone!
The second book in “Miss Soto’s Literacy Legacy” is “What To Do With a Tail Like This” by Steven Jenkins and Robin Page. The book teaches kids how animals use their ears, noses, mouths, tails, eyes and feet in different ways, in a beautifully illustrated and interactive book.
Students in kindergarten each picked an animal and made books about what the animal’s special body part does. The students in first grade changed the title for a project they were working on to “What To Do With a Heart Like This” in response to showing kindness and ways to spread it throughout the school.
A special thanks to the staff at the Victoria Soto School for sending us pictures and showing us how they use and display “Miss Soto’s Literacy Legacy” project.
Thank you to the Town of Stratford for dedicating their brand new ambulance #804 to the Memory of Vicki, who was part of their explorer post in high school. The legacy continues.
This week the second book in the Miss Soto’s Literacy Legacy is being read in over 200 classrooms in Stratford! The book is called, “What To Do With A Tail Like This” by Steven Jenkins and Robin Page. The book teaches kids about what different animals can do!