Naselle celebrates Fun Hat Day

Naselle celebrates Fun Hat Day

NASELLE — Naselle Elementary School had a hat day on Jan. 26. There were camouflage hats, tall hats and silly hats. In first grade, students learned about American and English history with authentic top and bowler hats as well as newsboy and coonskin (Davy Crockett) caps. They also studied Asia (ubiquitous work hat) and Africa (a holy man’s prayer cap) with genuine hats from these cultures. Math was incorporated into the day by making graphs of their favorites.

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