Pequea Palindrome Party on Thursday

Pequea Families,

A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of symbols or elements, whose meaning may be interpreted the same way in either forward or reverse direction. Some palindrome examples are:

  • Mr. Owl ate my metal worm.
  • Was it a rat I saw?
  • Never odd or even.

This week all of the dates are palindromes!

  • 4/13/14
  • 4/14/14
  • 4/15/14
  • 4/16/14
  • 4/17/14
  • 4/18/14
  • 4/19/14

On Thursday, April 17 we will be having a Pequea Palindrome Party! Students are encouraged to dress…backwards! Please note that all dress code expectations still apply.

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Author: Mr. Bower

I teach third-grade at Hambright Elementary School in the Penn Manor School District.