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Dr Seuss Week- So many fun ways to learn with five different Dr Seuss books! Enough activities to create a literature-based unit study for each book. Ideas for snacks, literacy, math, sensory play, writing prompts, and just plain fun!!

Activities for 5 Dr. Seuss Books (from Finding the Teachable Moments)

Dr. Seuss Activities including crafts and snacks that theme with the books. The kids are going to love this!

Fun Dr. Seuss Activities

Here are some fun Dr. Seuss activities to celebrate Read Across America Day on March This list features crafts, snacks, and lots of playtime fun!

Horton Hears a Who: After reading the book, the students pretended they were a Who living in Whoville and wrote a Thank You letter to Horton.  They also made this fun craft.

Possible Citizenship idea: Horton Hears a Who: After reading the book, the students pretended they were a Who living in Whoville and wrote a Thank You letter to Horton. They also made this fun craft.

Dr. Seuss Character Word Search

EDITABLE COVER** Thinking Maps with Depth & Complexity Flipbook - Narrative

Read about how we made fun Seuss snacks each day: truffula seeds, cat in the hat cheese sticks, hop on pop...corn, and chocolate covered pretzels & oreos! Seuss Snacks: Read Across America snacks!

Read about how we made fun Seuss snacks each day: truffula seeds, cat in the hat…

Goldfish snack bowl

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish: Dr Seuss B-Day theme--cute idea for help yourself!

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Green Eggs and Ham

Create a fun display asking students whether they'll like green eggs and ham. Then make them in class! (assuming you can make food in school and have no allergy issues) Miceli

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