Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday each year 2021-2024! Each color page is the same - but each year his age goes up.ie: in 2021 he would have been 117 years old, in 2022 he would have been 118.I have updated these coloring pages completely with new artwork (by Creative Clips).I hope you and your class en
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these no prep. activities!Includes:-Rhyming with Fox (match pictures that rhyme)-Addition Tufts (addition to 10)-Sam’s Beginning Sounds (matching beginning sounds)-Dear Dr. Seuss Letter Paper-Wacky Wednesday Writing Activity-Oh, The Places You’ll Go Writing Activity-One Fish
"I Can Add With My Eyes Shut!"
This color-by-math worksheet will give your first graders a chance to practice their mental math skills with sums of two, three, or four numbers.
If you are doing a Dr Seuss theme for Read Across America, you can add this to your centers. No need to forget the math!
Read with Dr. Seuss is a multileveled passages set. These Dr. Seuss biography passages, leveled A- I, are perfect for Read Across America week! They allow all students to access the same text at their level. It is perfect for supplementing your Dr. Seuss themes. What you get:-1 Dr. Seuss Passage set
These free recording sheets will be a hit with your littles during Dr. Seuss week!
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Color by number worksheet to go along with the book "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" by Dr. Seuss.
Can be used for PreK, Kindergarten, and first grade. Homeschool, public or private.
Read Across America
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Writing Responses For Dr. Suess Books-Cat in the Hat-My Many Colored Days-Oh the Places You'll Go-Fox in Socks-Green Eggs and Ham- Horton Hears a Who-There's a Wocket in my PocketRead Across America Parent LettersGraphic OrganizersBook Reports!
This free download contains a worksheet for students to practice alphabetizing words with a Dr. Seuss theme. Students can cut and glue the words to make alphabetizing a little easier. They then write the words in alphabetical order. Students will also complete a word search with the words. This
8 critical thinking questions to be used with the Short and Extended Response Q & A activities on the following pages. ________________________________________Suggested Materials: Seuss, Dr. The Sneetches, and Other Stories. 50th Anniversary Edition. New York: Random House, 1961. Print. ISBN: 97
A Dr. Seuss word search to celebrate the much loved children’s author. Answer Key is included.
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Great for morning work, independent practice and/or small groups.
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Dr. Seuss Collaborative Art Project
By Megan's Creative Classroom
This project is perfect for the first days of school. Demonstrate how important each student is to the classroom community by each taking one square to complete and putting them together to create something beautiful.
After reading There's a Wocket in my Pocket by Dr. Seuss, students will pick an object, create a nonsense rhyming word, and illustrate their sentence.
This is a fun activity to practice rhyming words, real and nonsense words, and celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday!
Here are 2 activities that can be used during Dr. Suess Week!
The first activity is a student created ABC book to go along with Dr. Suess’s ABC book. My students are all going to make one page of the alphabet so we can create a class book for our library.
The second activity is a graphing workshe
Full Lesson Plan/Instructional Guide:
Direct instruction; activities to practice new skill including blackboard games, bingo, and worksheets; assessment
This lesson builds phonemic awareness and phonetic skills by identifying the phoneme-grapheme relationship
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Use this easy, fun Cat in the Hat kabob recipe to wrap-up your Read Across America & Dr. Seuss celebration. You only need 3 ingredients-large marshmallows, red Swedish fish and kabob sticks to make this snack. (Use strawberries and bananas instead for a healthy kabob).
This activity includes C
Want to check out the format before purchasing?Then download this for free and see if you like it!Two free books include:-Cat in the Hat-How the Grinch Stole ChristmasIf you like it, check out my pack of 44 Dr. Seuss QR Code Read Alouds
There are two different pictures that are revealed when the math problems are solved correctly- The Cat in the Hat and The Lorax. I have included 3 versions- addition, multiplication, and two digit multiplication so you can differentiate with your students. The activity is in Google Sheets.