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Horton Hears a Who is a classic Dr. Seuss Book and a favorite across all grades! This adorable craftivity allows children to write/draw a time where they felt proud! Grab this craft for Read Week today! Includes bulletin board letters for: "A Person's a Person No Matter How Small!"Once you have pu
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Dr. Seuss is one of my favorite authors to teach and the kids have so much fun with his amazing stories!!! This is a pack that will help teach the book Horton Hears a who! What’s included???? -A ‘Horton’ craft that is super cute and fun for the students to finish. All the templates are included and
This cute unit is simple and goes perfectly with the book:Horton Hears a WhoCheck out all of our Dr. Seuss Sets!One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish {Worksheets}Horton Hears a Who {Worksheets}10 Apples Up on Top {Worksheets}The Tooth Book {Worksheets}The Cat in the Hat {Worksheets}Green Eggs and
This activity has been designed to enhance student understanding for sequencing story events as per the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). It can be used as both a direct instruction activity or as skill practice at a literacy station or reading center. I have found this to be successful when u
This character trait page assesses the skill of using text evidence to support an answer. Students can read or listen to Horton Hears a Who. Next, they can generate a list of character traits. Each trait then should be supported with a reason from the text.
This activity includes paper and digital resources for Horton Hears a Who for Read Across America Week. Skills included are: story sequencing, character traits, retelling, and story elements.Story Sequencing:-Pocket Chart Literacy Station/Center Cards (included in color and black and white)-Independ
This is a book study and activities bundle for Dr. Seuss's "Horton Hears a Who!", including a reading comprehension quiz, First-Next-Last quiz, Fill in the Blank quiz, writing prompts, book report template, and bookmarks in different ways to reward children for reading. The activities include a cros
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Sequencing, vocabulary, writing, and more! A Literacy Book Companion Unit with Comprehension & Fun Activities, based on the book Horton Hears a Who . (Book not included) Reading Level 3.3 .This 40-page packet provides a variety of levels to reach each individual student. Please see preview pages
Horton Hears a Who by Dr. Seuss - reading response papers "favorite part" - differentiated offers you 3 differentiated reading response sheets for the popular Dr. Seuss book. The 3 response sheets each have a box for your writer to illustrate his/her reading response. These are the 3 prompts:1 - T
PERFECT FOR READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK ... OR ANYTIME!THESE ARE COMPANION SLIDES TO GO ALONG WITH HORTON HEARS A WHO, BY DR. SEUSS.THIS IS FOR GOOGLE SLIDESIN THE IS FILE YOU WILL GET:1. FILL IN THE BLANK QUESTIONS2. SEQUENCE ACTIVITY3. PROBLEM/SOLUTION ACTIVITY4. MULTIPLE CHOICE5. CREATIVE DRAWING AN
This activity has been designed to enhance student understanding for comparing characters and events of one or more stories as per the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). It can be used as both a direct instruction activity or as skill practice at a literacy station or reading center. The purchase
I've created a readers theatre of the famous Horton Hears a Who. Students will love becoming the characters while improving fluency and comprehension.
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This is a PDF of Dr. Seuss's "Horton Hears a Who!", including a crossword puzzle, word search, and word scramble. A word bank for the crossword puzzle is also included on a separate page. The word scramble is included with a word bank on the page, as well as on a separate page. The answers for the c
Students will be using a list of everyday materials to create a protective nest for a plastic egg. Their nest needs to be strong enough to insure that when a textbook is dropped from three feet in the air, the egg will not crack. This is a great resource to be use during a Dr. Seuss unit or on Rea
Celebrate one of the greatest children's authors of all time by diving into an outstanding tale of friendship and never giving up, Horton Hears A Who! This fantastic activities pack includes three intermediate-age activities that focus around the Dr. Seuss classic.This product is full of low prep,
This READY-TO-USE (no-prep) social-emotional learning lesson about RESPONSIBILITY is based on the book, Horton Hatches the Egg by Dr. Seuss. In the story, Horton accepts responsibility for the care and nurturing of an egg that is left by its mother who goes off to enjoy the warm weather and play.
Horton Hears a Who! is a Dr. Seuss classic. This packet is the perfect thing to accompany your read aloud! You could do this on Dr. Seuss' birthday, Read Across America Day, or really any time you want to enjoy this wonderful book!I am also including a BONUS vocabulary quiz that I created through qu
Write what you think about Horton! Use as an opinion writing paper or for retelling the story. Do you think he is a peace builder? Bucker Filler? Hero? Tell me why! Writing Lines from Kimberly Geswein Fonts https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kimberly-Geswein-Fonts
Students will complete this Horton Hears a Who writing activity after reading or listening to the story, "Horton Hears a Who" by Dr. Seuss. Afterwards, students can tape a pipe cleaner and a pom pom to the writing to represent the clover and Whoville. Product includes differentiated writing prompts
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PreK - 3rd
This product was designed to help your students compare and contrast the book Horton Hears a Who by Dr. Seuss to the movie. I have found my student's love using Venn diagrams, so I felt it was best to share! Enjoy!
Since so many teachers have the 5 senses as one of their science standards, I decided to make this sweet flip booklet featuring Horton because he HEARS a Who. The pages of the booklet act like a "stem" for the clover that Horton is holding. So that you can quickly & easily make an example to sha
Since Seuss’s Horton HEARS a Who, I thought that story would be a fun segue into the 5 senses. Teacher Comments:"Great way to combine science and ELA, great for reading and understanding, as well as the 5 senses." "Fun resource!" “Very helpful to accompany my 5 senses unit!”"Excellent resource.” “F
This activity has been designed to enhance student understanding for sequencing story events as per the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). It can be used as both a direct instruction activity or as skill practice at a literacy station or reading center. I have found this to be successful when use
Students can follow 8 easy steps to learn how to draw HORTON from the very popular movie HORTON HEARS A WHO in celebration of DR. SEUSS'S BIRTHDAY and READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK.Teachers can use this as a whole-class guided activity and can demonstrate how to draw the picture on the whiteboard/project

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