This is a really fun craft to use with the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?What is included with this What Pet Should I Get? file:- 4 pets (cat, dog, turtle ... and my favorite ... the bird)- a simple writing activity has been prepared which can be placed on the back of each pet (grade 1 o
This is a book companion to accompany the story "What Pet Should I Get" by Dr. Seuss.
Writing - What pet would you want? (2 versions)
Writing - What pet do you think the children chose? (2 versions)
Summarizing - Everybody, Wanted, But, So, Then
ABC Order (2 l
This is a really fun craft to use with the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?What is included:- 4 pets (fish, dog, snake and hamster)- a simple writing activity has been prepared which can be placed on the back of each pet (grade 1 or 2) JK and K can just make the paper bag puppets and not
This is a really fun craft to use with the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?What is included:- 5 cat templates- 5 dog templates- a simple writing activity on the back of each- they stand up!- each fits on one piece of paper- please look at the preview What you need:- paper, scissors, glue-
Dr. Seuss reader-writer response activities (3) to supplement the new Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get?
Data bar graph activity - students can survey and record what kind of pet their friends would get.
List writing activity - students can make a shopping list for their new pet, a blank shopp
Literacy and Numeracy Unit (more than 120 pages)An amazing unit based on the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?Includes a variety of literacy and numeracy activities including:- Graphic Organizers- Venn Diagrams- Know, Want to Know, Learned- What Pets Do We Have?- If I Could (fly like a bird
Are you looking for activities to accompany the book What Pet Should I Get? These no-prep google slides are just what you need. There are interactive as well. Great for distance learning / at home learning. Also suitable for home schooling.This is an INTERACTIVE Guessing Game. Why interactive?
This is a really fun craft to use with the new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?What is included:- templates to create a craft about cats, dogs, birds, fish, snakes, hamsters, rabbits, turtles, etc.- also includes templates about care of a pet and why you might want to choose a specific pet- ea
What Pet Should I Get? Mini Foldable BooksBooks can be used with the new Dr. Seuss book.Contains 24 Mini Foldable books!- 3 different books for each of 8 pets- pets are: dog, cat, fish, bird, hamster, rabbit, turtle and snake- the 3 books for each pet are set up as follows: easy reading (emphasizi
Use Theo Geisel's What Pet Should I Get? and vote with your kindergarteners.
Here's what's included in this mini-lesson:
-a written out lesson plan for you.
-blank graphic organizers for students to write what they know about each pet
-graph for the vote
These activities are the perfect follow up to "Which Pet Should I Get?" Read the story aloud and help students to choose their own pet and develop up to four reasons why on the graphic organizer. Write it out on the included writing paper.
A fun, simple crafting activity for any Pets Unit or for the book What Pet Should I Get?To make this product or see the agamographs, just watch the video:Pets AgamographsWhat is included?Agamographs and a simple writing activity for:- dog and doghouse- cat and kitten- fish and turtle- hamster and ra
It is SO hard for teachers to be out of work. I know the guilt that you feel when emergencies come up. I have created 15 different activities for a substitute to do easily in conjunction with the book, What Pet Should I Get?, by Dr. Seuss. There are activities for reading, writing, word study, and m
Another great craft that you can use with the Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get? or with any of your animal / pet units.To learn how to create these Surprise Pets you must watch the Preview Video (above),What is included:- Templates for 6 pets: Dog, Snake, Frog, Fish, Cat (2)- Each template com
Wanted to show you some of the amazing activities that are included in the What Pet Should I Get? Literacy and Numeracy Unit of FunThis freebie includes:- the table of contents of the Unit- literacy activities- numeracy activitiesTo purchase the What Pet Should I Get Unit, click hereWhat Pet Should
this emergent reader asks the simple question 'What pets should I get?" and gives a variety of options. The file includes two versions - one that defines the colour of each animal and the other where it is up to the student to determine.
Also includes: optional endings and pictures for a student t
These activities were created to accompany the Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get? Following a reading of the book you are your students can make a list of potential pets, choose a pet and draw a picture of it, brainstorm a web of supplies and things to know, make a pros and cons list, create a sh
Dr Seuss is an amazing author and his books have been used in classrooms across the world! He loves rhyming and so do we. This unit is based around the story What Pet Should I Get? Students will have fun while learning all about rhyming using the resources in this unit. There are 50 pages worth of r
This is a really fun craft to use with the Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?A dog of course!A cat of course!Includes step-by-step instructions and templates needed to create a POP-UP Box Craft.I have included:- card base template (boy version and girl version) for both the cat and the dog- temp
Here is a lesson plan for the new Dr. Seuss text "What Pet Should I Get? It is about a brother and sister who visit a pet store and cannot decide what pet to get. An Editor's note at the end of the text discusses Dr. Seuss's pets, his creative process, and the discovery of the manuscript.
Students will use data collected as a class on a vertical bar graph to create a horizonal bar graph. Students will also answer questions about the data portrayed on the bar graph.Activity to go with What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. SeussTEKS Aligned- 1.8B 1.8C
This is a integrated language arts book study, using the book "What Pet Should I Get?" Teaching young students to think and make connections as they read. Also to introduce them to critical thinking and making choices skills by "Would you rather" Tasks; these are supported with an image.There is a Q