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 share with your kiddos, I've included my completed, full-color sample.
To give the elephant "craftivity" some 3D pop, I curled the end of Horton's trunk, which is a separate piece that's cut and glued.
Each page features one of the senses.
Students complete the simple writing prompts by filling in what Horton sees, hears, tastes, smells, and feels.
This can relate to the story, or be whatever they imaginations dream up.
The last page is also up to them, as they finish the sentence: "Horton...
I've also included a blank template if you want your students to write complete sentences.
For that finishing touch, have them glue their school picture to the clover. They are now an official member of "Whoville".
Completed projects make a really cute bulletin board.
I've included two posters to use for your display. (See PREVIEW).
This packet matches "Horton Hears A Who" 5 Senses Writing Prompt Craftivity.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy "flipping over the 5 senses."