Dr. Seuss Middle School Activities BUNDLE
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Wonderful Dr. Seuss "Oh, the Places You’ll Go!" / Literacy Week / Read Across America - or whenever you want to use them ACTIVITIES for students in middle school or high school.
Students have 22 movie frames to fill in with wonderful (and maybe not so wonderful) memories like losing a tooth, going on an airplane ride, winning an award, playing a sport… etc. All of these experiences have made them the people they are today. Then they get to think about WHERE they are going (Oh, The Places You'll Go!) and creatively place those in the last four movie frames. Lesson includes a 16-page Student Instruction PowerPoint with examples, Film of Life Template, Teacher Instructions.
Your students will enjoy writing a poem about Dr. Seuss during Literacy Week, Poetry Month (April) or ANYTIME!
1. Review three different types of rhyme schemes with your class using the attached ‘Rhyming Pattern Review’ PowerPoint
2. Have your students practice writing their own 4-line poems using the three different types of rhyme schemes reviewed (aabb, abab, abcb)
3. Your students will then be ready to write a 3-stanza poem about ANYTHING Dr. Seuss using a consistent rhyming pattern
~Special paper included for the final poems. These poems will look GREAT on a bulletin board!
Your students will enjoy this fun and engaging Dr. Seuss Activity! Have students research and remember their favorite information about Dr. Seuss - then keep the information forever in a fun tri-fold.
This Dr. Seuss themed activity will challenge your students to find 25 words made by the letters (reading is fun) - BUT - will they be able to come up with the ONLY WORD made by 11 of the 12 letters??? 1089 words are possible, and many of them are provided for your reference.
This fun letter-writing activity will excite your students as they wonder what their future looks like. Based on Dr. Seuss', "Oh... The Places I'll Go!" this fun lesson will get their imagination going. Suggest to your students that they keep their letter and read it again in 20, 30, 40 years to see if any of their today thoughts came true.
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