To celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America or just help students relate to a Seuss tale, this Dr. Seuss unit is intended to tap into the young minds in your class. Kids want to enjoy a meaningful activity with you. Writing a poem in this Dr. Seuss unit with rhyming couplets (typical Dr. Seuss activities) helps kids practice multiple skills. The unit also includes 14 more ideas.
Use the word cards to set up creative centers, high-energy small group lessons, and morning work, intervention, or homework activities for little Seussophiles.
Buy this if you want your students:
1) Practicing inventive spelling and syllabication with made-up words
2) Collaborating to write a story poem and then read it multiple times (choral reading)
3) Manipulating CVC words
4) Reviewing spelling patterns
5) Listening for beginning and ending sounds
+Small word cards for sorting
+Large word cards for pocket charts and Write the Room
+Blank activity cards
+Hop on Pop cut and paste
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