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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Seuss on the Loose!





In honor of Read Across America Day (celebrated tomorrow on Dr. Seuss's birthday) we have been doing Dr. Seuss activities all week long - intermingled with our Core Knowledge study of Ancient Egypt (pictures to come) and it has been SO much fun!  Yesterday we read the Cat and the Hat chorally and today we did a couple of related activities.  One of them included this adorable Thing 1 and Thing 2 writing piece and art project.  Thanks to Seusstastic.blogspot.com!
Our school is having a read-a-thon for the first 30 minutes of school tomorrow, so I asked parents to send any Dr. Seuss books they might have so I could read them to the kids throughout the week, and so the kids can read them tomorrow.  I was not expecting this box full of books, but was thrilled to accept it!
 Who knew there were so many Dr. Seuss books to choose from!?  It inspired the idea below.  With 32 books, there were plenty for my 26 students to do a Dr. Seuss book report in class, so I created this.  If you want to download it for free click here
Hope you have a SeUsSTasTiC week & weekend!

2 comments:

  1. Very cute Em! I'm going to have to show the kids when they're awake.

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