Dr. Seuss Activities for Kids

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NEA Read Across America - resources for a Dr. Seuss Unit of Study. Lesson plan ideas, an author study, printables, worksheets, games, recipes, book reviews and literacy resources.

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Here's a super cute Christmas drink recipe that adults and kids alike will love! Check out this Grinch Punch recipe! Here's a super cute Christmas drink recipe that adults and kids alike will love! Check out this Grinch Punch recipe! Grinch Christmas Decorations, Grinch Christmas Party, Grinch Party, Christmas Snacks, Noel Christmas, Christmas Goodies, Family Christmas, Christmas Parties, Xmas Party

Christmas Drink Recipe: Grinch Punch

Christmas Drink Recipe: Grinch Punch Christmas is almost here ya’ll! This year we are throwing a Christmas party for our family and friends and I wanted to make a fun drink to serve at the party. I asked my daughter what we should serve and she said she wanted something “green because that is the […]

Dr Seuss - Happy Birthday to you! I am Me - My Unique Special Proposition

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Ten Apples Up On Top Counting Activity

This Ten Apples Up on Top counting activity is so much fun! It combines literacy, math and fine motor skills practice, so it is full of learning opportunities.

Dr Seuss Details- I found a Dr. Seuss book about weather and this could be used to go along with that book. I could then maybe make it into a mobile to hang around the room. It could also be used in different English/language arts lessons Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Teaching Resources, School Holidays, School Fun, School Ideas, School Stuff

Oh JOY, New Blogger, and Freebie

OHMYWORD!!!! Ok, so I am up early and feeling better (amazing what some antibiotics and rest can do for you) because I wanted to blog about a new blogger I found and post some new things I have made.......so, I go to my Teachers Notebook to upload and GUESS WHAT?!?!?!?!? My shop is the featured shop this week:)))))))))))))))))))))) My heart's singing:D I am too excited and what a wonderful way to start my day!! So, the new blogger I found.....The 3 AM Teacher. Now, maybe since I have been…

DIY Decorative Letters with Lots of Tutorials DIY Decoupage Letters. Use books with missing pages to make these decorative letters for kids room! Use books with missing pages to make these decorative letters for kids room! Diy Letters, Decoupage Letters, Wooden Letters, Read Letters, Decorative Letters For Wall, Paper Letters, Music Letters, Cardboard Letters, Letter Crafts

DIY Decoupage Dr. Seuss Read Sign for Children’s Book Nook

I’m in the middle of combining my daughter’s room with my son’s nursery…only he never had a nursery. From the day he was born, Finley slept in our room because we didn’t have a nursery for him. The time has come, however, for him to move out of our room (finally!) and join his sister…

Allison Drake of Room Mom 101 featured a fun display to go along with Dr. Seuss' My Many Colored Days. Invite your kiddos to explore the connection between colors and emotions then use the vibrant results to create a seuss-tastic display! Dr Seuss Activities, Feelings Activities, Classroom Activities, Book Activities, Preschool Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Feelings Preschool, Preschool Ideas, Easter Activities

My Many Colored Days Door Decoration

I could be wrong, but from the searches, it seems as if many of you are looking for ways to decorate the classroom door, in particular this ...

"The Lorax" bulletin board!- This is adorable!such a great way to meal the learning objectives while celebrating Dr Seuss and The Lorax!

The Best of Dr. Seuss - Part 2

The Lorax comes to theaters on March 2 in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday and, to get into the spirit of Read Across America, many teachers are creating classroom displays with this very theme. Check out these awesome Lorax-inspired boards... Photo Source: pencilsglueandtyingshoes.blogspot.com We love this vibrant door display from Andi at Pencils, Glue, & Tying Shoes and think it would make a festive addition to any early childhood classroom! Photo Source: cookingandteaching.blogspot.com…