Cheryl Potts
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Welcome Back Goodie Bags I intended to do something like this last year. I vow to do it this year,but a little differently. Instead of getting the whole bag at once, students will find a new surprise on their desk each morning. I'll share the note on the first day and let them guess what the next day's surprise will be.

Use this goodie bag tag to create fun little welcome back to school goodie bags for your students to give out on the first day of school. Include the items from the poem in the goodie bag, tie with a ribbon and attach this card {front & back}.

Mount a piece of twine/ribbon on the front of your desk, along the window sill, or even on a bulletin board and use the Cat clips to display 'Seuss-tastic' student work throughout your Seuss unit. Glue a safety pin to the back to create a festive pin for Seuss day!

March is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and, to celebrate, we found this awesome clothespin/pasta Cat in the Hat craft from Sarah Butler! A stroke of snow day genius, there are so many things you can do with this craft…

How to dye pasta

NOTE The easiest method for dyeing pasta - no vinegar or alcohol needed to achieve long lasting, vibrant colors! liquid watercolor paint or food coloring;

Motivation to read pin 3. Flashlight Friday! Each student is given a flashlight and they can read their books in the dark with a flashlight. It is a fun way to get students interested in reading silently.

Motivation to Read Flashlight Reading. Each student is given their own flashlight. The teacher turns out the lights and students use their flashlight to read independently. Some teachers do this once a week in their classroom to motivate students to read.