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55 Dr.Seuss Activities For Kids

Hortons Hears a Who! My sweet father's name was Horton. That is why this book is so special to me.

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from Parenting

Fourth Grade Superstars Advocate for Seuss

The Lorax - by Dr. Seuss is my favorite book! There are so many great lessons that can be incorporated with this book.

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55 Dr.Seuss Activities For Kids

We love Dr. Seuss for creating fun books that are easy to read and entertaining. If you are going to read just one, this is the must read! There are some great ways to use many of his books for school and homeschool lessons. Great for beginning readers because of the repetition in many of his books. Several have even been made into movies. Great tie in for classes!

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55 Dr.Seuss Activities For Kids

55 Dr.Seuss Activities For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards

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55 Dr.Seuss Activities For Kids

Hop On Pop; the best book for teaching anyone to read. i had a friend who even used it for adult education - teaching sailors in the navy to read.

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from Childhood101

25 Fabulous Dr Seuss Books for Kids

Get ready for Dr Seuss birthday on March 2nd with these 25 fabulous Seuss titles kids will love!

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from Parenting

The Best Books to Pass Down To Your Kids

Dr. Seuss's ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book! | Classic Children's Books - Parenting.com I love this pic, thanks! Check out this post about 2d pop up alphabets. http://tpt-fonts4teachers.blogspot.com/2013/02/abc-2-dimensional-pop-up-alphabet-book.html

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Fox in Socks Dr. Seuss (1965) ~ It features two main characters, Fox and Knox, who speak almost entirely in densely rhyming tongue-twisters.

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We have a lot of these and I'd like to use these for regular reading so this is super helpful!

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from Read Science

30 Dr. Seuss Inspired Science Activities

<p>I always love Dr. Seuss inspired science ideas and I think kids do, too. Check out this collection of science activities inspired by Dr. Seuss books. You’ll find activities that practice measuring, graphing, and observation skills, explore baking soda and vinegar, and lots more!  Amazon affiliate links are included in …</p>

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