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Dr. Seuss Projects, Lesson Plan Ideas, and Quotes

Ideas for reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays based on Dr. Seuss books. You'll find some great Dr. Seuss quotes on this board as well!


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Dr. Seuss Projects, Lesson Plan Ideas, and Quotes

Dr. Seuss Projects, Lesson Plan Ideas, and Quotes

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Fox in Socks Says Our Socks Rock! Cute Dr. Seuss classroom door display with student names written on socks.

Christmas classroom door decorating idea.

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Cute Dr. Seuss "Think Outside The Hat" classroom door display.

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Thing 1 & 2 Dr. Seuss Classroom Door Display

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Fox in Socks - Our Class Rocks Classroom Door Decorating Idea

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40+ Dr. Seuss Quotes: Graphics and printable posters for sharing with students and teachers.

You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child. ~ Dr. Seuss

Grinching Grammar - A fun idea for December

Miss Rogers 5th Grade: "Grinching Grammar"

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Grinch adjectives

Welcome to Room 36!: December 2011

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Dr. Seuss Quote From Oh, The Places You’ll Go! - "You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so... get on your way!"

Fun activity for How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Students create a flip booklet in the shape of the Grinch's head. These Grinch templates are available on Unique Teaching Resources.

"You're off to great places! Today is your day!Your mountain is waiting, so ... get on your way!" ~ Oh, the Places You'll Go! You'll fInd 40+ Dr. Seuss quotes on this page that are great to use for quotes of the day: www.uniqueteachin...

"Children want the same things we want. To laugh, to be challenged, to be entertained, and delighted." ~ Dr. Seuss

“Happy Birthday To You” by Dr. Seuss. Have your students complete a “Birthday Cake” book report project about Dr. Seuss (great for his birthday on March 2!), or they can plan a birthday party for one of their favorite Dr. Seuss characters. You can view these birthday cake templates on this page: www.uniqueteachin...

  • Chris Asaro
    Chris Asaro

    Dr. Seuss' birthday is March 2, not April 2. Please correct, thank you.

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    Unique Teaching Resources

    Thank you Chris for pointing out the typing mistake I made. :-)

This is an adorable door display for "Horton Hears a Who" by Dr. Seuss.

I love this Dr. Seuss decoration!

Have your students make a "bucket list" of the places they would like to go when reading "Oh the places you'll go" by Dr. Seuss.

Classroom Freebies: My Bucket List: Writing Prompt Craftivities

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"Oh the Places You'll Go!" I love the idea of using balloon templates with pictures of the students riding in the balloons. I'd make this a flip book and have a writing template on the inside.

This is a cute window display idea.

Quotes by Dr. Seuss: "Adults are obsolete children." (Download a FREE one page poster for this quote on: www.uniqueteachin...)

Compilation of Dr. Seuss activities, sorted by book

Dreams & Happy Things...: Dr. Seuss

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Fill your house with stacks of books.

Teachers: Win This Free "The Lorax Guide to Green" Recycling Bulletin Board Set. Enter our Earth Day giveaway to win this set (and 10 more Earth Day classroom resources). Our giveaway runs from March 10 - April 2.

Teachers: Win this free The Lorax/Dr. Seuss/Earth Day Banner. Enter our Earth Day and "The Lorax" giveaway that runs from March 10 - April 2.

Lesson plan ideas and Dr. Seuss quotes to use for "Read Across America Day" on March 2.