Corkboard Connections: Story Hat Map - Two fun variations of a plot map graphic organizer - not just for the little ones!

Story Hat Map for March 2nd

Corkboard Connections: Story Hat Map - Two fun variations of a plot map graphic organizer - not just for the little ones!

First Grade Fever! Write about what you would do if Thing 1 and Thing 2 came to your house. Adorable!

First Grade Fever! Write about what you would do if Thing 1 and Thing 2 came to your house. Adorable!

<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>

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>

Here is a small collection of Dr. Seuss coloring sheets for your children. These coloring sheets will ensure that your children have a fun, educational activity in their spare time.

Top 20 Free Printable Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages Online

Here is a small collection of Dr. Seuss coloring sheets for your children. These coloring sheets will ensure that your children have a fun, educational activity in their spare time.

Cat in the Hat toss game Glue white construction paper to the outside of the oatmeal container. You can use small balls or beanbags for this Cat in the Hat toss. I made some homemade balloon balls by putting Moon Dough into balloons. They’re squishy, yet solid. It was a nice sensory addition to this activity.

A Week of Dr. Seuss: Cat in the Hat Toss

Cat in the Hat toss game Glue white construction paper to the outside of the oatmeal container. You can use small balls or beanbags for this Cat in the Hat toss. I made some homemade balloon balls by putting Moon Dough into balloons. They’re squishy, yet solid. It was a nice sensory addition to this activity.

I WILL use Dr. Sesus in one lesson for my high school students. During his birthday week, have students practice speech skills by reading a book. Or even acting out a book.

I WILL use Dr. Sesus in one lesson for my high school students. During his birthday week, have students practice speech skills by reading a book. Or even acting out a book.

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