Label the Northeastern States - Label nine states map activity. American Symbols - Can your students identify each of these symbols? The City I Live In - Students will do simple research to learn more about the city in which they live.
Bookmarks - Access the printables section of the Random House web site.
Use the images to create your own custom bookmarks. Seuss a birthday card. Write a poem in Dr. Seuss books, have students create a new endings.
Have a costume party Depending on the age of your students, create custom story frames to help them write their own version of the story. Below you will find report forms for the following elements: Seuss Author Study Grades Various Use various books and online resources to complete an author study.
Learn about the man behind Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel. Where and when was he born? What was he like as a child? Where did he get his story ideas?
Download and use the worksheet below. Seuss work, have your students vote for their favorite Dr. Seuss books your class reads. Taken from our March daily writing prompts. Seuss word puzzles ready to go for these books: Seuss Visualizing Grades Various Dr.
Seuss stories lend themselves nicely to creative art projects. While reading, do not show them the pictures. Instead, encourage them to visualize what you are reading and draw their own illustration.
If you are reading one of the longer stories, you may want to give each student a different page to illustrate. Once students are done, display the illustrations and see if their classmates can guess which portion of the book they illustrated. We have provided a worksheet for you to use.
Seuss Display Surround your favorite Dr. Seuss books with stuffed animals and a Seuss hat to create your display. Add a few glass pebbles and wire, metallic strings with stars and your display will be complete. Find some of your favorite Dr. Seuss quotes and print them.
Mount them to colored paper and include them in the display. Here are a few Seuss quotes, and links to more at the bottom: Seuss "I meant what I said and I said what I meant. Seuss Horton Hatches the Egg "And will you succeed? Yes indeed, yes indeed!
Ninety-eight and three-quarters percent guaranteed! Your mountain is waiting.Dr. Seuss Story Map Grades Various Students can use this worksheet for any of the Dr. Seuss books your class reads. Dr. Seuss Writing Prompt Grades Any March 2nd is “Read Across America Day” in honor of Dr.
Seuss’ birthday. Explain to a younger student why it’s important to learn how to read. Taken from our March daily writing prompts. Free Multi-Grade Worksheets, Puzzles, and Activities Multi-Grade English/Language Arts Worksheets. Look, Think, and Write Worksheet Set 1 - Students will use their imagination when writing stories to accompany one or all of the ten pictures in this packet.
Writing a Friendly Letter Worksheet Set - This set reviews the parts of a letter, addressing an envelope, and provides a sheet for students.
Read Across America Day, March 2, is the nation’s largest reading event for schoolchildren and the celebration of beloved author Dr.
Seuss’ birthday. Get into the spirit of the day by sharing these Dr. Seuss activities and read-alouds.
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Here my students drew Dr. Seuss and wrote information around their pictures. We normally read the Grinch in December, but kids love it all year long! This is a fun activity to reflect on how the Grinch was at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
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