One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.
Right away, students become engaged by and pleased with the funny, rhyming text. This book lends itself well to many fun math connections.
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Or, read Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, which little listeners can't get enough of.
In keeping with the birthday theme, share Happy Birthday to You!, which describes an elaborately imaginative birthday celebration.
Seuss Birthday readers' theatre. This script for three readers is free from School Library Media Activities.
Once your students are invested in Dr. Seuss' books, introduce them to the man behind the stories through Scholastic's short biographical video.
Dr. Seuss National Memorial in Springfield, Massachusetts where they can see bronze sculptures of Geisel and many of his famous characters.
For even more fun, dress up like Dr. Seuss' characters. We are dressing up all week long, with a book theme for every day. Today our theme was The Cat in the Hat, in which the trouble-making cat is accompanied by blue-haired twin accomplices, Thing One and Thing Two.
The Lorax, which has a movie adaptation debuting later this week, is the perfect inspiration for an eye-catching display.
Mrs. Lodge's Library, using foam tubing from the hardware store.