Dr. Seuss Day is coming up on March 2nd! This day is also known as Read Across America Day. When I was teaching 4th grade, this was a super fun day! We got dressed up, did lots of fun reading activities, and spent a portion of our day just reading. I remember it so well and the students always had a blast. Today I'm sharing with you 25 really awesome Dr. Seuss Activities! These are so much fun to do with little ones! This post contains affiliate links. Ten Apples Up On Top Counting … [Read more...]
Green Eggs and Ham Sensory Bin
It's almost Dr. Seuss's birthday! On March 2nd, we celebrate this creative author's birthday. His books are so clever and fun! Yes, I'll admit that some books are hard to read. I mean, have you read Fox in Socks??! That one is a tongue twister! Today I'm sharing with you a sensory bin we made to go along with the book, Green Eggs and Ham. I had to create a few things for this bin, but they were simple to make. Here's what we used for this bin: dry pinto beans white felt with green … [Read more...]
Cat In the Hat Rhyming Hat
Dr. Seuss' Birthday is coming up on March 2nd. In honor of his birthday and Read Across America day, we did a Cat in the Hat rhyming activity. Rhyming is such an important activity to work on with preschoolers and kindergartners. Some kids get the skill quickly and some need a lot more work with it. We chose to do rhyming with the -at word family because we love the book The Cat in the Hat and -at words are a good family to start with for beginning readers. To start, we made our own Cat in … [Read more...]
Dr. Seuss Week & Oobleck!
Did you know Dr. Seuss' birthday is this on March 2nd? To honor of him, we are doing some Dr. Seuss activities this week. To start off, I'm going to show you a fun sensory activity with creating Oobleck. This slimy stuff originates from the book Bartholomew and the Oobleck. It's a great book! To make oobleck, you only need 3 ingredients: 1 cup water, 1.5-2 cups corn starch, and green food coloring. You mix all of it together (adding more corn starch if it's too watery) and the you can put … [Read more...]