Dr. Seuss week always seems to be a fun, BIG deal! I absolutely love it! There are so many educational Dr. Seuss activities you can tie into the classroom or home! Reading, writing, math, and more!
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Here are some of my favorite Dr. Seuss activities websites:
My last school district had the entire elementary get into the spirit. For Read Across American Week we had dress up days. Here are some of the days we had:
Dr. Suess’s birthday (We all wore Seuss hats like this one!)
Silly Sock Day (We all went out in the hall and read books – typically by Dr. Seuss – for 15 minutes to show off our socks!) This pair would be fun for that day!
Dress like what you want to be when you grow up
Wacky Hair Day (wear your hair like the “who’s” or go as Thing 1 and Thing 2 with these wigs!)
I always enjoy having the older students guess how old Dr. Seuss would be if he were still alive. (He was born March 2, 1904.)
Here is the link to a Dr. Seuss consumable book I used with my Kinders.
We had some amazing cooks that made green eggs and ham on Friday of Read Across America Week. The kids loved them!
Students read through a Dr. Seuss biography and underline or highlight all of the opinions (8) located within it. Click on the picture above to go purchase your copy!
And in case you want even more, here’s my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board. 🙂
Happy Dr. Seuss Day!