The Perfect Source for Literacy!
2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Although he died in 1991, his life is one to
celebrate every year. Why? The following explanation, found in an article
in Examiner.com, says it perfectly:
Not only are Dr. Seuss books fun, they can open the doors
of a child’s imagination. Several of his books even go a step further with
underlying messages of peace, acceptance and environmental awareness.
best source for ideas for using Dr. Seuss is the first site. It is truly amazing.
I’ve also listed other good sources for ideas, crafts, activities, and all
sorts of things.
sure to check out the last few sites. They prove that Dr. Seuss had something
for all of us.
may well be the best author site ever created. It has information about Dr.
Seuss and his books. It has games and activities based on the books and on
individual characters. There is a section on where Seuss events are being held
around the nation. The Educator section has resources, news about special
events, and tips on how to use Seuss books in the classroom. The Parent section
has activities, crafts, recipes, printables, and other resources.
NEA’s Read Across America from NEA
links are included:
- Seuss in the classroom
- Seuss at home
- Jack Prelutsky and Lane Smith: Inspired by Seuss
- Send an e-card
- Bookmarks in English and Spanish
- A video interview with Mrs. Seuss
- More Read Across resources
Dr. Seuss from ABC Teach
are lots of worksheets based on the Seuss books.
Dr. Seuss Activities from Random House
are worksheets, puzzles, mazes, and activities.
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That! from
on the TV show, there are games, printables, videos and
Dr. Seuss Crafts
& Activities from Mom Endeavors
site has over 75 activities, crafts, and recipes.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday from Family Crafts
are crafts and book activities
Over 50 of the Best Dr. Seuss Fun Food & Craft Ideas! from Kitchen Fun with
My Three Sons
ideas look quite fun and the directions/recipes seem easy to follow.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Lessons for Middle and High School from Examiner.com
for this! I love that there are Seuss resources for older students. Dr. Seuss
really had a lot to say to people of all ages.
Dr Seuss…In Middle Grades??? from Making It
middle school teacher makes a case for using Seuss books in the classroom and
includes some ideas for using them.
for Older Students from AdLit (All About Adolescent Literacy)
articles are included:
with Dr. Seuss
Seuss and Service
Seuss and the Secondary Classroom
for Monday’s post on Dr. Seuss books.
is your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Write it in the Comments Box!