How the Grinch Stole Christmas Lesson Plans, Printables and Activities

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss Teaching Ideas

This is a collection of book activities for How the Grinch Stole Christmas featuring lessons and printables for math, writing and reading, as well as fun crafts, recipes, and word puzzles.


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Glyph for use with The Grinch by Dr. Seuss
Students will give their opinions on a survey after reading The Grinch Who Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss. They will use their data to determine the details of their very own Grinch.

If You Give the Grinch Your Friendship…
This activity is inspired by Laura Numeroff’s adorable “If you Give..” books
and becomes a wonderful Literacy and Character Education Lesson all about
friendship, kindness and LOVE!

Color by Number Grinch Words! {A Grinchy Writing and Coloring Activity}
This is a Color by Number & Writing Activity Booklet using some of the very words the Grinch used in his ever so famous “The Grinch that Stole Christmas,” book! It is a wonderful way to use as a supplement with the book!

Printables @ A to Z Teacher Stuff

Persuasive Writing:  Tell the Grinch why he shouldn’t steal Christmas

Creative Writing: “Cindy Lou Who didn’t go back to bed. Instead she…”

Grinch Teaching Ideas @ Other Sites

Six Grinch Printables: Grinch Mask, Grinch Ornaments, Dot-to-Dot, 2 Grinch Word Searches and a Maze.

Close Reading Using How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Why the Grinch Stole Christmas
Everyone knows How the Grinch stole Christmas, but no one seems to know why the Grinch stole Christmas. This lesson is a look at what might have given the Grinch the feelings that he had to steal Christmas from Who-ville.

Grinch Comic Strip
Create a kid’s comic strip based on The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.

Glowing Grinch Slime

Grinch Handprint “Merry Grinchmas” Card

Printables from Seussville:

Grinch Recipes

 


The Grinch Printables & Activities {free}

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