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Dr. Seuss Activities
Cross-curricular activities for 15 Dr. Seuss books, including The Foot Book, Dr. Seuss’ ABC, If I Ran the Zoo, The Lorax, and more!
10 Apples Up On Top Class Book Activity
Make class books as a follow up activity to this great Dr. Seuss book.
And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street Writing Activity
Students use And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street by Dr. Seuss to write a story.
“Do you like green eggs and ham?” Seuss Graphing Printable
Header card with question and answer cards with “yes” and “no”. Includes blank cards for graphing the results to your own question.
Favorite Dr. Seuss Book Graphing Printable
Header card with question, “What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book?” and answer cards included for various titles.
Green Eggs Math Mats for Counting, Addition, and Subtraction
This free printable can be used as an activity or learning center to go along with reading Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. It includes a math mat featuring a plate, and a set of green egg counters and yellow egg counters. You can also download a black & white version, if you prefer.
Printable Hat Patterns
Striped and blank hat patterns in various sizes, plus an “at” hat for writing words in the “at” word family.
Printable Feet Patterns
Printable feet patterns for making a foot book, etc. (3 pages)
Resources @ A to Z’s Store
Seuss-ical Fun Math & Literacy Activities
Cat in the Hat Glyph with Writing Options
One Fish Two Fish Glyph with Math and Writing Activities
Horton Hears a Who Glyph with Writing Extensions
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The Sleep Book Dreams
After reading The Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss, have students think about a dream they have had and write about it. Includes downloadable writing paper.
Horton Hears a Who
After reading the book, students will think about what they would say to Horton if they were a Who. Includes supporting printables.
The Cat in The Hat – A Mini Unit
Lessons, activities, and links for The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss
Yertle the Turtle
After reading the story, you can make these turtles and have students write about why they think Yertle is a bad king. Includes printable writing paper.
20 Fun Dr. Seuss Writing Prompts
A list of writing prompts you can use for Dr. Seuss books and characters.
Dr. Seuss Book Activities and Teaching Ideas
A sizable resource with Dr. Seuss extension lesson ideas organized by book title.
Dr. Seuss Theme Unit
abcteach’s printables: acrostic form: hats, book report form, shape books, and word searches.
Hop on Pop – Initial and Final Sounds
Students make a flip book. Grade Level(s): 1-2
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Simple description of an activity to make a venn diagram for the book. Grades: K-2
Bartholomew and the Oobleck make Oobleck
A recipe to make “oobleck” Grades: K-5
Seussville Printable Pages and Worksheets for Dr. Seuss
More than 100 pages searchable by activity or book.
Lesson Exchange: You’ve Got a Wocket Where?
Students identify rhyming word pairs, apply generalizations about the principle of onsets and rimes, and create and classify multiple lists of words, both real and nonsense, based on given rimes. Grades: 1-2
Meeting and Reading Dr. Seuss
Activities in preparation for Dr. Seuss Day… The standard that is being addressed is: Demonstrate competence in the general skills and strategies of the reading process.
Venn Diagram With One Fish, Two Fish by Dr. Seuss
Students organize colored fish using a Venn Diagram.
I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today – Literature/Math Lesson
Children create their own word problems. Grades: 1-2
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