Hey guys! One of my favorite celebrations is just around the corner – Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2nd)! I absolutely LOVE Dr. Seuss and the silly, fun rhymes in his stories. Who doesn’t love Dr. Seuss?! He is “Seu–silly”! I also LOVE seeing how excited teachers and students get as they celebrate this day (that usually carries out throughout the week!).
So……yep, you guessed it. Here are some FUN & FREE resources to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Grab these and more as you plan for your big celebration! Time for a little, lots of FUN!
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday with FREE Resources
You can’t celebrate Dr. Seuss Week without having a bright and cheery photo booth with lots of props to take pictures with! There are 13 different props in this pack that can be cut out and glued to craft sticks to make for a really silly, Seuss-y photo shoot! Visit TheVirtualTeacher’s TS Classroom to discover more great resources.
Ready and Work is a thematic unit that provides your teaching with a set of readings passages and worksheets. This set is related to Dr. Seuss biography and a good way to teach your students some facts about his life. I also added a craft activity to use for oral and written literacy centers. CONTENTS: READING PASSAGES: 1. Dr.Seuss early life. 2. Dr. Seuss young adult. 3. Dr. Seuss adult. 4. Dr. Seuss last years. CRAFTIVITY and WORKSHEETS added!!! Visit the TS Classroom of Ready to Teach and discover other great materials he’s sharing.
Get ready for Dr. Seuss’s birthday & Read Across America! There are 8 QR Code stories: Green Eggs and Ham, The Sneetches, The Zax, Ten Apples Up On Top, Dr. Seuss’s ABCs, Hop On Pop, The Lorax, Horton Hears a Who. Just use an iPad to scan the QR code and students can listen to these at a listening center. You can also download Thoughtful Log Entries and use those CCSS aligned questions for higher level thinking response to reading questions. Visit TeacherStuff4U at her TS Classroom and browse more great materials she’s creating!
Free Dr. Seuss Reading Response Handouts. Use the QR codes to print and/or read aloud Dr. Seuss’ “The Sneetches” to discuss acceptance, segregation, racism, stereotypes and discrimination. Then have students answer the accompanying reading response questions in a class discussion and/or on the no prep printable handout. Enjoy. Perfect Dr.Seuss’ Birthday activities on March 2nd, the beginning of the year, Black History Month or any time of the year to discuss acceptance or anti-bullying. Discover other upper grade level resources by visiting NoPrepEnglish’s TS Classroom.
I hope you found these resources and activities helpful as you plan for Dr. Seuss’s birthday! Lots of love and appreciation to the teachers who contributed these materials!
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