4 Quick and Simple Ways to Celebrate Dr. Seuss07:18
It would be difficult to teach elementary school without acknowledging the contribution Dr. Seuss has made to children's literature. His books are entertaining and engaging. Many standards and topics can be taught using his books.
March 2nd is Read Across America Day. I have always enjoyed using that week to bring Dr. Seuss and his fabulous literature into my classroom. Here are my 5 favorite ways to celebrate!
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#1- Read the books!
I know what you're thinking-d'uh, of course I'm reading the books. I encourage you dig deeper. Dr. Seuss wrote 66 books, but some were published under his real name Theodor Geisel. I like to feature some of the lesser known books during Reading Across America like I Can Read with my Eyes Shut, If I Ran the Zoo, or The King's Stilts.
#2- Learn about the man!
Theodor Geisel deserves to be celebrated. I really like this video!
by Crystal @Primary on the Prowl