Faith 'n Teaching
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Dr. Seuss Activities
Last week we did a Dr. Seuss theme all week. Here are some of the activities that we did.
This is our library center with a lot of Dr. Seuss books. We read a few books each day.
This is a graph that we did during math time.
This is another graph that we did (I forgot to take a picture when the sticky notes were on it).
This is a green eggs and ham rhyming activity. The students had to match the word on the ham to a word on the egg that rhymed with it.
This is a green eggs and ham word family activity.
This is a pattern activity. The students made patterns out of red and blue fingerprint fish. They had to write what type of pattern they made.
This is a hat we made for our Dr. Seuss party. The students had to make an AB pattern.
For science, we made oobleck! It was a giant mess, but we had a lot of fun.
The students generated a list of observations about the oobleck.
This is Dr. Seuss ABC order. I used words from various Dr. Seuss books and put them on Dr. Seuss scrapbook paper. The students worked together in groups to put the words in ABC order.
We had a great day! I hope you had a lot of fun celebrating Read Across America day too.
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