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5 Super Dr. Seuss™ Products for Your Classroom

Read Across America Day is quickly approaching!  Are you ready with your Dr. Seuss™-inspired goodies?  At Really Good Stuff we know how important it is to you to make reading come alive for your students.  To help you, we have some really good Dr. Seuss™ products that are gentle on your budget, but great for keeping your class engaged in reading.  Check out five of the many products you may want to use in your classroom and leave a comment telling us about your favorite Seuss™ activity!

Giant Cat in the Hat Cut-Out Bulletin Board Set

Super-sized for attention, this cut-out bulletin board set is perfect for celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday!

Dr. Seuss™ Bookmarks

Is there any better way to remind students how much fun reading can be than with their favorite Dr. Seuss™ characters?  This set of 50 coated bookmarks are durable and long-lasting enough to survive even the most voracious readers.  This is a Web Only product, so be sure to shop online!

Dr. Seuss™ Cat In The Hat Name Tags

Do your older students visit the younger students in your school to read on Read Across America Day?  If so, these self-adhesive name tags are ideal!  With 40 name tags in each pack, you are sure to have enough for all of your students.  This is another Web Only product!

Dr. Seuss™ Punch-Out Reusable Letters

Your bulletin boards will never be so adorable as when you use these red and white striped letters!  Celebrate reading with a message that will get your students’ attention and interest.  The red and white color design is also perfect to use for Christmas and Valentine’s Day bulletin boards.

Dr. Seuss™ Green Eggs and Ham Thank You Teacher Cards

Whether you want to encourage students by thanking them for being in your class, doing a great job on a book report, or for simply being themselves, this Web Only set of 36 postcards allows you to do that.  Write a note and suggest that students use the postcards as bookmarks!  Not only will they enjoy seeing their favorite Dr. Seuss™ characters, they will also enjoy re-reading your note of encouragement and gratitude.

Want to see more Dr. Seuss™ goodies?  Stop by our Really Good Dr. Seuss Shop!

It’s time for another Secret Giveaway!  Would you like to win a pack of the Cat in the Hat Name Tags?  You can!  Simply leave a comment on this article with your favorite Read Across America activity idea before 11:59pm EST on Thursday, February 10th, 2011.  A random winner will be announced on Friday, February 11th, 2011.  Good luck!


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Marie Madden
Marie Madden

I LOVE Dr. Seuss, He is my very favorite author. I have all his books and love to share them with my students. We do many activities for Dr. Seuss and Read Across America. My favorite thing to do is the Reading Cafe. We turn our tables and desks in my room into a cafe. I have created menus with the books I have available and we invite the younger grades to come in and we read to them. They sit a cafe table (covered with red/white checked table cloths and salt and pepper shakers, etc). The younger child looks over the menu and decides which book he/she would like the second grader to read to them. We also serve goldfish crackers. We always have a great time with this and the kids absolutely LOVE it.

Jon Spexarth
Jon Spexarth

These are great, I love Dr. Seuss! I am thrilled to find out about the Really Good Dr. Seuss Shop!!

Angela Benson
Angela Benson

I enjoy Read Across America Day. I have a friend...Mr. Brown, comes in to read "Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?"

Amy
Amy

Dr. Seuss day at our school also involves having guest speakers come and read to the class and teachers are welcome to dress up in character. It is really fun! I loved the note card idea where the teacher would write a special note to the student and then the student could use it as a book mark. I think that would give them a warm fuzzy and help encourage them to read.

angie churchman
angie churchman

I love Dr. Suess! His books are great for young readers! Read Across America day is celbrated at our school with having guest readers and The Cat in the Hat makes an appearance throughout the day to read and hand out treats! I can't wait until there is a whole classroom decoration kit of Dr. Suess!

Kelly
Kelly

I love teaching with Dr. Seuss; my favorite activity is to make ice cream cone snacks that look like the cat in the hat. The kids always enjoy making and eating them!

cindy garcia
cindy garcia

Can't wait Read Across America Day. I've started to practice my turbo fast reading of Fox in Sox. I don't think I can beat the girl from the Youtube video, but I'm close.

Lori O.
Lori O.

Our students always enjoy partner reading with another grade level. The cooks also make green eggs & ham for all to enjoy!

virginia ott
virginia ott

For read acroos America. We study Dr. Seuss's life with a powerpoint. We make Dr. Suess t-shirts. Representing his books. The school has a Dr. Seuss door decorating contest. The students have a Dr. Seuss bookmark decorating contest. We have guess readers and we use Dr. Seuss books to teach skills in reading and math.

Rhonda Guinn
Rhonda Guinn

I love those bookmarks & the striped letters!

Erica Tank
Erica Tank

I love all the ideas, the punch out letters look great and I like how easy it would be to re-use them in the classroom for other things.

Sarah C
Sarah C

I just love Dr. Seuss! These products are great and will definitely be making an appearance in my classroom one day!