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5 Fun Read Across America Day Ideas

5 Fun Read Across America Day Ideas

Time flies!  February is almost over and Read Across America Day is quickly approaching on March 2nd.  If you are trying to figure out some quick, last minute lesson ideas, take a look at the ones below.  Not only are they fun, but they can open students’ eyes to a world outside of the classroom.


Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss – Ideas for Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss – Ideas for Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

by Sara Herrera, Guest Blogger My all-time favorite event in my classroom is the Reading Across America, Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Event! I always try to elaborate on every story I read to my students, but with Dr. Seuss’ books it is way too much fun to do. I simply can’t imagine a classroom without the
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20 Dr. Seuss Stories Every Child Must Read

20 Dr. Seuss Stories Every Child Must Read

Dr. Seuss, born Theodor Geisel on March 2, 1904, is one of the most revered children’s authors of all time.  His books are engaging, imaginative, colorful, and easy for young children to master.  Check out 20 of his most time-honored stories below and learn more about how you can use them in the classroom. The
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3 Easy and Inexpensive Costumes for Teachers for Read Across America Day/Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

3 Easy and Inexpensive Costumes for Teachers for Read Across America Day/Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

Read Across America Day (March 2) is also Dr. Seuss’ birthday and the perfect time to have a little bit of fun by dressing up in costume.  Not only will your students be delighted, but you may find that your day is filled with more joy and fun than usual.  The three costumes below are
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Creating a Seuss-Inspired Curriculum

Creating a Seuss-Inspired Curriculum

Dr. Seuss’ timeless story treasures are an easy way to get students excited about the written word.  Using vocabulary and sight words that only serve to enhance a child’s vocabulary, the books are ideal for any emergent reader.  In fact, the stories are so versatile that they can be used across the curriculum to create
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#TeachChat Archive – Integrating Dr. Seuss Across the Curriculum 2/15/12

#TeachChat Archive – Integrating Dr. Seuss Across the Curriculum  2/15/12

Dr. Seuss is so much fun and the #TeachChat on February 15th was proof that teachers love teaching with Seuss books!  Get great ideas for teaching the Seuss classics with the ideas below.  Be sure to read up from the bottom to follow the transcript!  Join us on February 29th for our next #TeachChat. JessMahoney12
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Bring a Bit of Whoville to Your Classroom

Bring a Bit of Whoville to Your Classroom

Theodor Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, wrote the Christmas classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas that was published by Random House in 1957. The story was later adapted as an animated special in 1966 and turned into a live-action film in 2000. For many, the annual showing of this animated special has become a
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Happy Read Across America Day

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss, and Happy Read Across America Day! What do you get when you combine a cat and a hat and a really good book?  A day of fun-filled learning!  If you are stuck for some last minute Read Across America Day activities, check out the articles below for some really good ideas. 
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5 Super Dr. Seuss™ Products for Your Classroom

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
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A Week With the Good Doctor

These Seuss-irific ideas come from Janet, a Kindergarten Teacher, in Norwalk, IA. In our school, we usually enjoy an entire week with Dr. Seuss books.  We concentrate on a book a day and plan activities based on the books. Here are some of our literature-based Dr. Seuss activities you might like to try: