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Tag: Read Across America

Articles | February 1, 2019

All elementary teachers know that Dr. Seuss’s birthday, March 2nd, is Read Across America Day! Head’s up, this year March 2nd, 2019 is a Saturday! Whether you are celebrating Seuss

Articles | March 1, 2018

“Land ho,” “There she blows,” and ” I do not like green eggs and ham,” are just some of the many stories usually being read aloud in schools across the nation

Articles | January 29, 2018

Dr. Seuss’ birthday is coming up on March 2nd!  Green eggs, Seuss themed games, crazy hats, and so much more will be all over schools in the country!  The most

Articles | February 6, 2017

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

Articles | February 5, 2016

Read Across America Day is commemorated on March 2, which is also the birthday of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss. A small group from the National Education Association created this

Articles | February 19, 2015

Read Across America Day (also known as Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!) is March 2nd.  If you are trying to figure out some quick, last minute lesson ideas, take a look at

Articles | December 16, 2014

  No matter how much you want to believe that your students will read over break – whether it be winter break, Spring break, or during the summer months, the

Articles | February 12, 2013

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

Articles | January 25, 2013

Looking for great read aloud books for your class?  We asked our Facebook friends what they are currently reading and compiled a list of their answers for you.  The grade

Articles | February 17, 2012

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,

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