02 March 2009

Dr. Seuss: Resources

A ton of Dr. Seuss based activity ideas, crafts, and lessons can be found at Hubbard's Cupboard.

Homegrown Hearts has great learning activities based on Horton Hears a Who.

Seussville.com has fun games to go along with Dr. Seuss stories. The storymaker is my favorite!

What's your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Kids can take their own survey and record their findings here.

Don't let the lack of images fool you. There's a lot of great lessons on this site that is conveniently organized by book.

Make goo and oobleck with scrumdilly-do. And part one has some great teaching ideas to use with Fox in Socks.

FiveJs had put together a great resource of teaching topics that work well with various Dr. Seuss books. It's organized by both topic and further down, by book title.

We have been having a great time with the Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook. We've made Goose Juice and Biggel balls so far, but there's so many more recipes we want to make!

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