Hello, Hello! When you think children’s book authors, who comes to mind? For many, including myself, Dr. Seuss is at the top of the lists of famous authors. I loved Dr. Seuss books as a child, and my own children love to read the books we have that have been lovingly handed down to them.
Cruising through blogland the past few years, it never stops amazing me of all of the fun and inventive ideas that people come up with to further enhance Dr. Seuss’ books and children’s interactions with them.
Browsing through last week’s Mom’s Library, these Dr. Seuss literacy activities caught my eye, and thus is the focus for this week.
Let me know what your favourite Dr. Seuss book is, I’d love to know!
If you missed last week’s round-up, I featured Year of The Sheep. Have a look through and be inspired! This resource for Moms is packed full of parenting tips, activities for children, crafts, recipes and more!
34 Dr. Seuss Activities
Growing Book By Book has collected 27 ideas in all manner of areas to go along with many Dr. Seuss favourites.
Learning 2 Walk has made this cute snack to go along with the book…One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. And there’s an option for those who cannot find or cannot eat fish crackers, too!
Planet Smarty Pants shares 6 Dr. Seuss Activities for older kids to do. You’re NEVER too old for Dr. Seuss in my eyes!
Have a browse through the stacks
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