Dr. Seuss

5 pages. Common Core State Standards: L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.K.3d, RF.K.3c, RF.K. 3a, RF.1.1a, L.1.2b, L.1.1a, K.G.2 A great addition to your Seuss Theme and fun way to review 2D shapes, including the hexagon, pentagon and octagon.

3 pages. Common Core State Standard: K.CC.1 A fun way to incorporate a bit of math (counting to 100 by 10's) with reading.

8 pages. Common Core State Standards: K.MD.3, K.G.2 This is an easy and fun way to review the 2D shapes including the hexagon, pentagon & octagon.

6 pages. Common Core State Standards: L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.K.3a, RF.K.K3d, RF.K.3c A fun way to find out more about your students. This "craftivity" writing prompt for March, makes an adorable bulletin board.

1 page. Some of my favorite quotes by Dr. Seuss. Perfect for a classroom poster to give students something to think about. Anyone of the quotations would make a fun writing prompt!

1 page. A nice encouraging reminder poster for your students.

9 pages. These are activities to go with the Dr. Seuss book, My Many Colored Days. Students can each do a page, work in groups, or have students work on their booklet one page a day, tracing, writing and illustrating their page.

16 pages 5 Class books to make during March: Dr. Seuss On The Loose, The Pot Of Gold At The End Of The Rainbow, If I Caught A Leprechaun, Storms and Lion Or Lamb. Includes 2 graphing extensions. Making a class book is a fun way to get students writing!
10 pages. A wonderful game for March, that will help reinforce letters, numbers and shapes, including 3-D ones. Print off the cards, laminate, cut out and toss into a leprechaun hat. Children sing the song and pass the hat each taking a card and revea

10 pages. Your students will enjoy this hands-on activity that's a fun and easy way to whole-group assess patterning. Includes several art craftivities as well.

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