6 pages. 18 calendar cards for the month of March. Includes several for St. Patrick's Day. Use on your calendar, or for your word wall. Make an extra set and have students play Memory Match. Have students choose one to color and use as a bookma

4 pages. Making a mustache/moustache to launch a writing prompt, is an interesting and "Suessical" way of doing things. I think your students will enjoy it.

3 pages. A fun reading poem that I wrote to encourage students to read everywhere!

9 pages. Common Core State Standard: RL.1.2 Everything you need to review the elements of a story, as well as helping students to sequence and retell it.

2 pages. A fun way to review skip counting by 10's. A nice plug-in for your Seuss-themed activities.

20 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K.1d, L.K.1a, L.1.1a You'll find a nice variety of interesting ways to review upper and lowercase letters, including games, worksheets, and assessments.

4 pages. Having a "Cat in the Hat, hat stacking" contest is a great way to motivate students to read.

5 pages. Use this Seuss-inspired Lucky Ducky Writing Prompt poster, as a jump start for making a class book or March Is Reading Month bulletin board.

3 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3 A fun game for your Seuss-themed activities. Students make their analog cat clock and add digital time stripes to their hat by rolling dice.

1 page. 4 bookmarks to print and give to your students as a special surprise in or on their desks, or use as reading incentives.
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