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Read Across America Day

by Jill & Cathy on February 17, 2013

Read Across America Day celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday is Saturday, March 2nd.  This year many preschoolers will be celebrating this day on Friday, March 1st.  We have created some activities to help get you started with your celebration.

A Person’s a Person, No Matter How Small  Take a picture and glue it to the middle.  The parent’s of your youngest students will think this is so sweet!

My Favorite Dr. Seuss Book   After sharing many books, have students draw a picture to show their favorite.  This will make a great classroom display with little work from you!

I Can Read…   After reading The Cat in the Hat, have students make their own Read Across America class book.   Instead of “I can eat them in a…” studens will write their own page to the book sharing where they can read.

Dr. Seuss Bookmarks   Print and laminate these bookmarks for a fun treat!

If you teach older children, you might like our activities on our main site for elementary students:

Do you begin your day with green eggs and ham or have your students wear their pajamas?  Let us know how you celebrate!

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