Linky up to Dr. Seuss week in preschool

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I have seen so many wonderful activities this past week related to Dr. Seuss Birthday Week that I can just barely keep up. I was hoping that if you have a preschool related blog post about a favorite Dr. Seuss book, that you would link up here!

The students at our school have been busy with Dr. Seuss week…

The children have been listening to the many stories written by Dr. Seuss and expanding on those stories through art, math, cooking, science, and play…

As I walk around the classrooms and see so many activities based on children’s books – I get all excited!

What a wonderful thing to be able to connect children’s literature through all content areas of the classroom…

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Brain Insight recently posted a list of ideas and shared how using Dr. Seuss books can help support brain development…

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If you have ideas to share, I would love to have you linky up here. I would like to keep this a resource of ideas for next year…

 

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This is a photo shared on Teach Preschool of a really cute Cat in the Hat shared with me by Karen Ellis Harrington! I love it!

Please linky up your Dr. Seuss preschool activity or ideas below!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

Every time I think I know everything I need to know about teaching young children, God says, "Hold on a minute!" and gives me a new challenge.

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