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A Dr. Seuss Booktable

with teaching and learning activities for primary classrooms!



Click on Laura's fox in socks to go to teacher resources I used to develop this unit!


Dr. Seuss' books have been winners with young children for over 50 years and many of them are familiar to students--so as first graders begin a school year, they immediately feel successful as beginning readers! He was an amazing man--writing many diverse kinds of books. He could write limited vocabulary books (The Cat in the Hat) as well as books with more obvious moral messages (The Lorax) as well as books with incredible fantasy (And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street)! He also wrote books for adults like You're Only Old Once!

Clicking on the book title below will take you to my book entry, the activities done with it in my classroom, and some interesting trivia about each book we used.

The latest additions to the booktable were added in February, 1998.

But watch for more, as I'm now (1998) doing Dr. Seuss with fourth graders. . . . . .

 

And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

 

The Cat In The Hat

 

Thidwick, The Big Hearted Moose

 

The Cat In The Hat Comes Back

 

The Foot Book

 

The Shape Of Me And Other Stuff

The 500 Hats Of Bartholomew Cubbins

 

Fox In Socks

If I Ran The Zoo

 

Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?

Scrambled Eggs Super

 

Wacky Wednesday

Green Eggs And Ham

 

Bartholomew And The Oobleck

Horton Hatches the Egg

 

Horton Hears A Who

 

Oh, The Places You'll Go

 

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

 

If I Ran The Circus

 

On Beyond Zebra

 

The Sneetches

 

Yertle The Turtle and Other Stories

 

Daisy Head Maysie

 

The Butter Battle Book

 

The Lorax