Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geissel's) birthday is March 1st. In my opinion he was one of the most creative minds the world has ever known. I was in awe of his word magic as a child and still sit spell bound when his rhymes are read aloud. Every March 1st children and word-lovers everywhere honor him by enjoying his works together.
Here are some fun ways you can incorporate some Dr. Seuss into your homeschool day. Do a little or go all out.
If you want to research him start with his Amazon Biography Page, and then see if you can get the book The Boy on Fairfield Streetat the library. it is one of the best book biographies of Theodore Geissel for the younger crowd that I have read.
Free Dr. Seuss Resources
Dr. Seuss Activities by A Day in Candiland
Preschool Activities for Dr. Seuss Day from Fun-a-Day
Dr. Seuss DIY hat and dress and free printable quotes from World Wide Mom
Oh, the Places You'll Go Printable by World for Learning
Free Dr. Seuss Biography Timeline Printable by Teachers Pay Teachers
LOTS of free Dr. Seuss themed printables, too many to mention them all by To the Moon and Back
More Dr. Seuss themed free printables by Free Homeschool Deals
500 Activities and Crafts for Dr. Seuss Day by Ashley Pichea
20 Math Activities Inspired by Dr. Seuss by Inspiration Laboratory
Dr. Seuss Party Games by Mad in Crafts
Add to Ten Coloring by Number Free from Teachers Pay Teachers
Dr. Seuss Book and Apparel lists – great to find titles to request at the library!
And don't forget to follow our Dr. Seuss Day Pinterest Board for more great ideas!
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