Dr. Seuss Unit and a Freebie!

It's almost Valentine's Day and all I can think about is Dr. Seuss! That's because I spent the whole weekend creating my Dr. Seuss unit and it's finally finished! Does anybody else sometimes spend way too much time on the little details that no one but you will notice? That's me, and the reason for my lack of sleep most nights! It is hard to believe I am even preparing anything for March, but I am happy to see winter flying by. You can get the 53 page unit at my Teachers Pay Teachers store. I am also posting a freebie Dr. Seuss item- a Seusstastic Stew recipe and a reading award! You can download that below or at my store.
The unit includes plenty of educational fun for kindergarteners or first graders (depending on the level of your kiddos. Many of the activities I created to align with new Kindergarten and First Grade Common Core Standards.

Literacy/ELA:

  • Cats poem printable for kids with rhyming word patterns (2 to a page)
  • Cats poem poster for your classroom
  • Making Words with "Happy Birthday" poster
  • Making Words with "Happy Birthday" recording sheet
  • Silent/Bossy E and CVC Word sorting game
  • Silent/Bossy E and CVC Word sorting mats
  • Cat in the Hat Crossword Puzzle
  • Word Family Activity pages (one page for each of the following word families, 5 activities total): -at -et -ock -un -all
  • Green Eggs and Ham Nonsense Word Game
Math:

  • Less Than/Greater Than Number Sorts
  • One Fish, Two FIsh Graphing Activity
  • Thing 1 Addition Practice Activity (Facts 1-9)
  • Thing 2 Subtraction Practice Activity (Facts 1-9)
  • I Have Who Has? Math Game Facts 1-10 (Addition and Subtraction Facts)

Just for Fun:
Includes 4 printables with Dr. Seuss quotes for your classroom walls or bulletin boards!

Here is a sneak peak of some of the goodies in my unit! Click on the preview to view it in my store.



To download the Recipe and Reading Award FREEBIE, click on the preview below!



Whew! That's all for my Seuss updates. Next week we have our February break here in Western New York. How does your school break up your vacations? When I was a kid we had two weeks for spring break. Now we have one week for spring break and one week in February. I am off to Nashville for the week! I can't wait!

8 comments

  1. I'm your newest follower...I'd love to feature you on next weeks "new blog on the block" posts...look out for it soon :)

    Color Me Kinder

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  2. This looks fantastic! Just added your unit to my cart on TPT! Congrats on such wonderful work!

    Melanie

    First Grade Brain Sprinkles

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  3. Thank you Melanie!!! You are so sweet! I hope you enjoy it. Let me know if you need anything else to put it to use in your classroom. I would be happy to help!

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  4. We are so glad you found our blog and entered our giveaway!!! We are your newest follower and so excited to see your fabulous ideas! You have such a cute blog!

    ~ Katie and Rebecca
    First Grade ABCs

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  5. I am new to blogging and I love your blog! I purchased your Dr. Seuss unit and had a great time with all of your literacy activities. Thank you!

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