Every year in March, schools throughout the country celebrate the birth of Dr. Seuss (he was born on March 2, 1904). A day full of literature, reading, and writing celebrates his enduring contribution to children’s learning since his first books were published in the 1950s.
Bring his instantly recognizable characters and lyrical rhymes into your classroom to set the mood for this special day.
Horton, Yertle the Turtle, Thing 1 and Thing 2, those never satisfied Sneetches, and of course the Cat in the Hat are all in stock at Teaching & Learning Stuff. You can order online or come into the store to pick up some new additions to your own Seussical collection.
If you’re looking for a fun activity, check out our previous blog post Read Across America with Dr. Seuss.
Take a look at some of the newest Dr. Seuss products:
Posters and Activities Enhance Learning
Looking for an Easy Fun Reading Activity for Read Across America Day?
- Put each student’s name on a Cat in the Hat Paper Cut-Out
- Hang all of the hats in a row on one of your bulletin boards. (Easiest bulletin board ever!)
- Cut some strips of red and white construction paper so they’re ready for the students
- As each student finishes a book, add a paper-chain link under their hat.
- See how many links you can hang by March 2.
Borders to Go With (and Around) Everything
Remember to Pick up Your Cat Hats!
These are just some of the newest items. For our full Dr. Seuss product line, visit the store.