Feb 25, 2017
On 2/25/17, Lulu wrote:
> The Lorax is a great book to use to lead into discussions of
> recycling, environmentalism, and global citizenship. The kids
> create art from recycled goods, plant trees, make posters
> encouraging recycling...
> On 2/25/17, Flacka wrote:
>> "Horton Hears a Who" would lead to good discussions
>> how we treat other people, and listening to what others say.
>> For a craft project you could have them make a headband
>> elephant ears to remind them to listen and hear what
>> In reality, you can use Dr. Seuss across the board and use
>> of his books for every subject. We used to do that and it
>> lot of fun for the kids and they were exposed to a number of
>> books. We incorporated math (counting, patterning, or
>> addition depending on the book), writing - adding their own
>> verse to "Green Eggs and Ham" as to where they would
>> read a book, "Cat in the Hat" - following directions, making
>> good choices, not opening the door to strangers, reading -
>> book to talk about rhyming words and generating lists of
>> rhyming words.
>> On 2/25/17, JTeach1 wrote:
>>> I'm student teaching in a Kindergarten classroom, and I
>>> wanted know how I can integrate Dr.Seuss into my
>>> Science/Social Studies block. I want to complete a
>>> directed drawing activity & complete some crafts related
>>> to the different books. Would reading a Dr.Seuss book
>>> and completing a craft work as a lesson? How can I still
>>> integrate information on Theodor Seuss Geisel
>>> (Dr.Seuss) so that the lesson is more than just completing
>>> a craft. Any ideas/suggestions on how to integrate Dr.
>>> Seuss would be greatly appreciated!!!
I did a science experiment last year after reading Bartholomew
and the Oobleck.. The idea and resources came from
Mrs.ricca at kindergartenblogspot.com