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February 2018

Dr. Seuss Themed Center Activities


One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish! My students love when I create themed center activities based on a topic, unit, or holiday. When planning center activities, I want centers that allow my students to work independently and are engaging, effective, and easy to implement. Here are 7 Dr. Seuss™ themed activities that are perfect for your reading and math centers!

Also, be sure to check out my Cat in the Hat Vowels Bulletin Board and my Horton Hears a Who Door Decoration to carry this theme over to your classroom decor!

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Horton Hears a Who Door Decoration

Whether you are planning for a door decorating contest or browsing ideas for your Dr. Seuss themed classroom, this Horton Hears a Who door decoration is the perfect addition to any classroom! All across the country, schools are kicking off National Reading Month by decorating their doors with various themes from their favorite children’s stories and authors.

This Horton Hears a Who door decoration is a great reminder that “A person’s a person no matter how small!”

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Cat in the Hat Vowels Bulletin Board

March is always my favorite time of the year! I love reading The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss to my students and decorating my classroom with the whimsical characters found created by Dr. Seuss! March is the time of the year when teachers from all across the country are decorating their classrooms and doors with themes from their favorite books, characters, or authors!

This Dr. Seuss vowel bulletin board will get your students excited about reading and learning their vowels, too! Find out how

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