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Chad Boender


What should I have the students do when they finish an assignment or activity early? This is a question often asked by teachers. An easy solution is to have the students read, but wouldn’t it be nice to have activities that students can easily manage and complete independently with easy clean up? Of course! These activities can be easily stored in a Clear Storage Pouch Set or placed on a Cool Craft Tray. Plus, all of these materials can be easily wiped clean to ensure the safety of all students! So ease your mind with these 10 early finishers classroom activities. This will ensure that you are not scrambling to find something meaningful for students to complete when they are finished with their work!


Ten Frame Dough Counting Mats

Every child loves playing with Neon Dynamite Dough! This activity is great for focusing on counting, number recognition and fine motor skills! Students will use the Ten Frame Mats and Neon Dynamite Dough to fill in each ten frame with the number represented on each card. The bright and colorful pictures that correspond with each number keep students engaged and focused. The ten frame mats are printed on laminated card stock. This allows for easy cleaning between each use.


Unifix Cubes Number Hat Activity

Learning can be so much fun with this Unifix Cubes Number Hat Activity! This activity is perfect for counting, comparing, and number recognition. Students will enjoy labeling the stacks of Unifix Cubes with the correct number. It is also great for comparing numbers using the vocabulary words greater than or less than. Students will be able to visually see the difference when looking at the height of each cube to compare each number.


Wonderful Wood Alphabet Lacing Beads

These Wonderful Wood Alphabet Lacing Beads are a great way to improve letter recognition and to build automaticity. Tie a knot on one end of the provided shoelace. Decide which letters your students are struggling with or need extra practice with. String the letters onto your shoelace in random order and tie a knot on the other end. Be sure to leave some extra room so your students can move the letter cubes from one end of the string to the other.


Say It, Build It, Write It: Dry Erase Sheets

These Say It, Build It, Write It: Dry Erase Sheets are great for practicing word work. Word work allows students to explore the spellings and/or meanings of words. It also helps build automaticity when focusing on sight words, too! Students will enjoy using Plastic Magnetic Letters to build each word, and then practice writing the word with a dry erase marker and a mini dry erase eraser.


Ten Frame Tray and Counter Activity

These Ten Frame Trays will help your students develop a concrete understanding of the concept of ten and patterning. It also makes one-to-one placement simple for your little learners. For this activity, students will roll a 10 Sided Dice and fill their ten frame tray with Cupcake Counters. To differentiate this activity, provide students with two, Ten Frame Trays and a 20 Sided Dice to practice numbers 1-20. For an extension, have students practice writing the number they rolled on a mini dry erase board.


Rainbow Craft Sticks Letter Matching

Rainbow Craft Sticks are not just for making children’s crafts. They are actually an excellent resource for creating your own educational activities that are easy, inexpensive and versatile! To create this activity, use a Sharpie® Fine Point Permanent Marker to write on each rainbow craft stick. Students will love matching uppercase letters to lowercase letters, building their own words or building sight words with these rainbow craft sticks!


Melissa & Doug® Pattern Blocks & Boards Puzzles

Pattern blocks are a great tool for building spatial reasoning, as well as shape recognition. This Melissa & Doug® Pattern Blocks & Boards Puzzle allows students to explore patterning, sorting and symmetry. This activity is also perfect for practicing matching or color recognition. Your students will love working independently and exploring their imagination to create their own mosaic. The wooden tray allows students to easily store all the board puzzles and pattern blocks for easy cleanup.


Letter Formation Sand Tray Activity

Practicing letters and sounds with a Letter Formation Sand Tray is both fun and engaging, and it is great for early learners, too. This hands-on activity is perfect for reviewing letters or letter formations, or it can be used as a reward after students have finished completing all of their work. In this activity, students will use a Learning How to Write Alphabet Flip Chart to help students learn how to form each letter in their letter formation sand tray. This will ensure that all students are properly forming each letter as they complete this early finishers independent activity.


Black Top-Loading Dry Erase Pockets

These top-loading dry erase sleeves and black dry erase markers are a perfect way to practice any concept or skill without wasting paper. Just place your sheet inside the pocket, and voila! You have a reusable mat that your students can easily wipe clean. Plus, their reusability means fewer copies. Talk about a huge paper-saver. You can find a number of FREE printables on Fun365 that are perfect for using in these top-loading dry erase sleeves!


Practice Tracing Cards

Tracing lines is just one way of helping children get ready to write. These Getting Ready to Write Dry Erase Practice Cards are perfect for developing fine motor skills. Students will love using a dry erase marker to complete each card. Plus, each card has a different theme with a variety of silly twirls, zigzags, curves, and shapes to trace! When children have the ability to trace, copy, and write lines, shapes, and patterns, they are ready to learn how to form letters.SHOP IT!


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. One of my favorite childhood authors is Dr. Seuss™, and one of my favorite books to read to my students is Oh, the Places You’ll Go. This Dr. Seuss™ themed door decoration is a great way to showcase many classroom accomplishments throughout the month of March, or any time of year. Let’s grab our supplies and get started! 

I used this Eureka® Dr. Seuss Oh the Places You’ll Go Vertical Banner as inspiration and the focal point for my Dr. Seuss themed door decoration. I started designing the door by adding Fadeless® Art Paper Roll in brite blue to the back of the classroom door.

After covering the door with paper, I bordered the door with Loop-de-Loop Bulletin Board Borders. This gave the door a whimsical feel and framed the door nicely. Let’s start working on our DIY pom-pom garland for the top of our door!

This DIY pom-pom garland is fun, easy to make, and adds a touch of color and dimension to your Dr. Seuss themed door decoration. The only supplies you’ll need to create this garland is: yarn, pom-pom makers, paper straws, fishing line (or some type of twine) and scissors. I used Neon Yarn and the Pom-Pom-Makers to create the pom-poms for the garland. You can find out how to make these pom-poms HERE. I also loved the colors on The Very Hungry Caterpillar Paper Straws. I thought these would add a nice touch to the garland and would help separate each pom-pom. String each pom-pom onto fishing line or other twine using a large needle. Adhere the garland to the door using hot glue or tape.

Tape the Eureka® Dr. Seuss Oh the Places You’ll Go Vertical Banner onto the door using Mavalus® Tape. I placed the vertical banner in the middle of the door as the focal point when you enter the classroom.

I added some final touches to this fun and colorful display by including elements from the Dr. Seuss Oh the Places You’ll Go Bulletin Board Set. The Dr. Seuss balloon and cloud cutouts help tie everything together on your classroom door. The cutouts are the perfect addition to fill any empty space that you may have and give your classroom door a pop of color.

Personalizing your door decoration is so easy with these Dr. Seuss Oh the Places You’ll Go Cutouts. These cutouts were the perfect way to acknowledge students for their hard work as they accomplish their reading goals throughout the month of March.

These DIY pom-pom truffula trees are so fun and add dimension to your door decoration. The only supplies you’ll need to create these truffula trees include: yarn, pom-pom makers, paper straws and scissors. I used Neon Yarn and the Pom-Pom-Makers to create the pom-poms for the truffula trees. You can find out how to make these pom-poms HERE. I also loved the bright colors on The Very Hungry Caterpillar Paper Straws. I used the straws as the base of each truffula tree. Cut each straw to the desired length prior to adhering them to your door decoration. Use a Surebonder® Cool Shot Glue Gun to adhere your paper straws and truffula tree to your door decoration.

Now your door is complete! Stand back, admire your work and get students excited to read! Looking for more Dr. Seuss inspired classroom decor? Get the step-by-step tutorial to make your own Thing One and Thing Two Bulletin Board to help students practice addition!


Art is a creative expression that allows students to grow and create. It also encompasses so many of the developmental domains that are important for children of all ages. Creating a space that allows students to express their creativity through art is easy. This Crayola® Maker Space is perfect for students to create crafts, projects, or art using a variety of Crayola® products. This space will help foster young minds to think in innovative ways and to make magnificent works of art. 

A maker space is a great way to engage your students in hands-on learning through making. I started creating my maker space by decorating one of my classroom bulletin boards using Fadeless® School Doodles Bulletin Board Paper. This paper encompasses the free-spirited art enthusiasts that love to doodle on everything! I outlined my bulletin board with Crayola® Bulletin Board Borders and added Jumbo Crayola® Classroom Cutouts to it. Lastly, I added a fun and colorful title to my bulletin board using Crayola® Bulletin Board Letters & Numbers.

Now that we have the backdrop of our maker space put together, it’s time to start organizing all of your Crayola® supplies! I started organizing my maker space by dividing up my 16-Crayola® Crayon Classpack® into some Mini Galvanized Metal Pails. These galvanized pails are perfect storage solutions since your students can bring them back to their seats while working.

When creating a maker space, I wanted to display paint in a fun and organized way; however, I did not want my students to be able to reach it. Let’s face it, paint can get messy! I used a White Ceramic Cake Stand to display my Crayola® Washable Paint Assortment. I also added a Crayola® Bulletin Board Border around the outer edge of the cake stand to tie everything together. Plus, these Round Paint Palettes hold the paint perfectly and make your work area mess-free and organized for your students. If you are looking for a mess-free alternative for your students to be able to paint independently without the fear of getting paint all over themselves or on their clothes, I highly recommend using Crayola®’s No Drip Paintbrush Pens. These paint pens help bring imaginations to life without the mess of traditional painting activities.

The most important part of creating an efficient maker space is to effectively store all of your supplies and materials in a convenient and organized way. I used a storage cube that I purchased from a local craft store to house all of my craft and art supplies in. Inside the storage unit, I used Unfinished Wood Slat Crates and Paint Bucket Favor Containers to organize my Crayola® art supplies and activities. I labeled each container using Crayola® Name Tags/Labels. I added 8-Color Crayola® 8 Pc. Multicultural Colors CrayonsCrayola® Pip-Squeaks, Washable Wacky Tips Markers30-Color Crayola® Twistables Colored Pencils, and Crayola® Metallic Colored Pencils into the paint bucket containers for my students to use.

One thing to always keep in mind when creating a maker space is that you always want most of your art supplies and activities to be easily accessible to your students so they can create whatever they want. One of my favorite Crayola® items that I always allow my students to use whenever they want to express themselves is the 6-Color Crayola® Dough Resealable Buckets. This dough is perfect for your students to mold, manipulate, or transform into something amazing! Plus, the resealable buckets keep the dough fresh and ready to use each time! I covered each of my tables with a Yellow Plastic Tablecloth for easy cleanup, too! We all know how important that is!

After you have all of your supplies organized and easily accessible to your students, it’s important to think about what activities you want your students to participate in. I like to provide a Crayola® My Great Ideas Box Craft Kit so my students can brainstorm ideas for their next creation. These idea boxes are a handy place for your students to store all of their ideas.

Whether your students are doodling, drawing a superhero, or illustrating a book, they will love using this Wooden Tabletop Paper Roll Dispenser to express themselves! Your students can also use these Crayola® Notepads to draw out their ideas, too! Plus, my students love using the Crayola® Pencil Cases to bring various art supplies and materials back to their seats during indoor recess. This is a great alternative if you want the whole class or a small group to work on a project without sitting at the maker space.

Providing your students with a variety of fun and engaging activities at your maker space is important. Some of my students’ favorite activities and supplies include the Color Your Own Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” CrownsColor Your Own Mermaid CrownsColor Your Own Cool Doodle BookmarksDIY Unfinished Wood Heart Cutouts, and DIY Spring Bug Watercolor Shapes.


Imagine walking into a classroom that has been transformed into a science lab! This classroom transformation is one way to keep your students engaged in learning and is also a great way to promote STEAM in the classroom! It is important to engage and support students in STEAM activities even at a young age. After all, the games, toys, and activities that children participate in are what mold a child’s interests. This can greatly impact a child and even their future career goals. It’s time to make your students feel like real scientists and explore various STEAM-related activities! Let’s grab our lab coats and safety glasses and get experimenting!

I used the Science Lab VBS Design-a-Room Background as the backdrop for my transformation. Simply tape or staple the backdrop to a wall or bulletin board to give your classroom a science lab vibe. Outline your backdrop with STEM Gears Bulletin Board Borders and add these bright and colorful STEM Robots & Gears Posters to your backdrop. I covered two tables with a Science Party Plastic Tablecloth and added a Science Party Wall Cutout and Color Brick Fringe Table Skirt to the larger table. Decorate your tables with this Science Party Table Decor Kit. I love adding cardboard stand-ups, large cutouts or inflatables to a classroom themed activity. This is a great way to make your students feel like they are truly in a real science lab. The Jumbo Inflatable Science Lab VBS Robot and Giant Robot Cutout definitely add a special touch to the classroom!

Your students will feel like true scientists with these Kid’s Scientist VestsKids’ Construction Costume Glasses, and Kids’ Construction Hats. These high quality costumes can be used year after year with your students, and your students will look great in them too!

These handy classroom STEM Journals are a great tool to help students record their progress when completing any STEM project! The journals help my students think critically and problem solve when conducting any STEM experiment. Each journal features the engineering design process: ask, imagine, plan, create, improve. I love these journals because they are perfect for all grade levels! Use these Gear Pencil Cases to hold your official scientist Gear Print Pencils and Gear Erasers too!

This hands-on STEM Maze Activity is a fun way for students to practice their problem-solving skills through designing and constructing a maze successfully. I love watching my students work together and communicate with one another to successfully move the wooden ball from one end of the maze to the other. Your students can use one of the pre-printed mats to build one of the pre-made mazes, or they can use the blank side to create their own maze! The possibilities are endless!

The Learning Resources® Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set helps introduce STEM concepts in a fun, hands-on way. Students will love working together to successfully code their robot mouse from to move from one end of the maze to the other. The colorful buttons on the mouse match the coding cards so they can build their sequencing skills and translate that into STEM skills.

Help students strengthen their geometry, fine motor, engineering, building and conceptual learning skills with this Junior Architect Blocks & Plans Set. The double-sided prompt cards provide students with a blueprint of what they must create using the extremely durable plastic blocks. Your students will love working together to build each shape or they can even build a shape of their own!

Challenge your students to make predictions and create their own experiments with this Learning Resources® Primary Science Deluxe Lab Set. Using primary color food dye, my students loved mixing colors to make other colors. This science kit provides students with a variety of fun and hands-on science experiments for your students to complete in the classroom.

If you are looking for hands-on STEAM activities engineered for learning fun then you need to check out these DIY STEAM Transportation Kits. With enough crafts for the entire class, students can decorate and build a car, boat or plane and then test their finished kit. Whether it’s a group, individual or partner project, these kits serve as an engaging way for students to understand how to successfully construct a car, boat or plane, and then make it go. Plus, your students will love decorating their boat, car, or plane to their liking, too! I hope you’ve been inspired to create a science lab worth exploring in your own classroom!


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! Click here to also find out how I created a Dr. Seuss-themed door decoration for my classroom!

I used the Dr. Seuss Giant Cat in the Hat Bulletin Board Set as the focal point of my Dr. Seuss themed bulletin board. This bulletin board is a cute and simple way to help brighten up the classroom and encourages students to learn their vowels!

I started by laying down Fadeless® Weathered Wood Paper Roll for my background. I outlined my bulletin board with Red Chevron Bulletin Board Border and overlapped it with The Cat in the Hat® Bulletin Board Border. I created the phrase, “What is the Vowel?” using Dr. Seuss® Bulletin Board Letters in red/white striped and black. I also sewed together a red and blue paint chip circle garland to add to the top of my bulletin board.

Add vowel buckets to your Dr. Seuss bulletin board by decorating Mini Red & White Striped Popcorn Boxes with Dr. Seuss® Washi Tape and Dr. Seuss® Cat in the Hat® Theme Stickers. I labeled each bin with one of the five vowels using a Dr. Seuss® the Cat in The Hat® Bulletin Board Cutout and letters from Dr. Seuss® Black Bulletin Board Letters & Numbers.

Using a black permanent marker, write CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words on Paint Chip Circles. Your students will then be able to pick out a paint chip circle from a bucket, read the word, and identify the vowel.

Students must then write the word in their Dr. Seuss Color Me Memo Books and place it in the correct vowel bucket on the bulletin board. This hands-on and interactive activity is great for vowel identification and CVC writing practice! Your students will also love learning their vowels while wearing these Dr. Seuss® Hats! So, the next time you’re planning on changing your bulletin board, create an interactive, hands-on bulletin board that your students will learn from and enjoy!


I love reading Dr. Seuss books to my students and decorating my classroom with his whimsical characters! 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 Thing 1 and Thing 2 Addition Bulletin Board will get your students excited about solving addition sentences while improving their addition fluency, too.

I used the Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat Jointed Cutouts for inspiration when creating my Dr. Seuss Thing One and Thing Two themed bulletin board. I love how large these cutouts are, and how vibrant the colors are. These cutouts are bold and can be used as the focal point of any Dr. Seuss themed bulletin board.

I started designing my bulletin board with Pacon® Fadeless® Art Aqua Classic Dots Paper Roll as my background. I outlined my bulletin board with Dr. Seuss Wide Bulletin Board Border and I overlapped it with Dr. Seuss Thing 1 & 2 Bulletin Board Border. I created the phrase, “What’s the Sum?” using Black Dr. Seuss Bulletin Board Letters overlapped with Dr. Seuss Striped Bulletin Board Letters. I also added a Red Tassel Garland to the top of my bulletin board for some texture and to make the bulletin board pop!

Storage is always a plus when creating an interactive bulletin board. I decorated a DIY Unfinished Wood Planter Box using Red Washi Tape and Dr. Seuss Character Bulletin Board Cutouts. I adhered the cutouts to the unfinished wood planter box using Glue Dots. Lastly, I filled the unfinished wood planter box with Medium Galvanized Metal Pails. These galvanized metal pails make it easy for your students to store and clean-up Thing 1 and Thing 2 cutout addition sentences.

Using a black permanent marker, write addition sentences on the back of Thing 1 Bulletin Board Cutouts. I adhered the cutouts to Red and Turquoise Paper Straws using hot glue. Your students will pick out a Thing 1 cutout from the DIY Unfinished Wood Planter Box, read and solve the addition sentence, and identify the sum.

Add Dr. Seuss Paper Dessert Plates to your bulletin board and adhere or staple Mini White Popcorn Boxes on top of each plate. Add a Thing 1 Bulletin Board Cutout onto each Mini White Popcorn Box. I labeled each bin with American Crafts Thickers 3D Black Glitter Number Stickers.

After identifying the sum, students will place their Thing 1 Bulletin Board Cutouts into the corresponding popcorn box. Writing improves memory recall! I had my students use Dr. Seuss Color Me Memo Books to write each addition sentence and record the sum.

Your students will love practicing their addition facts while wearing these Thing One Hair Hats! So, the next time you’re planning on changing your bulletin board, create an interactive, hands-on bulletin board that your students will enjoy! Looking for more Dr. Seuss inspired classroom decor? Check out how to make an Oh The Places You’ll Go Door here

Back to School Silly Hats

It is back-to-school season which means it is time to start preparing for the upcoming school year.  I am teaming up with Fiskars to provide you with a fun and engaging beginning of the school year silly alphabet hats craft! Your students will love making these silly hats as they learn or review the alphabet.

Silly Hats & ABCs are perfect for :
•Beginning of the year introduction to the alphabet and beginning sounds
•Teachers wanting a fun and creative way to teach the alphabet
•Reinforcing letter sounds
•Adding a craft activity into your daily lessons
•End of the year alphabet countdown
•Most importantly, giving your students a fun and engaging experience while they learn!

Please note that I am partnering with Fiskars and am compensated for my work. I received product free of charge, but all thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

Fiskars scissors makes this back-to-school craft both fun and safe for my kindergarten students! Be sure to check out all educational products that Fiskars has to offer by Clicking Here. Let’s grab our supplies and let’s get started!

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This Silly Hats & ABCs craft pack is filled with 52 silly hats for your students to color and assemble. I appreciate that there are two differentiated silly hats for each letter. Your students will love coloring them, too!

After your students finish coloring each silly hat to their liking, they can cut out each silly alphabet hat with these awesome Color Change Pointed-tip Kids Scissors (5″). Yes, you read that correctly, COLOR CHANGING! The heat-activated color-changing handle will make your students excited to cut each silly hat as it changes from purple to blue!

My favorite part of these scissors is that it accommodates both right- and left-handed users. It also has safety-edge blades with a safer blade angle that protects kids while cutting all classroom materials.

Check out that color-changing handle! After your students finish cutting out their alphabet hat, assemble any necessary parts and adhere with a glue stick.

Staple each alphabet silly hat to a sentence strip. These silly alphabet hats are also perfectly paired with ABC Bootcamp. Be sure to check out all of the products that Fiskars has to offer and the cactus, flower, watermelon, and pineapple craft that I created for Fiskars!

Celebrate Learning Classroom Reveal

“Celebrate Learning is a versatile collection that can be paired with other classroom themes and décor, or used by itself. With vibrant, vivid colors, this collection adds a warm touch to any classroom atmosphere while still focusing on the joys of learning and teaching!”

If you’re looking for a fun, colorful, and vibrant classroom decor line, then the Celebrate Learning décor line from Carson Dellosa is the perfect collection for you! Please note that I am partnering with Carson Dellosa and I received product free of charge, but all thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

Add a colorful touch to classroom displays, message boards, bulletin boards, and more with the Celebrate Learning décor line. Make every day easier by creating a stylish, organized classroom that motivates and inspires.

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Check out all the products in the Celebrate Learning décor line!

Spring Fling 2018 with ESGI & Friends: Classroom Assessments

As the end of the school year approaches, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with the amount of curriculum that we, as teachers, must cover by the end of the school year. However, I know what makes me even more overwhelmed… the number of assessments that I must complete for report cards and the amount of time it takes. Can you relate?

As teachers, we spend countless hours assessing our students throughout the school year. We often assess our students to find out whether the child has mastered the objective or to use our data to differentiate our instruction through small groups or one-on-one instruction. However, when I found ESGI Software, it made assessing my students a breeze!

What is ESGI Software?

ESGI is the simplest, easiest to use assessment platform for conducting one-on-one assessments for emergent and non-readers. This software allows me to store all my student assessment data in one place, and it’s super easy to get started. Simply head on over to and use the promo code MaleKTeacher to get a FREE trial until August 31st! However, it gets even better – keep reading!

ESGI Software can be used on a variety of devices such as: an iPhone, laptop, desktop computer, or iPad! It’s so easy to setup your account and to add your students. My favorite part is that you can even create your own tests that align with your curriculum or a particular standard you are focusing on!

I love using an iPad to assess my students. It’s easy to carry around the classroom and it makes assessing my students on the go simple and easy! Want to try out ESGI Software for FREE until August 31st? Click Here!

A big part of my classroom is student ownership. I want my students to take ownership of their learning, to make goals, and to celebrate their accomplishments. After completing an assessment, a pie graph shows up indicating how the child did on the assessment. I love talking with my students about how they are doing and have them make goals for the next time I assess them. From this screen it is easy to print flashcards that my students can use to practice the skills or concepts that I just assessed.

As teachers, we know parent communication in the classroom defines the learning process, and it is necessary to communicate in order to influence learning. One of my favorite tools about ESGI is the parent letter and report! This letter shows the parents what they need to specifically work on at home and the letter is automatically generated after each assessment. Simply print out the letter, attach the flashcards, and send it home with each student.

2018 ESGI Spring Fling Giveaway

ESGI is offering an amazing deal and giveaway to new trial members until May 15! Want to win some amazing prizes by signing up for a FREE trial of ESGI Software? Just head on over to and use the code MKTeacher and you’re entered to win the following:

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Happy Assessing,

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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