Freebie Friday ~ Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss

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Green Eggs and Ham

GREEN EGGS AND HAM

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Celebrate the new year with us and Dr Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham! New year, new things, new foods to taste. What do you think of Sam I Am and green eggs and ham?

green eggs and ham_scrambled sight words from kindergarten kupcakes on Teachers Pay Teachers
Green Eggs and Ham
This product was developed to facilitate understandings about some high frequency words from the classic story. Learners will examine the numbered stimulus cards (eggs), “unscramble” the word, and locate/match it to the corresponding card (ham) having the correct spelling. 20 word/stimulus cards in full color. An optional blackline recording sheet has been included in the download. Recommendation: print the stimulus items on cardstock and laminate to increase durability. Total of 7 pages in secure PDF.

Green Eggs and Ham Math Center FREEBIE from Teach from the heART on Teachers Pay Teachers
Green Eggs and Ham
Need something quick and easy for your first or second graders? Grab this adorable green eggs and ham freebie; perfect for Dr. Seuss birthday month!

Green Eggs and Ham Secret Code Printable from Lesson Machine on Teachers Pay Teachers
Green Eggs and Ham
This secret code printable with companion answer key features story words from the Dr. Suess title Green Eggs and Ham.

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Green Eggs and Ham
Here are some free printable worksheets you can use with kids to help them with rhyming, cutting and matching. I also made some blank eggs so you can make up your own activity. Remember to print it on green paper to make your Green Eggs.

Green Eggs and Ham Worksheet from twistynoodle
Green Eggs and Ham
Customizable Worksheet

Green Eggs and Ham Class Book Activity fromKindergarten Works
Green Eggs and Ham
Celebrate Dr. Seuss books and the fun of reading with this activity for kindergarten. Create a class book that records whether or not students like green eggs and ham.

Green eggs sight words hunt from Planes and Balloons
Green Eggs and Ham
The week of Dr. Seuss birthday is just a month away. Get ready for the festive celebration with this Green Eggs and Ham inspired sight words activity. All kids will know what color to make these eggs for sure!

Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham Bingo from I Dig Pinterest
Green Eggs and Ham
We own the entire collection of Dr. Seuss books. My kids love them and request to read them all the time. One of their most-loved selections is Green Eggs and Ham.

Possibly because they can relate pretty personally to the story line of pickiness and not wanting to try new things.

Would You Eat It? A Green Eggs & Ham Activity | Free Printable from Sunny Day Family
Green Eggs and Ham
We were re-reading Green Eggs & Ham when I realized that I could use Sam I Am’s antics to encourage my boys to try out some new foods. And it worked! No nagging involved – just a fun, interactive way to encourage them to sample something new and to voice their honest opinion on it in a safe, supportive way.

Where Are My Green Eggs? An easy reader SHAPE booklet from Classroom Freebies
Green Eggs and Ham
A quick, easy and fun way to review 2D shapes with Seuss’s green eggs.

Students read the simple sentences, circle the capital letters and add end punctuation. They also trace & write the shape word, trace and draw the shape and then color the egg yolks green.

FREE Printable Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham Maze from HaleGrafx
Green Eggs and Ham
Sam I am wants everyone to try green eggs and ham! Here is a free printable Dr. Seuss maze activity for kids with a Green Eggs and Ham theme. By making your way through this maze you will help Sam I am get back to his green eggs and ham. That way Sam I am can start convincing people once again that they need to try them in a box or with a fox or on a train or in the rain.

Beginning Sound Upper/Lowercase Matching Fun from Making Learning Fun
Green Ham
Print, cut and laminate. You can use them as a matching activity or you can play a version of memory game. Flip in the yolks over. Hand out
the whites. Take turns turning over the yolks until you find a match.

Where have I been?! from Teaching with Mrs Tice
Green and Ham
…But in between all those fun adventures searching all over town I did manage to put together a bunch of roll a picture stations and compile them into a packet. Plus, since everything has turned all Seuss-y I made a roll a Seuss picture as well. Grab your free copy here…

Dr Seuss Printables from PreK Fun
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Green Eggs and Ham Bulletin Border and Graph Chart

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Freebie Friday ~ The Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss

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Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat Freebies

We are absolutely in love with Dr Seuss, so following on with more Dr Seuss freebies, here are some free The Cat in a Hat printables!

Cat in the Hat: Guided Art Activity from Cindy Calenti on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
This VERY easy Cat in the Hat guided art activity is perfect for students kinder thru 3rd grade. The entire drawing is done with circles, rectangles, triangles, and curved lines. The completed pictures are ADORABLE and quite bulletin board worthy.

The Cat in the Hat Writing Prompt from Kinder Kait on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
This product features a writing prompt to accompany the classic book, The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss.

“If the Cat in the Hat came to your house, how would you get him to leave?”

It also allows space for the students to draw a picture.

Cat in the Hat: Thing 1-36 labels from Brittany Nelson on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
This listing is for 3 sets of numbered tags inspired by Thing 1 and Thing 2 from Dr. Seuss’s “The Cat in the Hat.” Each set features numbered tags/labels 1-36, and 12 blank tags. The labels come in 3 different sizes: approximately 1 inch, 1.75 inches, and 2.25 inches.

As there are enough for a class set, each number can be associated with a particular student and each size could provide for a variety of uses including (but not limited to) behavior management charts, pocket charts, and station rotation numbers.

Cat, Hat, Mat- no prep rhyming worksheets *FREE* from Kerry Antilla on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
This set of 5 worksheets has students distinguish between two different rhymes and color the trees to match the correct answer. Perfect for Read Across America!

100’s Chart Mystery Picture: Cat in the Hat #120’s Chart Included from Jennifer Brink on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
Use this 100’s chart hidden picture for:

Homework
Morning work
Math stations
A countdown to the 100th day

Directions: Color in each square following the number/color directions to reveal a mystery picture!

This download has two puzzles, one to 100 and one to 120:)

Cat in the Hat Word Sort from Christina DeKovics on Teachers Pay Teachers
Cat in the Hat
Students will be able to sort a group of words that are part of the _at, _ish, and _all word families. It is Dr. Seuss themed.

Cat in the Hat Kabob Snack: FREE Dr. Seuss Activity from Astute Hoot on Teachers Pay Teachers
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Use this easy, fun Cat in the Hat kabob recipe to wrap-up your Read Across America & Dr. Seuss celebration. You only need 3 ingredients-large marshmallows, red Swedish fish and kabob sticks to make this snack. (Use strawberries and bananas instead for a healthy kabob).

This activity includes Common Core State Standards as students are reading functional text and answering text-dependent questions.

March Writing Prompts : FREEBIE : Dr. Seuss – Cat in Hat and Grinch from Little Lotus on Teachers Pay Teachers
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This is a compare/contrast writing prompt
Preview/Freebie of the March Writing Prompts Set.

Cat in the Hat Comprehension from Ellyn Rosanoff on Teachers Pay Teachers
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After studying Cat in the Hat use this easy to use comprehension task.
Very suited to the early years as students are able to use picture prompts to help answer the questions

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Freebie Friday ~ The Grinch by Dr Seuss

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The Grinch

Christmas is just 5 days away! In the spirit of the current theme of Dr Seuss, here are The Grinch freebies! Who doesn’t like a little of the Green Anti Hero just before Christmas? If you know of any Grinch freebies, please leave a comment below with the link. I’d love to add a few more pins to our Dr Seuss Pinterest Board.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Unit Study from Life of a Homeschool Mom

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Movie Study
This movie study is a fantastic opportunity to spend some quality time with the kids and relax after a busy day. After watching the movie, pull out this set of 4 worksheets and continue the fun and excitement that the movie brought to your family.

Included in this set are four worksheets along with an answer key:

  • book vs movie {compare and contrast}…
  • The Life of Dr Seuss {author analysis}
  • Seuss Questions {comprehension, writing}
  • Discussion questions {comprehension}
  • The Grinch Printable Drawing for kids from Websincloud.com
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    How the Grinch Stole Christmas Persuasive Writing Response Printable from A to Z Teacher Stuff
    The Grinch
    After reading the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss, have students write a letter to the Grinch telling him not to steal Christmas. Four printable pages are included in the file: blank, handwriting lines, wide and narrow lines.

    Grinch Christmas Party Games Free Printable 46+ Ideas from Edith Magazine Games
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    The Grinch Popcorn Box Printables for Family Movie Night from Ruffles and Rainboots
    The Grinch
    Print off The Grinch popcorn box set and take a Christmas movie night to a new level. Perfect for any family movie night for the holiday season.

    Free Printable The Grinch Cupcake Toppers from Birthday Buzzin
    The Grinch
    If your looking to make Grinch themed cupcakes for a party, use these free printable The Grinch cupcake toppers to decorate the cupcakes. The free cupcake templates feature 6 different designs to choose from. All the cupcake toppers feature a green background with white Christmas themed sketches of things like sugar canes, ginger bread men, presents etc.

    There will be total of 12 cupcake toppers on one sheet of paper when the templates are printed. Each cupcake topper circle measures 2 inches in diameter. For best results, we recommend printing these templates onto white cardstock paper to give each cupcake circle a sturdy feel.

    Free Printable The Grinch Favor Tags from Birthday Buzzin
    The Grinch
    If you are throwing a Grinch themed birthday party. Use these free printable the Grinch favor tags to make tags that will compliment favors you plan on giving out to your guests. Just beware that the Grinch doesn’t try to steal them before they are handed out.

    The free templates feature 6 tags which have 6 different designs to choose from. Each tag features a green background with white Christmas themed sketches. The words “thank you” are printed on each tag too. To make each tag sturdy we would recommend using cardstock paper as it is thicker than normal paper and will help your tags to keep their shape once printed.

    You’re a Mean one, Mr Grinch Wordsearch from Pages of Puzzles
    The Grinch
    “Youre A Mean One, Mr Grinch” was written for the 1966 “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” movie. Whether you’re a fan of the movie or not, the lyrics (written by Dr. Seuss himself) have made the song a popular non-typical Christmas song.

    Enjoy singing along as you search for words and phrases from this classic Christmas song … mean one, Mr. Grinch, a heels, cuddly as, a cactus, charming, as an eel, bad banana, greasy, black peel, foul one, nasty wasty, skunk, heart is full, unwashed socks, your soul, full of gunk, three words, describe you, follows, I quote, stink, stank, and stunk.

    Printable Grinch Coloring Pages Ideas from ColoringFolder
    The Grinch
    Do you know who Grinch is? Well, he is a nicely fictional character that exists on the children’s book. The book is named How the Grinch Stole Christmas. He has a funny appearance and looks like an animal. With a funny appearance, there are some people, especially children, who like him. With a funny look, it is good for you to make it a line art to give to your children. With his amusement, your children will be happy to have Grinch coloring pages to accompany their free time.

    To provide the pages, you need to find the printable Grinch images first. After that, you can make a line art to color based on the images you have.

    So, just give this kind of funny pages to your children so that they can get close to it.

    Christmas Mad Libs from Woo Jr
    The Grinch
    I’d have to say our mad libs have got to be some of our most popular content of all! The Halloween mad libs and Thanksgiving mad libs have been especially loved. So here is a new set of Christmas mad libs – and you might also like these mad libs for any time of the year.

    The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Coloring Pages from Woo Jr
    The Grinch
    The Grinch is absolutely one of my favorite Christmas TV specials. The other day my husband even made fun of me because I turned it on – after the kids had already gone to bed! I’m not the only one who loves this holiday special – it’s one of the few entries on Rotten Tomatoes that has a 100% Fresh rating. It also won an Emmy for the song “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to draw up a new set of coloring pages for Woo! Jr., so these Grinch coloring pages are just as much of a treat for me as they are for you!

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    Freebie Friday ~ Horton Hears a Who by Dr Seuss

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    Horton Hears a Who

    Fifi absolutely L.O.V.E.S. her Wonderful World of Dr Seuss Collection and she recently discovered our Horton Hears a Who movie, among our Dr Seuss collection. What better way to get our children engaged in learning, than to include a theme they enjoy!

    Horton plus a bit of Elmer from Teach with Me
    Horton hears a Who
    The packet includes:

    Horton 3 character, setting, event cards
    A Horton begginning, middle, end graphic organizer or anchor chart
    Horton retell the story bookmarks
    Horton who, what, why, when, where, how anchor chart
    Horton who, what, why, when, where writing prompt craftivity
    15″Fix the sentence” (with capitalization and end punctuation) Horton cards.
    Label the Horton bookcover anchor chart activity.
    2 Venn diagrams. 1 compares Horton Hears a Who with Elmer. The other compares the character of Horton with that of Elmer.
    2 Hexagon adjective practice activities.
    An Elmer Color Spin Game
    Black & White, and Color Spinners
    4 graphing extensions
    An elephant mask craftivity
    A find the letters elephant craftivity
    Tally mark activity
    30 elephant color cards + a cover so that you can make an Itty Bitty booklet. Great for playing all sorts of games.
    Rhyming-alphabetical order worksheets with 47 words that rhyme with who and
    A Horton-Elmer Lollipop certificate of praise.

    Connect the Dots to Horton! from Education.com
    Horton hears a Who
    Practice counting with this fun connect-the-dots, inspired by Dr. Seuss’s classic children’s book Horton Hears a Who. Connect the dots from 1 to 50 to reveal Horton the elephant!

    Printable used with permission from Seussville.com.

    Dr. Seuss’ Horton Labels from Fairy Tales and Fiction by 2

    Label Horton and all his parts,
    I just love labeling charts!
    Horton is…
    Horton has…
    Horton can…
    Horton from Horton Hears A Who Bubble Map
    Horton wants your students to quietly write.
    He doesn’t want them to give the people in Whoville a fright.
    Draw a picture of Horton and write three things about him.
    Maybe:
    He is big.
    He is nice.
    He likes to help,
    he doesn’t think twice.

    Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who Color by Numbers from Hoperrific Homeschool on Teachers Pay Teachers
    Horton hears a Who
    More fun with Horton. Simple worksheet to bring loads of smiles. Great for PreK, Kindergarten and first grade. Public, private or homeschool.

    Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who Worksheet from Hoperrific Homeschool on Teachers Pay Teachers
    Horton hears a Who
    Horton believes that even the smallest things matter. Help the children compare and contrast the different object to determine which is smallest. Great for PreK, Kindergarten and First Grade. Useful for public, private or homeschool.

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    Free Online Resources – The Lorax by Dr Seuss

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    “Unless someone like you…cares a whole awful lot…nothing is going to get better…It’s not.”

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    Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr. Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the earth’s natural beauty.

    To say the Kidlets L.O.V.E. the Dr Seuss stories is a gross understatement. We have read many of his books and our “Seuss Library” is slowly growing. Pixie’s current favourite book is The Lorax. I read the story to her almost every night and the older kidlets love to sit in and listen.

    As a surprise for her, I have downloaded, printed and prepared a little Lorax lapbook for her for next week. I downloaded this preschool pack from A teaching Mommy (formally 2teachingmommies.com).
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    I found these great resources for older children that I’ll be putting together for Koko and Fifi to work on during the week too. I’m sure they’ll enjoy it just as much as Pixie will.

    Tons of Lorax activities from Activity Village. These are individual download files that you can pic and choose from.

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    The Lorax Level 3 unit study by Ami available on Homeschool Share. This is a complete Lorax unit.
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    Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Craft: Make Truffula Trees on Craft jr. This is an easy step by step tutorial on how to make your very own Truffula Trees.
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    What Lorax themed week would be complete without a Lorax Themed family movie night? We have had the movie since it was released and the kids love it as much as they love the book.
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    Amazon.com Review
    When Dr. Seuss gets serious, you know it must be important. Published in 1971, and perhaps inspired by the “save our planet” mindset of the 1960s, The Lorax is an ecological warning that still rings true today amidst the dangers of clear-cutting, pollution, and disregard for the earth’s environment. In The Lorax, we find what we’ve come to expect from the illustrious doctor: brilliantly whimsical rhymes, delightfully original creatures, and weirdly undulating illustrations. But here there is also something more–a powerful message that Seuss implores both adults and children to heed.

    The now remorseful Once-ler–our faceless, bodiless narrator–tells the story himself. Long ago this enterprising villain chances upon a place filled with wondrous Truffula Trees, Swomee-Swans, Brown Bar-ba- loots, and Humming-Fishes. Bewitched by the beauty of the Truffula Tree tufts, he greedily chops them down to produce and mass-market Thneeds. (“It’s a shirt. It’s a sock. It’s a glove. It’s a hat.”) As the trees swiftly disappear and the denizens leave for greener pastures, the fuzzy yellow Lorax (who speaks for the trees “for the trees have no tongues”) repeatedly warns the Once-ler, but his words of wisdom are for naught. Finally the Lorax extricates himself from the scorched earth (by the seat of his own furry pants), leaving only a rock engraved “UNLESS.” Thus, with his own colorful version of a compelling morality play, Dr. Seuss teaches readers not to fool with Mother Nature. But as you might expect from Seuss, all hope is not lost–the Once-ler has saved a single Truffula Tree seed! Our fate now rests in the hands of a caring child, who becomes our last chance for a clean, green future. (Ages 4 to 8)

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