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
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
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 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.
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
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 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.