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Fun with Dr. Seuss!
Transcript of Fun with Dr. Seuss!
Dr. Seuss loved hats! He collected hundreds of them, saying wearing funny hats gave him funny ideas!
are words that have the same ending sound.
Some rhyming words are in the same word family: Pop, Top, Hop
Some are not: There, Chair, Bare
wrote over 40 books! Many of his books have rhyming words in them.
Let's Read One!
When Dr. Seuss was just a kid like you, he often went to the zoo with his dad. He would take pencil and paper along to draw the animals. In his books, he drew lots of silly made-up animals.
Fun with Dr. Seuss!
In 1960, Dr. Seuss wrote the book
Green Eggs and Ham
on a bet that he couldn't write a book with 5o or fewer words.
Pick a word list and write a rhyme using these words!
Hop on Pop
by Dr. Seuss
If I Ran the Zoo!
WHO is Dr. Seuss?
Dr. Seuss is an author and an illustrator. But Dr. Seuss wasn't his real name! It was his
is a made-up name an author uses.
His real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel!
Another pseudonym he used was Theo. LeSieg!
Pretend you are Dr. Seuss!Draw a made-up animal of your own. Don't forget to give it a silly name too!
Dr. Seuss wrote books to help kids read. The Cat in The Hat has 225 vocabulary words, many of them you already know. Shall we try it? Here we go!
Did you know?
Today is your day.
You're off to Great Places!
You're off and away!”
Oh, the Places You'll Go!
Check out this link for some more Dr. Seuss fun!
Jill Swank, Jolene Dutton, and Michelle Dubbert
for the instruction, inspiration, and guidance.
And to my "cheer squad".....you guys are the best!
Scholastic News Weekly Reader. Vol 7 No.6
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