At South Shore Children’s Center of West Islip, Inc. in Islip, New York, the class had been discussing the works of Dr. Seuss. One quite famous book by Dr. Seuss is, “The Lorax.”
Book Activities and Crafts
Activities Based on Children’s Books
At Shepherd’s Fold Daycare Pre-K 4 & 5 they enjoyed reading an assortment of Dr. Seuss books throughout the week and did crafts themed for each of the five books they read!
At Kids Connect Preschool in North Tonawanda, New York the class had so much fun reading books by Dr. Seuss that related to feet and socks! The books they read were, “The Foot Book,” and, “Fox in Socks.”
At PALS Play & Learn School in Hillsborough, New Jersey the preschool students put-on an art show themed for Dr. Seuss!
In the famous Dr. Seuss book, “The Cat in the Hat,” at one point in the story readers are introduced to the troublemaking characters Thing One and Thing Two.
At Bright Beginnings Learning Center and Daycare in Sandy, Oregon, the classroom teacher, Miss Joy, built a fort for reading! It was a unique twist on having a reading corner and the students were very excited to use the fort.
At Little Lamb Daycare in Eugene, Oregon they spent the day reading and discussing, “Jack and Beanstalk,” as their topic of the day!
Students at Discovery Isle in Oceanside read the wonderful book, “The Giving Tree,” by Shel Silverstein and then proceeded to do activities related to it! The Intermediate-level class spent the rest of the week doing these activities to learn about the importance of pure love and the generosity represented by the Giving Tree.
The letter E and its lowercase version of e is very important. The fifth letter in the alphabet it is a vowel and occurs in many words.