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Dr. Seuss Hop on Pop Activity Twin Sheet Tutorial

Friday, February 18, 2011


To prepare for Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss' Birthday) on March 2, we are reading Hop on Pop by Dr. Seuss.

I decided to bring Hop on Pop to life by drawing POP on a sheet so the kids can HOP on him.
They had a SEUSStastic time!

See below for how to do this.


Creating a Hop on Pop Twin Sheet

Check your local thrift store. I found a 'looks new' pastel yellow sheet set for $3.00.
Use the fitted sheet for this project.


If you don't want to attempt freehand sketching, you can always try getting an overhead projector and making a copy of the page on transparency paper then tape the sheet to a wall to trace the image. Way too hard for such a simple line drawing in this case. The kids won't pay that close of attention. It is the thought that counts.  Just try doing it with a pencil first if you are worried.



Visit the page tabs at the top of this blog for more Dr. Seuss activity ideas to get ready for Dr. Seuss' Birthday.

Read Along:  On March 2, Dr. Seuss' Birthday, I'm so excited to participate in the Read Along at Helping Little Hands. Polly is featuring a different book & activity each day from a variety of blogs. Click the button below to see more.






Linking to:
More great children's play activities at the Nurture Store blog.
Tatertots and Jello, Weekend Wrap-up
Get Your Craft On, with Today's Creative Blog
Skip to My Lou, Made By You Mondays
Tip Junkie's, Tip Me Tuesday
Fingerprints on the Fridge, Feature Yourself Friday
Red Ted Art’s Blog, Kid’s Get Crafty
Hookin’ Up with House of Hepworth’s, Thursdays
 Polly Want A Crafter, Monday Craft Linky
Somewhat Simple's, Strut Yourself Thursday
Funky Polka-dot Giraffe’s, Too Cute Tuesday

Katie's Nesting SpotTip Junkie handmade projects


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13 comments:

Chris said...

What a fun project. My kids would LOVE to hop on pop like this.

Tauni said...

Wow. Super creative project V. Not convinced that most people could free hand something like this, but...

It seems like the boys are always jumping on the furniture. They would love to do something like this. You're a fun mom!

Polly @ Helping Little Hands said...

Oh, my goodness...this is so fun! This would be a perfect post to share for the reading month thing I emailed you about. :)

RedTedArt said...

Oh my, I am impressed! I bet your kids were SOOO happy! LOVE IT! Clever you!

Thanks for linking!

Maggy

House Revivals said...

This is an adorable idea! Love it! And I am amazed that you just free handed Pop!
~Amanda

phasejumper said...

This is GENIUS!! I LOVE it!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

JDaniel would love to hop on Pop!

Sue said...

Love this idea. I am a huge Seuss fan! I decorated my living room in "Seuss Flavor" this past holiday season. If you get a chance, hop on over to my blog - I have pictures posted there of Seuss room.
Love this blog by the way.
www.countingbunniestoo.blogspot.com

Polly @ Helping Little Hands said...

Thanks so much for being a part of the Read-Along. It's been fun to see your site featured several different places today. :)

quiverfull said...

SUPER FUN!! i can't believe you just freehanded that character. amazing! my kids want to come over :)

Kathy Haynie said...

What a great way to combine reading with an activity. You are a creative mom - thanks for sharing this super idea.

SpartanGirl said...

How FUN!!! I'm totally going to try this sometime. I'm sure I will...I mean my KIDS will love it!

I'm going to link to you in my Dr. Seuss recap post tomorrow. Thanks for sharing!

The Princess and the Tot said...

Love this! I'm going out to buy a yellow sheet!

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