There are so many fabulous ideas from bloggers, teachers, parents and more online now. I can’t keep up with it all. I have loved gathering ideas in my Dr. Seuss Link Collection and Pinterest Board with 1,500+ ideas (see links on the right side bar). But, I wanted to share more resource lists with you to help you prep for Read Across America Day, celebrated this Friday. I love that you can refer to these lists each year to find new ways to celebrate.
The site I see referred to most on Pinterest for Dr. Seuss activities is I Can Teach My Child. Jenae has been one of my favorite bloggers I’ve watched over the years. She has a variety of simple activities you can do at home or school to connect to Dr. Seuss books.
Jenae is also an excellent literacy resource. She wrote this e-book, I Can Teach My Child to Read!, which is on sale through Friday (but always a great price). I’ve been browsing through it and really wish I had a hard copy to refer to more often. I love all her tips.
Mom Endeavors rounded up 75+ Dr. Seuss Activity Ideas.
Angie at The Country Chic Cottage blog created a list of 40+ Dr. Seuss activities.
She created this free printable Dr. Seuss Cootie Catcher. This is my favorite quick craft I’ve seen this year. I printed one out and my kids played with it today.
The Teaching Blog Addict has over 30+ Dr. Seuss activity ideas, including tons of printable worksheets and great classroom ideas.
The Educator’s Spin on It gathered 30+ Lorax ideas.
They also have a virtual book club which is a collection of 100+ links with Dr. Seuss book activity ideas.
Jamerrill from Free Home School Deals has over 100 ideas on this post.
Jill gathered 50+ great Dr. Seuss snack ideas.
Motherhood on a Dime collected 30 great Dr. Seuss ideas.
Learn with Play at Home features several of their favorite Dr. Seuss activities and has a great Link list of 100+ ideas.
Amy, from Some of the Best Things in Life are Mistakes, shares her favorite Dr. Seuss finds on Pinterest.
Parent Teach Play has 60+ ideas on their link list.
J Daniel 4’s Mom has 20+ ideas to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
Deborah at TEACH PRESCHOOL has 40+ links of Dr. Seuss activities.
Deb at PreK and K Sharing has a great Montessori Dr. Seuss activity
This post shares 27 of my personal Dr. Seuss activities.
And, don’t forget my Pinterest boards with 1,500+ Dr. Seuss ideas collected.
And you’re sure to find something that catches your eye at my Dr. Seuss Link Collection with 300+ ideas.
Add these all up (sure there is bound to be some overlap) and you’ll find thousands of ideas to pull from to celebrate reading with Dr. Seuss. Leave a message below if you have links for other Dr. Seuss ideas.