The Work Plan

Friday, March 2, 2012

Learning The Basics With Dr.Seuss

All the children kept busy with the works inspired by the wonderful Dr.Seuss. We weren't able to do the famous oobleck experiment. Fortunately this activity works well with a intro to physical science so we will do it next week:) Trust me the children want more Dr.Seuss.
Scissor practice. The printable is from Joyfully Weary.
Blending sounds this work came from the Dr.Seuss packet#1 at Living Life Intentionally
Lacing Cards
Tracing, this is also in the Dr.Seuss packet.
Putting a puzzle together
Tons of reading!!


  1. This is so great...the kids look like they are loving it:))

    1. They are into Dr.Seuss more than I thought. Thank you for taking the time to comment!

  2. I love how concentrated the children are in the photos! I featured your post and photo in my 30+ Dr. Seuss Inspired Phonics Activities:


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