More Dr. Seuss for Big Kids Fun
Still looking for some upper elementary activities to use to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday? Pull out your pile of Dr. Seuss books and have your students work on one of these scavenger hunts that will make them think! These are simple activities where students scour Dr. Seuss books to find different things that start with each letter of the alphabet. Categories include: Creative Characters, Alliterative Phrases, Fantasy Places, and Nonsense Words. (I included an answer key that I created, but I couldn’t find everything for every letter. Maybe your students will?!)
Take your pick:
(Download them all FREE here or click on the images!)
Here are some other FREE activities from a couple of my favorite teacher authors:
Lorax Discussion Questions from Laura Candler’s (scroll down to get to the link. You will also find tons of other great seasonal freebies. If you haven’t discovered her file cabinet, you need to raid it ASAP!)
Dr. Seuss Writing Prompts from Rachel Lynette.
Name that Dr. Seuss Book from Rachel Lynette.
The local bounce house is having a birthday party for Dr. Seuss including a story time. That’s where I’ll be with my 2 year old. How will you wish the good Dr. a happy birthday?