The boys really enjoyed crinkling the tissue paper for the fish and the cat in the hat mosaics were a great fine motor activity!
while the girls loved the frilly pink embellishments that came with these Horton hears a Who magnets
Lastly, were these cute puzzles. Tim loves puzzles so he loved the idea of coloring his own:
We also made thing 1 and thing 2 bookmarks, but just like their name sakes they are missing in action. We watched the 2008 version of "Horton hears a Who" the same week we made the bookmarks. Netflix comes in handy when I am planning my theme units.
Some other things we did for our Dr. Seuss month (besides reading the stories, of course) were using green food coloring to make green eggs and ham and discussing preservation (tied our green unit weekly lesson) in with the story "The Lorax". Do you celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday in your homeschool? If so, what did you do this year to celebrate?
Blessings to you and your homeschool,