Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Virtual Book Club For Kids: Dr. Seuss!

February's author for the Virtual Book Club For Kids is Dr. Seuss and we were all really happy about it! 

Here are the participating blogs:

Toddler Approved - Rainy Day Mum - Adventures in Reading with Kids - 3 Dinosaurs - Royal Baloo - The Educators' Spin On It - Inspiration Laboratories - Pleasantest Thing - Edventures with Kids - Two Big Two Little - Playing With Words 365 - Kitchen Counter Chronicles - Outlaw Mom - Mommy and Me Book Club - Crafty Moms Share - No Twiddle Twaddle - The Good Long Road - Ready. Set. Read 2 Me - Reading Confetti - Mama Smiles - Juggling with Kids- Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas - Creekside Learning - Creative Family Fun - The Usual Mayhem - Teach Preschool - PlayDrMom - CraftoArt - Here Come the Girls - Being a Conscious Parent - Smiling like Sunshine - Crayon Freckles - Train Up a Child - Smile Play Learn - Enchanted Homeschooling Mom - Coffee Cups and Crayons - Having Fun at Chelle's House- Love, Play, Learn - Juggling With Kids - Motherhood on a Dime

This month's book and activity came as a suggestion a suggestion from K, 20, who then gathered all the kids and craft supplies together and read the book to all the little ones too.

The kids got plasticine and made Seussical creatures for their zoo, while I cursed at the hot glue gun and burned my fingers repeatedly while leaving endless thread-like strands of glue all over the kitchen  made some cages for the zoo animals. Check them out!

This was good for a lot of imaginative play afterwards!

Some links you might want to look at for a Dr. Seuss unit:

-My Pinterest board of all things Dr. Seuss has 115 ideas for you at last count!
-Free lapbook elements from Homeschool Share
-Cat in the Hat card game for early readers
-The Educators' Spin On It did an entire unit with great ideas!
-Mrs. Jones Room has a load of other links listed
-Cat in the Hat wood puzzles set
-Activity Village shows you how to draw some Dr. Seuss characters
-Seussville is always a lot of fun to visit.
- Funniest thing I spotted while surfing: An adults' Cat in the Hat costume!
-2 Teaching Mommies have a whole printable Lorax unit.
-Living Life Intentionally has a  Seussical learning pack.
-Obseussed has an amazing link-up (291 links!) of all things Seuss.
- Did you know you can even find Cat in the Hat candy molds?And Egg lollipop candy molds?

Come and link up your Dr. Seuss activities below! The linky is shared across all the blogs, so you only have to enter it once. We can't wait to see what everyone did!


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