Sunday, March 6, 2011

What We Did This Week - Dr. Seuss Recap

Pinky is 5 years, Chaos is 35 months, Wild One is 15 months

It's been a really busy week celebrating Dr. Seuss! Read along to see what we did each day this week or click the button below to see all of our posts from the week!



Day 1: We read Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are and The Cat in the Hat Comes Back. We made Thing 1 and Thing 2 pencils, made a watercolor painting of the Cat in the Hat, and played a hat game with Wild One.


Day 2: We read Horton Hatches the Egg and watched a video of a robin hatching from its egg. We "hatched" some plastic eggs with Wild One.


Day 3: We read Sneetches and Bartholomew and the Oobleck. We made our own oobleck, pretended to be sneetches, and played a color/shape sorting game.


Day 4:
We read And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street and One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. We made up our own tall tales, did Goldfish math at snack time, played with fish felt boards, and played a rhyming matching game.


Day 5: We read The Lorax and The Foot book. We painted footprint fish, played a shoe game with Wild One, made our own Truffula tree centerpieces and learned about water pollution first hand.


Day 6: We read The Shape of Me and Other Stuff and Oh, The Places You'll Go. We traced Pinky and Chaos to make giant drawings, played with a shape sorter with Wild One, and played 2 homemade games - a movement game and a good choices game.


Day 7: We ended the week by reading Green Eggs and Ham. The kids had a great time role playing with their felt green eggs and ham.


Not feeling done yet? Check out what we didn't have time for (but bookmarked for NEXT year!)

There's a Wocket in My Pocket art project from Teach Kids Art


Horton Hears a Who craft from Meet the Dubiens


Thing One and Thing Two handprint paintings from Stuff by Ash.


Cat in the Hat and Thing One and Thing Two Finger Puppets from Craft Jr.


One Fish Two Fish Art Project from Deep Space Sparkle


Hop on Pop Twin Sheet Tutorial from ObSEUSSed


And lastly:

A round up of ideas to keep you busy for a long, long time from Roots and Wings Co

Dr. Seuss letter writing printables from Missmernagh.com
Printables 1
Printables 2

Thanks for joining us all week! Now I'm off to rest my tired rhyming tongue (and hopefully my thoughts will stop rhyming soon too!).

Linking up to:
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10 comments:

The Princess and the Tot said...

Footprint Fish = ADORABLE!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas said...

So many great ideas! I love the Thing 1 & Thing 2 pencil toppers & handprint art!

Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas!

I had a great Seuss week too if you care to stop by & check it out

Bernadette
http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com

RedTedArt said...

Oh my what a great Dr Seuss week and round up! Love the Thing 1 and Thing 2 pencils! And the footprints... just too cute!

Thank you so much for stopping by at Kids Get Crafty and joining in! Much appreciated!

Maggy

Liz said...

Oh my gosh, love, love, love your activities! I haven't figured out the whole themed thing yet but you have done an incredible job with it. So many great ideas, you have me so excited for Dr. Seuss's birthday next year (plus a lot of the activities would be great any time). Thanks for all the great ideas!!!

Giggly Girls said...

OH my are those fish ADORABLE!! Great week!

Jill said...

Thank-you so much for including my Horton Hears a Who craft. You did so many awesome things this week. I ADORE the footprint fish. I'll have to remember that one for next year.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love your footprints. I hope you will think about linking to Read.Explore.Learn.

Dawn said...

What cute activities! Your handprint Things are beyond adorable, and I hope to remember those for next March! :)

Rachel Harwood said...

Lots of fun ideas! What a great collection.

Thanks so much for linking up to For the Kids Fridays at sunscholars.blogspot.com. I hope to have you join us again this Friday!

:)rachel

Caz said...

What a great collection of activities, those footprint fish look fabulous!

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