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Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2, and it’s time to start preparing for it in your homeschool preschool!
To celebrate, start by rounding up as many Dr. Seuss picture books as you can. Kids love Dr. Seuss and his non-sensical words and silly illustrations. Leave them lying around the house, and your preschoolers are sure to pick them up and page through them.
Once your kids are hooked on Dr. Seuss books, incorporate fun Dr. Seuss activities into your homeschool lessons.
Dr Seuss Printable for Tots and PreK
Your kids will enjoy completing these fun Dr. Seuss-inspired activities! Inside this 17-page learning pack, you’ll find the following activities:
- Puzzles – Laminate the puzzles, cut them apart, and let your preschoolers put them back together.
- Mazes – Laminate the mazes. Your kids can complete them with a wet-erase marker, wipe it clean, and do it again.
- Handwriting practice – Practice tracing lines, shapes, and numbers.
- Counting puzzles – Includes 1-5, 1-10, and 11-20 puzzles. I recommend laminating for durability.
- Do-a-Dot pages – Tots and preschoolers can fine tune their motor skills with these pages. You will need do-a-dot markers or circle stickers to complete.
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Fun ways to incorporate Dr. Seuss books into your homeschool preschool lessons:
- Most Dr. Seuss books have rhyming text – even if the rhymes are non-sensical! Talk about rhyming words with your kids, and see how many they can think of – even if they’re made up.
- Books like Hop on Pop are perfect for a quick phonics or word family activity.
- Dr. Seuss’s ABC book is perfect for kicking off an alphabet-themed unit.
Classic Dr. Seuss Books for Preschoolers
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