Strawberries, bananas, and marshmallows come together for a fun treat when you serve up these easy Dr. Seuss kabobs. Preschoolers can help slice the fruit and thread the skewers. A Plus Teaching Resources
If you’re looking for more Dr. Seuss activities to do with your preschoolers, check out all of these fun ideas.
Of course, you should read one or two of your favorite Dr. Seuss books. You can grab them from the library or order them from Amazon to add to your preschool bookcase.
Your Favorite Seuss – From his very first book to his very last book, here in one big volume are 13 classic Dr. Seuss stories, everyone’s favorites. All of the words and virtually all of the illustrations are included.
Dr. Seuss’s Book of Colors – Nurture a love of reading—and of the many colorful characters created by Dr. Seuss—with this great new concept book for beginning readers
The Big Green Book of Beginner Books – The only thing better than a Dr. Seuss book is six of them in one! The easy words, engaging rhymes and bright art can turn any kid into a reader.
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