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Happy Birthday Doc

1 Mar

March 2nd (TOMORROW) is Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!  This is one of my favorite days to celebrate BOTH at school and at home!  Here are some fun things we’ve done in the past along with a few new ideas at the bottom, including a Montessori inspired activity!

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What’s a party without some fun snacks!  Here are a few quick and easy treats to make for the big birthday bash :).  DR. SEUSS SNACKS LINK

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This Thing One and Thing Two craft is still hanging up in our play room, it’s one of my favorites!  Here is the link to the directions:  THING 1 & THING 2 CRAFT

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We love to make Green Eggs and Ham for one of our meals on March 2nd!  My boys are already talking about it!  Here’s How we’ve done this in the past…   GREEN EGGS AND HAM LINK

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This One Fish Two Fish craft was made easily using paper plates and paint…  Here is the link…  ONE FISH TWO FISH RED FISH BLUE FISH

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This craft is so pretty and also very simple.  It reminds me a little bit of my Sorority Days (go ISU DZ :)) because it uses puffy paint!  Puffy paint and straws make this simple craft a favorite around here!  Plus, who doesn’t love truffula trees???

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This idea comes from http://www.livingmotessorinow.com. It’s pretty self explanatory!  I think you could adjust this work, a well, by making 6 hats and writing one number on each hat from 0-5.  The students then have to place that amount of red poms on the hat!

So cute, I could celebrate Dr. Seuss all month, and I might :).

 

 

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