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Read Across America


Sites that contain biographical information and resources

1) NEA

    * Contains information and resources relating to Read Across America week

Sites that contain lesson plans

2) A to Z Teacher Stuff

    * Contains links to lesson plans ranging from single books to cross-curricular activities on 15 books.  Some links were broken.

4) Read Write Think

    * Contains a full length, in-depth lesson plan on Dr. Seuss’s sound words.  Gives a theory to practice example, further reading, student objectives, and in-depth lesson plan.  Uses the book Mr. Brown Can Moo. Can You?

5) AskERIC

    * This is a lesson plan submitted by Beth Pivacek of Saint Joseph College, and it teaches phonic using Dr. Seuss’s One Fish, Two Fish.

6) AskERIC

    * This is a lesson plan submitted by Maureen Sullivan of Saint Joseph College, and it teaches phonograms using Dr. Seuss’s The Sneeches.

Interactive sites and sites that are compilations of a variety of websites

7) Seussville

    * A completely interactive and fun site maintained by Random House that includes biographical information, games, booklists, and a quote maker.  Includes the link for Read Across America week.

8) Kansas State University Dr. Seuss on the Web

    * This is an outstanding compilation of website links that are broken down into official sites, fan sites, books, general reference, essays and articles, teacher stuff, newsgroups and listservs, and Seuss related parodies

Sites that contain arts and crafts activities

9) Hubbard’s Cupboard

    * Contains fun activities including making a cute Dr. Seuss hat

10) A to Z Kids Stuff

      * Contains games, lessons, activities, and coloring fun


    * Links to cute crafts, such as bookmarks and placemats, and games



Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts.