Saturday, April 3, 2010

The Power of Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss has this amazing power of inspiring young children to read. It's no wonder at all that he is highly celebrated by children and adults of all ages. Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote 48 children's books under the pseudonym Dr.Seuss. Because of the popularity of his books lots of lesson plans have been developed. His books are wildly available in thrift stores which is great for homeschooling families on a budget. Dr. Seuss has had quite an impact on my 4 yr olds thought process. One of my favortie memories is her questioning me about the "Cat in the Hat" she really was wondering why their mother left them home alone. It was a great conversation between the two of us. Here is a great site of activites to go along with his books.

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