Dr. Seuss is just the kind of quirky & colorful theme that will have your students feeling alert and alive in the classroom. Not to mention, they can contribute to the theme or point out what they notice after read alouds of Dr. Seuss books. Behind all the wacky language, Dr. Seuss books contain some wonderful messages to share with your students. Also, how fun would it be to reward them with a Dr. Seuss movie as a class management technique! Most of these ideas are completely DIY-compliant, which helps when budgeting. Take a look at these Dr. Seuss classroom ideas:
All you need to complete some of these looks are pool noodles or paper towel rolls, tissue paper, construction paper and an imagination! I absolutely love the “read” signs below. The individual letters can be purchased at Walmart or some dollar stores. The possibilities are really exciting!
I came across so many wonderful Dr Seuss activities that spans from English to Math. Take a look at some of these fantastic ideas you can incorporate throughout the year to keep your classroom theme alive (isn’t that 100s chart great?).
You’ll definitely need some resources when planning out your theme. Below you’ll find banners, bulletin board sets, book sets and even a giant cat in the hat!
Which is your favorite Dr. Seuss idea?