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This is a great book to spark a conversation with your little people!
Drawing silly animals – you can even use them to create your own dictionary and for the kids who don’t like to draw you can cut things out and glue them in to make a dictionary.
At any level Dr. Seuss can be a challenge 🙂 It’s a really excellent tool to see where your kids are missing knowledge in this area. For much older kids the read aloud practice is fabulous.
Dr. Seuss is full of colors, shapes and groups to practice one to one correspondence.
Learning about rhyming with younger kids is a great way for mom to work on her printing skills while she writes down the rhymes.
Animal classification is great to talk about here. Is there a 7 hump whump? If there was where would he belong in the Linnaean classification system?
You can create a Dr. Seuss timeline of books and print off these stickers that go on the timeline as you read them.