Reaching Rowdy Readers, Reading Club Lesson Plans: “Simply Dr. Seuss”

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Welcome to Kidsbook Friends Reading Club Mrs. Angela Henderson

Whether you are a librarian lining up your story time, a parent picking out picture books, or a teacher typing your lesson plans, this Reading Club Lesson Plan is for YOU.  All the books, activities, and even supply list are at your fingertips to save you time in the process. Plus, this lesson plan has already been “tested” and tweaked during my Friday Kidsbook Friends Reading Club. Have fun reaching your little rowdy readers!

Theme: “Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!” Or “Simply Dr. Seuss”

Read Aloud Titles by Dr. Seuss:

  • I Can Read with My Eyes Shut!
  • The Shape of Me and Other Stuff
  • One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish
  • Hop on Pop

Little Lessons:
Shapes, left/right, colors, counting, rhyme, and value of reading:
“The more that your read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” (I Can Read with My Eyes Shut!)

Activities:
Green Eggs & Ham Puzzle~ Team.
Shapes- pull shape out of hat and identify each one.

Craft:
Fish Bowl with red and blue hand print fish

Song:
“Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss” by Brian Kinder, Special Days CD Pick an instrument!

Snack:
Red Swedish fish (puzzle prize) and gold fish crackers

Share Your New Friend with Your Friends:
Picture of you wearing the hat with the Dr. Seuss creatures around you!

Supply List:
Books, stuffed animals, hat, shapes, puzzle, craft paint and fish bowl paper, CD Player, CD, instruments, snacks . . . www.kidsbookfriends.com

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