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Author Study: Dr. Seuss

These sites are about author Theodor Seuss Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss. Read about his writing career and his famous children’s books, plus view his political cartoons. Take a virtual tour of a memorial in his hometown. Several sites include suggested classroom activities and online games to go along with his books, including “Green Eggs and Ham,” “Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” “And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street,” “The Cat in the Hat,” and more.


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Explore this site for kids that includes online games based on Dr. Seuss' books and a biography of the author.
This ThinkQuest was designed by students to share about Dr. Seuss and his children's books. Read summaries of different books and learn why Dr. Seuss wrote them. NOTE: The site includes an unmoderated guestbook.
In this lesson, teachers can use Dr. Seuss books to teach about short vowels. Handouts can be found in the "Resources" section on the left.
This page offers simple activities that go along with several Dr. Seuss books. There are many more activities in the "Celebrate Dr. Seuss" link found near the top.
Read about this children's author and his writing career. NOTE: The site has pop-up ads.
Make a virtual visit to this sculpture garden memorial that commemorates Dr. Seuss in his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts. Includes a biography that discusses his childhood and career.
This 157-page PDF includes a complete list of Dr. Seuss books and an alphabetical list of vocabulary words and book characters. The vocabulary list begins on page 9.
This page from Carol Hurst's literature site discusses the career and books of Dr. Seuss.
Students can complete these sentences about Dr. Seuss by choosing the correct words from the top. Click "Answers" to see if you were correct.
This classroom activity has students use their imagination to create what they would see on the way to a friend's house.
This page has word problems that use characters from Dr. Seuss' books.
Click on the links for a variety of activities relating to the book.
This site offers activities geared toward younger children that are based on 15 Dr. Seuss books.

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