Dr. Seuss books were my favorite when I was young. Even after learning to read well, I loved the fun and whimsical stories he wrote and rhyming made me fall in love with tongue twisters. My younger three have also fallen in love with Dr. Seuss’ books and stories. And since we began their “official” homeschooling this year, I decided we should have some more fun Dr. Seuss printables to work with this year!
I had so much fun creating these new printables inspired by Dr. Seuss. Your little ones will enjoy practicing to read with the fun Emergent Reader and have fun learning more with the Dr. Seuss Tot Pack I created.
Dr. Seuss Tot Pack
- Wall Word Cards
- Prewriting Practice
- Clip Cards
- Letter coloring page
- Beginning Sounds
- Word tracing
- Read, Trace, Build Write pages
- 3-part cards
- What comes next? sequencing practice
- Which one is different?
- Patterning practice
- Graph and Roll game
- Dot Marker Pages
Looking for more Dr. Seuss inspired fun? Check out these Dr. Seuss Inspired Emergent Readers!
Dr Seuss has inspired many children over the years. These FREE Dr. Seuss emergent readers are inspired by his own works and fun words he created. These fun Emergent Readers were inspired by Dr. Seuss and are geared toward Preschool – Kindergarten readers. Includes 4 different levels: sight words, early readers, young readers and fill-in-the-blank.
Don’t miss the FREE Dr. Seuss inspired “I Spy” Games I created over at The Multi Taskin Mom!
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