Dr. Seuss What would we do without him? One of the most famous authors of all times is
Dr. Seuss! Dr. Seuss was born in 1904. He died in 1991 when he was 87 years old. If he was still living, this year he would have 105 candles on his birthday cake.
Dr. Seusss real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. His friends called him Ted, or Mr.
Geisel. Seuss was his middle name. The doctor part he made up! Ted also wrote under another penname or pseudonymTheo LeSieg. LeSieg is Teds real last name
spelled backwards!!! LeSieg = Geisel When Ted went to college, he drew cartoons for the
school newspaper. He was the class clown, a practical joker, and was voted the least likely to succeed in his class.
After college and travel,Ted Geisel went into the advertising business in New York City. Life was tough until
he got a job to draw ads for Flit, a company that made bug spray. Dr. Seuss thought of his first idea for a childrens book in
1936 while on a vacation cruise. The rhythm of the ships engine helped him think of the rhyme of his first book. Can you guess which one ? This is Dr. Seusss
very first book. He tried very hard to get it made into a book but forty three different book companies didnt like it! Finally a friend who was a book publisher
decided to give it a try. Now it is famous. The next books he wrote were The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins, The Kings Stilts, and Bartholomew and the Oobleck.
One day Dr. Seuss was sitting in his office with the windows open. A breeze lifted a piece of paper with an elephant sketched on it and laid it down on another drawing of a tree. All I had to do
was figure out what that elephant was doing in that tree. That story became In 1941, Dr. Seuss took a break from writing books. He cared about politics and during World War II drew many cartoons for a magazine. He also joined the
United States Army and helped to make movies for the soldiers. Dr. Seuss kept writing. He wrote McElligots Pool, and Thidwick the Big Hearted Moose, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
In 1950 a man named John Hersey studied how kids learn to read. He found out that children were having a hard time learning to read because their books were boring!
One of Dr. Seusss friends told him he should write a funny book with only a few easy words in it, for kids who were learning to read. It took Dr. Seuss 9 months and he used only 220 easy words. Everybody loved it! That book was
A few years later a friend gave him another challenge. Could Dr. Seuss write a book with only 50 different words in it? It was difficult, but Dr. Seuss wrote another great story. Later he said, It is the only book I
wrote that still makes me laugh. Can you guess the title? In one survey, kids said this was one of their favorite books.
It has sold more copies than any other title over 6,000,000 !!! Dr. Seuss also created his own book company to produce a series of books
called BEGINNER BOOKS that used pictures and words to get kids to read! Anytime you see this iconyou know this is a book by Dr. Seusss book company! This beginner book was one of the first books Mrs. DeFrank learned to read. Even
though it was not written by Dr. Seuss, it was published by BEGINNER BOOKS! This is still one of Mrs. DeFranks all-time favorites!
When Dr. Seuss was a boy his father worked at a zoo. He was a zookeeper. This is another famous book Dr. Seuss wrote.
Dr. Seuss is different from many writers because most of his books are written in rhyme. To make his rhymes, he would often make up new words, like the Sneetches, the Lorax, and Zizzer-zazzer-zuzz.
Dr. Seusss books were fun to read but they taught kids about life too. Dr. Seuss helps us care about others. A persons a person, no matter how small!
Horton Hears a Who! Dr. Seuss teaches us to care for ourselves. Come on! Open your mouth and sound off at the sky.
Shout loud at the top of your voice, I AM I !!!!! ME! I am I! And I may not know why But I know that I like it. Three cheers!! I AM I !!!
Dr. Seuss teaches us to be true to ourselves. You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself Any direction you choose. Youre on your own.
And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy Wholl decide where to go. Dr. Seuss can teach us to be fair and treat people equally. I know up on top you are
seeing great sights, But down at the bottom we, too, have rights. And the turtles, of course Yertle the Turtle All the turtles are free As turtles, and maybe, all creatures should be.
Dr. Seuss wrote The Sneetches to address how different groups of people didnt like each other during World War II.
Im quite happy to say that the Sneetches got really smart on that day. The day they decided that Sneetches are Sneetches. And no kind of Sneetch is the best on the beaches.
Dr Seuss books can teach us about diversity. We see them come. We see them go. Some are fast. And some are slow.
Not one of them Is like another. Dont ask why. Go ask your mother. Dr. Seuss wrote books with messages about getting along, and pollution.
This book was made from a movie Dr. Seuss wrote. He loved Hollywood and filmmaking. Many of his books
were turned into made- for -TV specials. . All together Dr. Seuss wrote 44 different books. They have been published in
many different languages, like English, French, German, Chinese, Polish and Russian. More than 100 million copies have been sold all over the world. Dr. Seuss was still writing books when
he died on Sept. 24,1991 at the age of 87. His wife and his friends finished his last book, Daisy-Head Mayzie.
In 1997, schools all over the United States chose March 2, Dr. Seusss birthday, as a day to celebrate reading. We want people to know that reading is important and lots of fun!
Miss Headricks Kindergarten 2000-2001 Now at schools around the country we celebrate Dr. Seusss Birthday. Special readers share some great
stories. Well dress up like the Cat! Kids love green eggs & ham!
Eat green eggs & ham on March 2nd! Kids love Dr. Seuss!
Bullock Kids love Read Across America! The more that you read,
The more things you will know, The more that you learn, The more places youll go. Dr. Seuss To learn more about Dr.
Seuss, read these books from the library Sources: Dr. Seuss by Jill C. Wheeler, Abdo &
Daughters, 1992 On the Loose With Dr. Seuss by Shirley Cook, Incentive Publications, 1994 The Life of Dr. Seuss NJEA Review, February 1998 Book images from Amazon.com
By Karen E. DeFrank and Tony Pope Library Media Specialists from Glassboro, New Jersey and Rome, Georgia 2004
ALCOHOL ALCOHOL Beer: made by fermenting barley. 4% alcohol Malt Liquor: beer with a higher alcohol content Wine: made by fermenting grapes. 12%-14% alcohol Liquor: made by distillation. 20% alcohol Proof: double the percent of alcohol in the beverage. Binge...
Electricity. Unit 1. Vocabulary (set #1) Energy-The ability to do work. D-cell battery-a source of electricity; also known as a battery. Electricity-energy that flows through circuits and can produce heat, light, motion, and sound . Open circuit-
Tree Grading Why Tree Grading? Provide a consistent estimate of tree quality Provide a consistent estimate of stand value Provide a more realistic estimate of stumpage value based on grades and lumber prices Provide a linkage between the standing tree...
How Does VA Determine Presumptive Service Connected Conditions? Conditions are categorized as presumptive based on medical and scientific evidence of connections between health conditions and military environmental exposures including toxic agents, environmental or wartime hazards, and/or preventive medicines.
Food chains ALWAYS begin with a PRODUCER . Food Webs. Complex relationships formed by interconnecting and overlapping food chains. Food Pyramids. 1. Pyramid of numbers. The higher up the food chain the lower the number of organisms. 2. Pyramid of...
The Nicene Creed. The Nicene Creed was developed at the Councils of Nicaea (325 AD) and the Council of Constantinople (381 AD) It is a personal profession of the core beliefs held by Catholics. Reminds believers of the mysteries of...
Bell Ringer SOLVING 1-STEP INTEGER EQUATIONS Objective: To solve one-step integer equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Solve an Equation To find all values of a variable that make an equation true A one-step equation is as straightforward as...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!