Welcome to Seussville!

Welcome to Seussville!

YOU ARE IN SEUSSVILLE! SEUSSVILLE Pow er P oin t Cr eat ed By: Ang ela Mc Nau ght Seuss Questions Who is Dr. Seuss? What is The Cat in the Hat?

How do you feel on rainy days when you cannot go outside? What are some activities we can do on rainy days? How would you feel if you were left at home alone, and a stranger came in? Which words rhyme in the story? Dr. who? DR. SEUSS! Biography

Dr. Seuss was born Theodor Geisel on March 2, 1904 Graduated from Dartmouth College in 1925 Attended Oxford University for a doctorate in literature Married Helen Palmer in 1927 His cartoons appeared in major magazines such as Vanity Fair Gained national exposure when he won an advertising contract for an insecticide called Flit In the military he created an Oscar winning cartoon character: Gerald McBoing-Boing The Cat in the Hat, was an inspiration to help children learn to read because of a May 24, 1954 column in Life Magazine He has written and illustrated 44 children's books that are widely known throughout the world Theodor died on September 24, 1991, but his memory lives on through is widely loved books ?

To Find out more about Dr. Seuss go to: http://www.seussville.com/main.php?section=home&isbn=&catalogID=&eventID= Back to Seuss Questions Hat-tivities! Class Project: Each student will have the opportunity to make their own cat in the hat! Materials needed: Construction paper

Glue Scissors Cat face shape and hat shape stencils The Cat in the Hat Book (used as references if desired) Out come: The students will have made their very own version

of the Cat in the Hat, but it can be any color they want! To get the Cat in the Hat cut outs go to To print out the Cat in the Hat cut outs go to: http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/dr__seuss.html Hat-tivities! Small Groups Rhyming Activity Make multiple patterns of a hat and cat. On the cat cut-outs write the words - play, cat, two, sunny, said, ball, say, pot, you, hall, cake, go, fox, now, bump, yes, so, fish , sit, you, and hot. On the hat cut-outs write words that rhyme with the above (example: day, mat, funny, tall, etc.) Laminate the cards and place them in an envelope for the rhyming center. The children will place the hat on the correct cat! TEKS! 110.2. English Language Arts and Reading, Kindergarten. (5) Reading/print awareness. The student demonstrates knowledge

of concepts of print. The student is expected to: (B) know that print moves left-to-right across the page and top-tobottom (K-1); (C) understand that written words are separated by spaces (K-1); (D) know the difference between individual letters and printed words (K-1); (E) know the difference between capital and lowercase letters (K-1); (F) recognize how readers use capitalization and punctuation to comprehend (K-1); (H) recognize that different parts of a book such as cover, title page, and table of contents offer information (K-1). TEKS! 110.2. English Language Arts and Reading, Kindergarten. (3) Listening/speaking/audiences/oral grammar. The student speaks appropriately to different audiences for different purposes and occasions. The student is expected to (C) ask and answer relevant questions and make contributions in small or large group discussions (K-3) (6) Reading/phonological awareness. The student orally demonstrates phonological awareness (an understanding that

spoken language is composed of sequences of sounds). The student is expected to: (C) produce rhyming words and distinguish rhyming words from non-rhyming words (K-1) Blooms Knowledge: Arrange, define, duplicate, label, list, memorize, name, order, recognize, relate, recall, repeat, reproduce state. In Action: the students will be able to list and name words that rhyme. Comprehension: Classify, describe, discuss, explain, express, identify, indicate, locate, recognize, report, restate, review, select, and translate. In Action: The students will be able to describe what they would do on a rainy day, and other unit questions. Application: Apply, choose, demonstrate, dramatize, employ, illustrate, interpret, operate, practice, schedule, sketch, solve, use, write. In Action: The students will illustrate their own Cat in the

Hat with the materials given. REFERENCES http://www.seussville.com/lb/bio.html http://www.nea.org/readacross/resources/ seussbiography.html http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/ dr__seuss.html http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/ bloom.html http://www.teachingheart.net/ miniunitcathat.html

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