We made some super cute tongue twisters on Monday. I need to get some pictures of the ones we did, but I will have to wait until Monday. I got the idea from Fun in First via Pinterest. They turned out so stinking cute- I can't wait to show you! We also let the kids make yellow paper mustaches on Wednesday for the Lorax and then took their pictures. All of my little lovelies thought I had lost my mind when I broke out the iPad and started talking to them with a Lorax mustache. They each got a turn and I think I laughed even more than they did!
The Lorax is one of my favorites, so I decided to really go all out for it. I made these adorable truffula trees for our hallway (complete with the Lorax). The kids, teachers, and parents all commented on them, so I think they'll stay up for awhile longer. I also let my students make smaller versions to take home with them. Aren't they cute???
It was such a fun week filled with awesome activities. We also made oobleck (cornstarch & water), ate green eggs and ham, read more books than I count and ended the week with an awesome birthday party in for Dr. Seuss. The Cat in the Hat even made an appearance and read a story the kiddos!
Here are a couple of things I made for this fun week. Feel free to use them!
Did you celebrate a Seuss-tastic week at your school? If so, tell me what you did.