Ten Apples Up On Top: Dr. Seuss Activity

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Hard to pass up Dr. Seuss’s birthday without posting some of his magic…Click here for a free printable of this easy book activity!

Factoid: Theo (his first name) and LeSieg (Geisel spelled backwards)

We did this quick Math and Literacy Book Response when the kids were 5, 4, & 3.  My kids all loved this book, and I had a whole bunch of apples stickers in my teacher stuff. Kids could also draw the apples, stamp them, or you could always act out the book with real apples…then make applesauce;) Or make a book with a different food/thing on top…whatever you have a lot of stickers or stamps of?

A chance to write their name, family/friends’ names, numbers, fine motor those stickers onto the page, and count!  AND…READ….and REREAD…and READ to anyone who walked into the house and grandma over the phone. These days, this would be a fun one to read over FaceTime or video calls or just email a copy of and let grandma or grandpa read it back to them.

AND…most importantly, giggle. Learning is fun! Daddy does look silly with apples on his head. Mommy loves to put silly pictures of Daddy on the internet.

The End of the book…but only the beginning of reading it.

Happy Seussing! Asilehs;)

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