Make a list of things you could do to cheer up the Grinch. The Cat in the Hat is lending you Thing 1 and Thing 2 for the day.
At our local school store I picked up a pad of teeth shapes, teeth stickers, and 10 tooth erasers. I took 10 of them and put the numbers and then another ten and put stickers on them 1 on 1, 2 on another and continue through the number ten.
This is great on so many levels and this what I use these for: Taking the teeth with numbers on them and practicing number recognition and then putting them in proper order.
Taking the teeth with numbers and the one with stickers and play a matching game 3. Use the teeth erasers as counters and the numbered teeth to practice counting.
I found these pictures of mouthes on line and I printed them off and cut them out and programmed them. One says "t at the beginning" and the other says "t at the end". I then took several pictures of different items. Now we are ready to play this game.
I put the mouthes side by side with a space in the middle of them and put the pictures face down. Each child takes a turn picking up a picture and deciding which mouth it belongs to.
These teeth definately need some brushing! With the same tooth shapes from above I took the left overs and laminated them.
I then took a dry erase marker and drew sugar bugs all over them. Now with all the children armed with a sugar bug laden tooth and tooth brush they get busy brushing those sugar bugs away be prepared to keep readding sugar bugs to the teeth, in my experience 15 minutes or more I also take the oppurtunity to teach the "t" sound and the "th" sound and tooth is the perfect word to teach the difference.
What makes out teeth happy and sad? I programmed 2 teeth shapes one with a sad face and one with a happy face. Then cut out some pictures of different foods. I place the teeth next to each other and put the pictures face down and the kids take turns deciding what makes our teeeth happpy or sad!!!Making class books is a favorite kindergarten activity of mine.
Here is a class book we’ll be making in March to celebrate Dr.
Seuss’ birthday and a rhyming activity that builds our reading and writing skills.. Reviewing the Steps of How to Rhyme. In Dr. Seuss’s hilarious ode to teeth, little ones will laugh out loud as they find out all the things teeth can do and how to take care of them so they last a lifetime!
All the fun and charm of the original book are in this new board book version for the youngest readers. We'll have to prepare the folder for download. It shouldn't take long. If you continue then we'll email you when it's ready, or you can download resources one-by-one inside the folder.
Green Eggs and Ham is a classic Dr. Seuss beginner books published in Did you know Green Eggs and Ham was the result of a bet between Dr.
Seuss and his publisher? Dr. Seuss was bet that he couldn’t write a book using only 50 words. I wouldn’t make a word bet against the masterful Dr. Seuss! Dr.
Seuss Lesson Plans and Printables prepared by Candace Crabtree, Ami Brainerd, Michelle Light,a nd Linda Mabe. The Lorax Fox in Socks The Sneetches Ten Apples up on Top One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Dr.
Seuss ABC The Cat in the Hat The Foot Book More Dr. Seuss Lesson Plans: Materials and information may be used for your own. With Dr.
Seuss Birthday just around the corner, our PreK class integrated Dr. Seuss into our continuing study of teeth. “The Tooth Book” by Dr. Seuss is a delightfully simple book for young children that talks about teeth through wonderful illustrations and simple language.