Did you know that March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday? To celebrate, we’re sharing Free Printables for Reading and Dr. Seuss . We hope you enjoy them! Please feel free to share them with your friends by sharing the link to this post.
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|Free Dr. Seuss Fun Pack (3rd-5th Grade)
Your 3rd-5th grade students will have fun with this Free Dr. Seuss Fun Pack from Year Round Homeschooling that includes word scramble, hangman and a checkers game!
|Free Dr. Seuss Inspired Puzzles
Your kids will have fun with these Free Dr. Seuss Inspired Puzzles from The Multi Taskin Mom!
|Free Dr. Seuss Middle School Fun Pack
Your middle schoolers will have fun using this Free Dr. Seuss Middle School Fun Pack from Year Round Homeschooling! Inside you’ll find Dr. Seuss decode the messages, word searches and a battleship game that your middle school students will enjoy!
|Free Dr. Seuss Copywork Pages
These Free Dr. Seuss Copywork Pages from The Multi Taskin Mom are a great resource for handwriting practice on Dr. Seuss’ birthday!
|Free Dr. Seuss Notebooking Pages
The Multi Taskin Mom has a set of Free Dr. Seuss Notebooking Pages that your kids are sure to love!
|Free Dr. Seuss Inspired Coloring Pages
Your kids will have fun coloring the pictures in this Free Dr. Seuss Inspired Coloring Pages Pack from The Multi Taskin Mom!
|Free Dr. Seuss PreK Fun Pack
This Free Dr. Seuss PreK Fun Pack from Year Round Homeschooling includes fun puzzles, tracing activities and coloring pages that your preschooler will enjoy!
|Printable Dr. Seuss Pets Game
A matching & learning game based on What Pet Should I Get by Dr. Seuss, with a free printable game board.
|Create Your Own Zoo Game
Read Dr. Seuss’ “If I Ran the Zoo” and then use rhyming words and creative thinking to create your own zoo just like Gerald McGrew!
|Dr. Seuss Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, and Multiple Meaning Words.
I used his book titles to make an activity to practice synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and multiple meaning words. It may be challenging for some, but I am hoping the material makes it fun!
|FREE DR. SEUSS WORD FAMILY HAT
Sight and Sound Reading has a FREE DR. SEUSS WORD FAMILY HAT printable that will help your little learners work on their reading skills!
|Montessori Language Arts: Learning Nouns with FREE Printables
In this lesson, you will see sorting, matching, naming labeling and learning noun words while labeling them as such. I love using the farm to teach nouns. I hope you find inspiration to try this lesson with your children and/or students, especially that you enjoy the FREE printables.
|Free Sight Word Worksheets for “It”
These Free Sight Word Worksheets for “It” from Learning 2 Walk are a great resource for your preschooler’s reading time!
|Free Sight Word Worksheets for “The”
These Free Sight Word Worksheets for “The” from Learning 2 Walk are a great resource for your homeschool preschool learning!
|Amazing Authors A-to-Z Reading Challenge
Students read books by 26 different authors* with last names beginning with each letter of the alphabet. (*For the letter X, they read an “extra” author of their choice.)
|Resources to Help Struggling Readers- Emergent Readers
This is a forever freebie that I would love for your to showcase if it fits your needs. Basically I prepared a check list and goal sheet for teachers, interventionists and homeschooling parents who are trying to figure out why their kiddos aren’t moving past guided reading levels A-C. It encourages keen observations of reading behaviors as well as self-reflection as it relates to our instructional practices.
|Free March Children’s Planning Pack
Your kids will have fun making plans for their homeschool with this Free March Children’s Planning Pack from The Multi Taskin Mom!
|Free Bugs Preschool Printable Worksheets
These Free Bugs Preschool Printable Worksheets from Learning 2 Walk include Lacing cards, A-Z Playdough Alphabet Mats, Color by Number and much more!
|Free Bug Counting Mats
Living Life and Learning has a set of Free Bug Counting Mats that your kids will have fun using for spring math class!
|Free Preschool Letter Worksheets: C
Learning the ABCs is an important part of preschool and these Free Preschool Letter Worksheets featuring the letter “C” from Learning 2 Walk are a great resource for your preschool!
|Free Preschool Letter Worksheets: D
Learning 2 Walk has a set of Free Preschool Letter Worksheets: D that will help your preschoolers continuing learning the alphabet!
|Free Harriet Tubman Unit Study
This Free Harriet Tubman Unit Study from The Multi Taskin Mom includes KWL chart, Copywork – manuscript and cursive, Fact and opinion practice and more!
|Free Color Preschool Activities
Your preschoolers will have fun learning their colors with this set of Free Color Preschool Activities from Sight and Sound Reading!