Celebrate Dr.Seuss and Read Across America with “Seuss 2.0” for students in grades 4-5. We will explore Dr. Seuss facts, literature, and story elements. At the end students will observe a few cool science experiments they can try at home and play a “seussical” game. List of topics explored during this program: Fun Dr. Seuss Facts. Sharing Dr. Seuss: Horton Hatches an Egg. Story Elements Discussion. Observe Cool Science Experiments that are "egg-citing". Wrap-Up interactive game: Seuss Characters
Here you can see all of the different points and the meridians that the specialist use in order to treat what is going on with you. As you can see, you don't necessarily put a point in your head if it hurts, but you put it in your feet.
An adorable gift idea that lets you say exactly why you love him. Author your own personalized book of love reasons. Each pages lists a different reason and is illustrated with your characters. Guaranteed laughter and tears.
Jack Daniel's Whiskey barrel coffee tables - Barrels can be found at Osh. 32" round glass can be cut from a local glass shop (you can get fancy with beveled edges, etc) They are filled with basket filler that can be found at Michael's (put some scrunched up newspaper in the bottom in order to use less filler - then add your own personal decor on top. They are one of the more pricier crafts - but you will absolutely love them.
This Dr. Seuss page contains over 40 of his most famous quotes. There are FREE downloadable posters for many of these Dr. Seuss quotes that teachers can use to decorate their classroom bulletin board displays.