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Today we celebrate what would have been Dr. Seuss' 107th Birthday!
The Examiner has an interesting article on why we enjoy celebrating Dr. Seuss' special day.
2 Teaching Mommies shares a Dr. Seuss unit to use in celebrating Read Across America. It includes activities for Language Arts, Math, and Just for Fun!
Check out Seuss Dude for a listing of Classic, Nursery Rhyme, Bright and Early, and Beginner Books.
Living Life as Art has put together a page of printable Dr. Seuss gift tags perfect for adding to gifts you give.
Obseussed is a fantastic resource for all things crafting, learning, reading, and exploring Dr. Seuss and his classic books. Check out their sidebar buttons for celebrations, decorations, and more!
For some more "official" information about Dr. Seuss check out CatintheHat.org and Seussville.com.
Our very own feature writer, Rachelle, shared pieces of a Seuss on the Loose unit on her blog - What the Teacher Wants.
Straight Stitches suggests ideas for putting together a fabulous Dr. Seuss themed birthday celebration!
Along the lines of celebrations, Kara's Party Ideas will inspire you with adorable decorations for a Dr. Seuss themed baby shower.
Check out the Happy Birthday to You poem on this site full of Seuss poems and more.
Just for the fun of it, Content in a Cottage explains the hidden meanings in 10 of Dr. Seuss' books.
Last year we linked to a few Dr. Seuss themed crafts and websites in our Read Across America author challenge post.