Onomatopoeia & Rhyming with Dr. Seuss!

Check out these awesome Seuss inspired activities that we found over at Primary Press! Not only will they provide your kiddos with the opportunity for some fabulous learning, they're also free and require little prep from you!

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A big fancy word for "sound words", or words that are formed by imitating the particular sound they reference - i.e. boom, sizzle, etc. Seuss' Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? offers a great look at onomatopoeia in action! Students are sure to have a blast searching for sound words in the story, as well as writing/illustrating sentences using their own sound words!

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Rhyming is a common skill associated with Seuss' writing. After reading Hop On Pop, Vickie and her kiddos brainstormed and illustrated their own rhyming pairs!

We love Vickie's blog and think her kinders are super lucky to have such a creative teacher! To pick up your own copies of these amazing resources, be sure to visit Primary Press!

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