Seuss-Inspired Shared Reading Printables

Posted on February 19, 2013 | By kayla
Dr Seuss Reading Preschool Printable
Photo Source: ofprimaryimportance.blogspot.com

Shared reading exercises, where predictable sentences are read out loud as a class, offer a great opportunity for your preschoolers to review sight words and themed vocabulary words, as well as build print awareness. Mrs. Krull over at Of Primary Importance created this Cat in the Hat themed shared reading exercise - with adorable anchor chart! - that would be a Seuss-tastic addition to your Read Across America/Seuss unit lesson plans! The best part is she provides the printable sentences for FREE over at her blog so activity set-up is easy peasy!

To extend the activity, you might consider...

  • Creating a printable worksheet where students can trace the sentences {like the example below}.
    Dr Seuss Reading and Printing Practice Preschool Printable
    Example tracer page + FREE download
  • Creating an emergent reader that students can illustrate and take home to practice reading with their families {like the example below}.
    Dr Seuss Literacy Preschool Printable
    Example emergent reader + FREE download

However you decide to use this awesome printable, don't forget to visit Of Primary Importance for the free download!

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