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Dr. Seuss Lessons and Links for Read Across America Day

by Sheila Zagula February 27, 2017 2 min read

Baby Cousin with Cat-in-the Hat

Our baby cousin Avery
celebrating Dr. Seuss!

This week brings us to an exciting yearly event

Read Across America Day
March 2nd

Created in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Dr. Seuss—Theodor Seuss Geisel—was born here in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1904 and grew up on Mulberry Street, just a short walk from our MindWing office.

We are looking forward to the completion and opening of the Dr. Seuss Museum here in Springfield! It will be such an exciting destination for children as well as adults who grew up loving Dr. Seuss stories!

“The more that you read the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” With this Seuss quote in mind, please enjoy reading and sharing the following links to Seuss-related information!

  1. Visit these links to Seuss-related MindWing Blogs!

  1. The following are links to information related to the Dr. Seuss Museum:
  1. Further links to information on the Springfield Museum site with a Fact or Fiction section you will find interesting:
  1. A link to an article about Springfield-based Merriam-Webster adding the word “Seussian” to its dictionary! This may be interesting for older students.
  1. Seussical the Musical debuted on Broadway in 2000. This fantastical family musical is based on the books of Dr. Seuss, including favorites like “Horton Hears a Who!,” “Horton Hatches the Egg,” and “Miss Gertrude McFuzz.”
  1. Read Across America PosterRead Across America Events and Materials/Printables for Your Classroom
Sheila Zagula
Sheila Zagula

Sheila Zagula works with MindWing Concepts in product development, drawing on her expertise and talents as well as many years of implementing the Story Grammar Marker® and related materials. Her teaching career spans thirty-eight years, most recently as literacy coach in the Westfield Massachusetts Public School System. Sheila has experience as an early childhood educator, a teacher of children with special needs, and a collaborative instructor within an inclusion framework serving children in grades K-5.

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