Here is some of the fun we had last week to celebrate Dr. Seuss.
(Of course we read lots of Dr. Seuss books too!)
Silly Socks Day. The art table had lots of materials to choose from to collage some silly socks!
For Hat Day there were hats cut out of lined paper. The children were invited to color stripes on them like the Cat in the Hat. I loved seeing all the different techniques they used.
On Wacky Wednesday there were paper strips for making arches and stairway sculptures, like Dr. Seuss uses in many of his architectural drawings.
For the last day of our Seuss Week, the children had the chance to paint their own faces like cats.