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Are You My Mother?

In continuing with our Month of All Things Seuss....we worked on projects in conjunction with the book
Are You My Mother?



We read the book....laughed a lot!
We discussed things like "Does everyone have a mother?  What would it be like if you had a cat for a mother?  and other animals in the book...How would you feel if you lost your mother (they got sad at this question..lol)


Then I had the kids find pictures of "mothers" in magazines and children and cut them out.


Glue onto a big piece of construction paper...

Zachary's poster of "mothers and children".

Molly's poster...


"W" is the Letter of the Week....Molly worked on her Seuss Letters.


Zachary was "teaching" Molly how to write a "W".

We also started a new Magic Tree House Book last week so continuing with that and also Math work is still measurements!



Comments

Lindsay said…
What fun! I love the collages :-)
TheRockerMom said…
That has been one of Robbie's favorite books since he was not quite two. He's been asking for it, but it's in storage. Just seeing the cover made me smile.
musicalmary said…
This book has such fun memories for us. My kids sometimes call me a "snort" to be silly. Dr. Seuss is just so wonderful. We checked out "The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins" and my children love this one. I had never read it before.

Have a great day!
Tiff said…
My kids love that book!=) Looks like your children had fun!
Stopping by from HHH
Tiff said…
My kids love that book!=) Looks like your children had fun!
Stopping by from HHH
Guiding Light said…
Neat! Stopping by from HHH. Have a wonderfully blessed day!
JDaniel4's Mom said…
What a great way to reuse magazines!

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