I love Dr. Seuss’s One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish for its silliness and the way it encourages kids to both rhyme and read. It can also be a fun way to encourage math skills. I’m sharing links to two free Dr. Seuss printables that work well for creating Montessori-inspired math trays for the upcoming Dr. Seuss celebrations on March 2!
At PreK + K Sharing, I tell how I used the printables to create Montessori-inspired activities that can be used for preschoolers and kindergarteners. I also have a link to more activity trays using Dr. Seuss printables and a link to activities for Presidents’ Day.
See materials and presentation tips at PreK + K Sharing!
One Fish, Two Fish Counting Activity
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All My Dr. Seuss Resources
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