from Teachers.Net Lesson Plans posted by Shelley Territ 3/4/09 Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! Group 1: Theodore Giesel was his name, He and Dr. Seuss are one in the same. Group 2: His mom and dad called him Ted. He loved to read books before he went to bed. Group 1: Seuss was his middle name and Dr. is what his parents wanted him to be. That is how Dr. Seuss came to be known to you and me. Group 2: When he got older he took a trip. He wrote his first story while traveling on a ship. from Teachers.Net Lesson Plans posted by Shelley Territ 3/4/09 Group 1: And to think that “I Saw It on Mulberry Street” was that book. He wrote 47 others, lets take a look. Group 2: Walk. Walk. We like to walk. Walk. Talk. We like to talk. Hop. Pop. We like to hop. We like to hop on top of Pop. Stop. You must not hop on Pop! Group 1: Every Who down in Who-ville, the tall and the small, Was singing without any presents at all! That Sam-I-Am, that Sam-I-Am! Group 2: I do not like that Sam-I-Am. Do you like green eggs and ham? All: Dr. Seuss used rhymes in his books and silly, nonsense words. from Teachers.Net Lesson Plans posted by Shelley Territ 3/4/09 These are in all of his books and can be heard. On March 2nd, we celebrate his birthday in many special ways. We hope you enjoyed watching our play.
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