I'm back today hosting Mom's Library along with True Aim. Mom's library is my favorite "new-to-me" linky party. I love it because there are so many awesome ideas and tons of variety. If you are a mom of preschool through elementary aged kids, this is really one-stop shopping. You can find book reviews, activities for kids, crafts, devotionals, tips for moms, recipes, etc.
Last week I really enjoyed reading some of the Dr. Seuss themed posts. It was a great time for bloggers to link up Seuss activities as Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss's birthdays are this weekend! In honor of Mr. Geisel's birthday-- I think he would be 109 -- here are a few of my favorite Seuss themed activities from the Mom's Library Link up last week.
Dr. Seuss Activities
Cat in the Hat Peg Dolls from Making Boys Men- Complete tutorial for making these Cat in the Hat Peg Dolls that would be perfect for story telling or play time.
Learning Fun for Dr. Seuss's Birthday- Preschool Powol Packets Several fun ideas for celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday including directions for these cute "Seuss Stackers".
The Shape of Me and Other Stuff - Fantastic fun and learning- great activity to accompany the book, "The Shape of Me and Other Stuff". This is a wonderful activity for home but I also love the extension for making a class book from this activity.
Move, Eat, Draw, and Learn with Green Eggs and Ham- The Good Long Road
If you love the book, Green Eggs and Ham, you have to check out these activities. There is a movement activity, a drawing activity, a word family and word matching activity, and of course... a cooking activity! These Green Egg cookies look adorable!
If you didn't grab my Wacky Wednesday Freebie! Here are some fun activities you can use to make your Wednesday Wacky.
You can also find Dr. Seuss activities on my Dr. Seuss Activities Pinterest board. I've pinned several of them from the Virtual Book Club for Kids which is featuring Dr. Seuss as the featured author this month.
If you have a post to link up to Mom's Library this week, I'd love to see it. It doesn't have to be Dr. Seuss related. You can link up ANY craft, book, activity, recipe, tip, etc. Here's how to participate:
1. Chose an activity for kids, devotional, craft for kids, recipe, etc. to link up.
2. Visit at least two other links and support your other bloggers.
3. Please follow Ready-Set-Read and True Aim.
*By linking up, you are granting me permission to use and/or re-post photographs from your blog or website.