By Shari Edwards Grades 1—2, 3—5 Dr.
Discuss with students activities that they like to participate in on a rainy day. What types of feelings do they sometimes have on a rainy day? Introduce title, author and illustrator; Read aloud for enjoyment Comprehension: Discuss the feelings expressed by the characters in the story.
Do they seem to like the Cat in the Hat's tricks? Ask students to describe how they would have felt. Discuss what things the Cat in the Hat did in the house that might have made their mom upset. Brainstorm ideas for what the characters in the story should have done when the Cat in the Hat entered their home without permission and how the children could have made the Cat in the Hat leave.
This is a good opportunity to discuss safety rules for when you are home alone. Ask students if they think the boy and girl told their mother about the Cat in the Hat and to explain their answer. Art Daisy Head-Bands Materials: Construction paper strips long enough for child headbands.
Students will learn the story about Daisy Head Maisy Students will make a headband to fit their head.
Students will make flowers from scrap paper and attach them to the headband.Home» Printables > Newest Printables > Favorite Dr. Seuss Book Graphing Printables. Favorite Dr. Seuss Book Graphing Printables. By Amanda Post Daisy-Head Mayzie; The Foot Book; Fox in Socks; Green Eggs and Ham Includes a header card, banana pocket chart cards, and a graphing worksheet.
This activity can be used Banana Pocket Chart. Daisy Head Mayzie. Reading the Story. 10 minutes. "By looking at the cover, I think you can tell why they call her Daisy Head Maizie.
That is so crazy. Do you think a daisy could really grow on a person's head? I don't think so either.
This writing activity was fun in that I had my students come up with their own sentences. It was a. This writing activity was fun in that I had my students come up with their own sentences.
It was a group effort, but it wasn't a set sentence frame. They were able to put together two grammatically correct sentences that described the main event of the story.
Grades in which Daisy-Head Mayzie is Assigned. No educators have yet completed this "grades used" section of the Literary Text Complexity Qualitative Measures Rubric for Daisy-Head Mayzie, where they share what grades this text is assigned.
Perhaps you can help. Daisy-Head Mayzie is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss and illustrated in his style.
It was published in , after Seuss's death. It was republished on July 5, with Seuss's original drawings. Plot. The book is about a year-old warmhearted schoolgirl named Mayzie who one day suddenly sprouts a bright white daisy from her head.
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