Posted by melissa.t on March 16, 2012
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I’ve been looking for a better way to store my kids’ books. Of course, I started on Pinterest to find the best ideas — and now I have lots to choose from. These bookshelf ideas are so creative, I think you’re going to be inspired! Click on the photograph to see the directions.
Use Vinyl Gutters.
from Sunshine on the Inside
Use Spice Racks.
from Domestic Simplicity
from The Sweet Survival
Build Your Own.
from That's My Letter
Use a Cube Organizer.
from Smart Bottom Enterprises
Make From a Old Pallet.
from Six Sister Stuff
Posted by melissa.t on February 27, 2012
Don’t you LOVE Dr. Seuss? His books are so good for children because of their rhymes, story lines, silly characters, and thoughtful messages.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 2 with the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day.
Read Lots of Dr. Seuss Books!
Ages 0 – 4 Dr. Seuss Books
Fox in Socks
Hop on Pop
Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
The Foot Book
Ages 4 – 7 Dr. Seuss Books
And to Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street
The Cat in the Hat
Green Eggs and Ham
Ten Apples Up on Top
There’s a Wocket in my Pocket
If I Ran the Zoo
Horton Hears a Who
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Ages 8 – 12 Dr. Seuss Books (metaphorical meanings!)
The Butter Battle Book
Yertle the Turtle
Horton Hears a Who
Do Crafts and Learning Activities After Reading
Read Across America shares lots of ideas for celebrating like this free printable Lorax activity book or this reading sheet.
Visit Seussville for lots of fun! Here’s a Pin the Eggs on the Plate printable from Seussville.
Reading Rockets, a partner in Read Across American, has a Lorax-themed family literacy bag. Download “The Lorax” Family Literacy Bag: All About Trees
Dr. Seuss activities on Imagination Soup.
Dr. Seuss activities on Class Notes.
Pinterest collections about Dr. Seuss. . .
Dr. Seuss’ Birthday
Partying With Dr. Seuss
ObSEUSSESed with Dr. Seuss