Celebrating Dr. Seuss Week in Speech Therapy


I am getting excited to celebrate Dr. Seuss week in my speech therapy room. Read Across America Day is Wednesday, March 2.

Here are a few fun ways you can incorporate some Seuss fun too...
I have SO MANY great ideas on my Seuss! Pinterest board here.

I will be making 2 snacks for my therapy room this week:
One is a “Wacky Wednesday” snack. It is super easy!


It’s a mix of pretzels, M&Ms, animal crackers, marshmallows, peanuts, and raisins. Really, you can do any combination of small dry items. Be careful about the peanuts! I used animal crackers to tie in the “Put Me In The Zoo” and “If I Ran the Zoo” books.
I simply put them in a snack size zipper bag, printed off the words: “Wacky Wednesday Snack” in funky font and fun colors and taped it to the front! Super quick and easy!

I also love making this sweet treat “Dr. Seuss Hats.”


How to make them:
Split an Oreo in half, then cut in half a large marshmallow and cut a strawberry into thirds (I discard the strawberry tip). Stack them using the Oreo cookie as the base, then strawberry, then marshmallow layered twice. Use a toothpick to keep straight. It’s cute when they are a little topsy-turvy.

Here is a FREEBIE for you to download and use! "My Bag of Fish Book"




It goes along with the book, “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.”
You make a little booklet. Use this for following directions, position words, and many articulation goals such as /sh/, /f/.
It might be fun to incorporate the colored Goldfish as a snack!

I’d love to hear how you are celebrating Dr. Seuss week!
Next week I am posting a cute spring game for you to play- come back soon.

Remember, “You’re off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way!” Dr. Seuss


3 comments

  1. Super cute ideas! The Dr. Seuss hats made me hungry! I just may be using these ideas in therapy that week! Thanks!

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  2. yay! for Dr. Seuss hats! These look delicious!

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  3. What an adorable little book. Perfect for teaching color words as well as final "sh" because it repeats "fish". My kids will love this activity, thank you!

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