KWL Chart of Dr. Seuss

Who doesn’t love Dr. Seuss? He has a holiday named after him on his birthday, March 2nd! I believe it is important to acknowledge him and appreciate all the children’s books he has created. One way I could acknowledge and appreciate Dr. Seuss’ work is by doing a KWL chart using Padlet about him with my students on his birthday/holiday. First, we would meet together as a group and discuss what we know about Dr. Seuss and come up with questions on what we want to know about him (we would add the information to Padlet). Then, I would pass out a sheet full of facts about Dr. Seuss and have students go over it with a partner. Lastly, we would come back together, answer the questions we wanted to know and add them to Padlet.

2 Replies to “KWL Chart of Dr. Seuss”

  1. I think this is a great activity that would be super fun to do with students. I love the idea of using Padlet for KWL charts, especially for visual learners. It’s also adaptable for multiple grade levels – you could add pictures and videos instead of words for younger audiences. You’ve done a great job of incorporating both here. Nice job!

  2. I love this idea! Dr Seuss is a very well known author however, I did not know some of the facts that are in the Padlet. The more you know!! I think the lesson would work great using Padlet.

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