Truffula Trees Beading
Lesson plan developed by Ms. Erika Geelhoed, BA Ed
* Lesson plan objective and assessment can be adapted to use this activity with school-age children.
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Illustrations in Dr. Seuss Books
The illustrations in Dr. Seuss books are also appealing to young children. His works have a powerful and distinct style. His books use primary and bold colors. The characters in his stories often wear silly hats and drive wild cars or machines. The lines in Seuss’ books are also unique. They are often curved, and the structures are unrealistic and labyrinth-like. The landscapes are drawn to create distance and appear to not end where the page does. This suggests that there is a huge world for children to explore. Dr. Seuss’ his illustrations will no doubt spark the imaginations of your students.
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