Presentation on theme: "The Amazing Dr. Seuss “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” -- Dr. Seuss."— Presentation transcript:
The Amazing Dr. Seuss “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” -- Dr. Seuss
Dear Fifth Graders, We love his books. We read them all the time. Who really was this man known all around the world as Dr. Seuss? Enjoy this webquest I created for you and learn more about this incredible author and illustrator known all around the world as Dr. Seuss. Happy Exploring,
Dr. Seuss had a birthday just like we do. Click on the birthday cake to visit a website that will help you answer: 1) When was Dr. Seuss born? 2)What special event happens on his birthday?
Click on the image to visit a website that will help you answer these questions: 1)What was Dr. Seuss’ real name? 2)Where was Dr. Seuss born? 3)What was the name of his very first published book? 4)How many books did he write and illustrate in all?
Dr. Seuss is no longer with us but he is honored and remembered in many ways. Try to find the answers to the following questions. Where can you find bronze sculptures of Dr. Seuss and his characters? List 5 bronzed Dr. Seuss characters found there. Who created the bronze sculptures and how is the person related to Dr. Seuss?
Listen to this Dr. Seuss biography.
This is your last task. Visit Seussville, the website devoted completely to Dr. Seuss, his life, and his books. Explore and see what you can find.Seussville