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2 Dr. Seuss Theodore Seuss Geisel By Denise Scarbrough ©

3 Dr. Seuss in the 1900s Dr. Seuss was born on March 2, His mother and father named him Theodor Seuss Geisel. He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts.

4 Dr. Seuss in the 1910s Dr. Seuss went to school too. He used to draw crazy pictures on all of his schoolbooks. His parents worried about him being too silly. He had a big imagination!

5 Dr. Seuss in the 1920s Dr. Seuss graduated from Dartmouth College in He began his career as a cartoonist and married Helen Palmer in 1927.

6 Dr. Seuss in the 1930s In 1936, Dr. Seuss wrote his first book. He sent it to fourty-three publishers. Finally, a friend published And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street in 1937.And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street

7 Dr. Suess in the 1940s Dr. Seuss joined the army. Horton Hatches the Egg was published. He won three Academy Awards.

8 Dr. Suess in the 1950s The Cat in the Hat The Cat in the Hat was published in Dr. Seuss became founder and president of Beginner Books, Random House, Inc. © -at FamilyFamily

9 Dr. Seuss in the 1960s Green Eggs and Ham was published in He wrote it because of a bet he made with a friend. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish was also published in ©

10 Dr. Seuss in the 1970s In 1970, Horton Hears a Who! was aired on television. The Cat in the Hat also aired on television.

11 Dr. Seuss in the 1980s Dr. Seuss won the Pultizer Prize for his contribution to childrens literature in He continued to have books published. Oh The Places Youll Go! was published in 1986.

12 Dr. Seuss in the 1990s © In 1991, Dr. Seuss died. His friends completed Hooray For Diffendoofer Day! and it was published in 1998.

13 Dr. Seuss in the 2000s Adults and children celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday each year. © You may visit Seussville and play interesting and fun games.Seussville Seuss Wish

14 Fast Facts Dr. Seuss real name is Theodore Geisel. The Cat In The Hat Movie was made after his death. Even though the hats can be bought in many colors, Dr. Seuss cat wore a red and white hat. He was concerned with environmental issues. He wrote for both children and adults. The Seven Lady Godivas was written for adults. Max was the dogs name in the Grinch that Stole Christmas. The Grinchs heart was two sizes too small. Dr. Seuss used nonsense words like wocket to rhyme real words like pocket. Another example is bofa and sofa.

15 Play Word Family Rhyme Time! Celebrate his Birthday ! Trivia Quiz: Dr Seuss Trivia

16 Click on the pictures that rhyme with cat. 1950s

17 Rat rhymes with cat!

18 Bat rhymes with cat!

19 Bat rhymes with cat.

20 Cow does not rhyme with cat.

21 Pin does not rhyme with cat.

22 Hat rhymes with cat.

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