Celebrate 20 years of Read Across America Day
March 2, 2017 marks 20 years of NEA’s Read Across America day. It is a day for educators and students to celebrate the love of reading (and their love of the world’s most famous cat).
Oh, The Materials You Could Read!
March 2nd is approaching with speed
Take a moment and think of all the books you could read!
Read Across America Day is celebrated that day,
So use your accessible materials and just read away!
There are wonderful lessons online
and a new 2017 activity guide.
Hurry! Come quick and share it class-wide!
You might start out quite simple
and have a book read aloud.
You’ll be surprised of what technology can do;
Prepare to be wowed!
Be traditional and read The Cat in the Hat!
Or read something new like these books, recommended.
You’ll find the “purrfect” book…
…no pun intended.
Order books now, AIM production can’t wait!
We’ll all read to together, just save the date.
Many Dr. Seuss books are already in the AIM-VA library. Look at the list below to see book titles available in PDF: Accessible format.
- Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!
- The Lorax
- Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book
- Horton Hears a Who!
- Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories
- The Cat in the Hat
- Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?
- Fox in Socks
- The Foot Book
- Happy Birthday to You!
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
- Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?
- If I Ran the Zoo
- One fish two fish red fish blue fish
- Hop on Pop
- Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!
Need a book not already in the AIM-VA library? Send us a copy now to ensure your student has an accessible version for March 2nd.
Check out celebration planning tips and lesson plan ideas for the National Education Association and Seussville. Students using accessible materials can join in too, with AIM-VA’s library of Dr. Seuss books.
Read Across America 2017 Classroom Activity Guide
Educators recommend their favorite books for students
Plan a Reading Event
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