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Mrs. Thornton's Classroom Library

This shelf has several great books to use for your future classroom. In addition, these books would work great with all kinds of different lesson plans including different subjects such as History and even can help with explaining social cues and traditions.

Horton Hears A Who!

Horton Hears a Who. Dr. Seuss - Miranda Richardson

     In this classic Dr. Seuss book, Horton, the main character, learns that every heart matters no matter how small when he finds a speck of dust and realizes there is a tiny village living on it! Horton vows to protect the tiny village, even if it means putting himself in danger.  

     With the reading level of this book being  grades K-3, this book is for younger readers. The rhyming words in Dr. Seuss' books make them perfect for activities that build sight vocabulary. Cover rhyming words with a sticky note and let students guess what the next word will be.