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Dr. Seuss Inspired Classroom

In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, I wanted to share Brianne Wetsel’s Dr. Seuss inspired classroom!

Brianne is from Utah and teaches preschool in her home.  Previously, Brianne taught third grade in the public education system for 7 years before deciding to stay home with her children.  She teaches two classes, an Uppercase class (kindergarten prep 4-5 year olds) and a Lowercase class (3-4 year olds).

Brianne explained that she always loved decorating and had “themed” rooms in her third grade class.  Jungle with hanging vines, monkeys, a reading hut, etc;  Under the Sea with nylon stuffed legs hanging through floating tubes from the ceiling, a fish tank reading center, sea life creaturs; and a Space theme with all things space.

Brianne loved using a Dr. Seuss theme in her preschool class because it allowed her to incorporate bright colors and fun characters!

Brianne was also kind enough to show us her preschool flyer and postcard that she gave out to parents.  So cute!

Before anyone asks (and I get this question a lot)…due to copyright reasons, I cannot create any Dr. Seuss tags/labels.  Oh, how I wish I could!  I DREAM of creating a Dr. Seuss collection.

HOWEVER,

Brianne did use my carnival red and white striped tags to go with her theme and they look fantastic!

I hope you enjoy Brianne’s room!

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Miss Bree's Flyer '13-14

S.Wetsel-Seuss Preschool Invite

Truffala Trees

Storage Center

Behavior Chart

Rules/Storage/White Board Work

Writing Practice

Classroom Welcome Board

Art Center

Word Wall

Class Motto

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Comments

  1. My daughter is in Miss. Bree’s Uppercase class. Not only in she a great and fun decorator……she is an amazing teacher!! I love everything about this preschool!

  2. Your classroom is cute & inspiring. I love the Dr, Seuss idea. Where did you get the bags?

  3. WOW! This classroom is adorable! I am going to have to get creative with window curtains or accents.

    To Belinda: Those bags were 1.00 each at Target. They sell a ton of Dr. Seuss supplies in their dollar bin section. I think they go on sale in January, but can’t remember. I purchased a class set to give to my students, but never got around to using them or figuring how to incorporate them. 😉

  4. hi! how did you make your Truffala trees? I am a first year teacher and I am planning on having a Dr. Seuss theme!

    • Hi Mikayla,

      I love her Truffala trees too – just in case she doesn’t see your post, I have made similar truffala trees as well. If you search for them on Pinterest, you will find them. You use pipe insulation, which you can get at Home Depot or Lowe’s, and use bright duct tape around the insulation for the trunk part. For the fluffy part, I just used Martha Steward’s pom pom kit that I bought at Michaels. They were really easy and lots of fun to do! Good luck! I am still working on my education degree; I am jealous that you are a first year teacher! 🙂 🙂

    • Hi Mikayla!

      I made truffala trees last year for my classroom during our “Dr Seuss Week.” I actually used the Styrofoam pool noodles for my tree trucks and black electrical tape for the stripes. I simply made tissue flowers in bright colors for the tops of the trees. If you decide to try this, be sure to get your pool noodles before the summer is over … you will have a hard time finding them at any other time of the year! Good luck with your project!

  5. Hey I really want to a Dr. Seuss theme for my own personal preschool that I have! My classroom is soooo little though. 🙁 Does Brianne have her own blog to get some more ideas? Where does she find all her Dr. Seuss stuff?

  6. Hi, this is my first time teaching 2nd grade and I’ve decided to go with the Seuss theme. I totally love you ideas and your classroom.

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