“Horton Hears a Who” Writing and Craft

I am obsessed with how this little craft turned out!  I was browsing Pinterest and found this Horton craft, created by Tippytoe Crafts!  I used her idea for the craft and then had the students write the sentence: “A person’s a person no matter how small!”  
Take a look…

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The students colored and cut out Horton’s trunk, then glued a pipe cleaner and pom pom ball for the flower!

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I have really enjoyed reading Dr. Seuss books this week to celebrate Read Across America…he seriously was a genius.  This Horton craft made my week!

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5 responses to ““Horton Hears a Who” Writing and Craft”

  1. Molly Maloy Avatar
    Molly Maloy

    Those turned out adorable!!! Love the pom pom balsa!

    Lessons with Laughter

  2. Fluttering Through First Grade Avatar
    Fluttering Through First Grade

    Super cute! Love the pom-poms. They are the perfect touch!

    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

  3. ~DeAnne~ Avatar

    AWW, so cute! 🙂

    First Grade and Fabulous

  4. Molly  Avatar

    So glad to have found you through the CA linky! I'm a Northern California teacher & I'm your newest follower! Love how your project turned out!

    Lucky to Be in First

  5. Amy Avatar

    LOVE this!!!