Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Dr. Seuss Display

So, like most of my big projects, this one was waaaaay overdue. But I wanted to share the display that I put together to celebrate Dr. Seuss and Read Across America! We had so many pictures of our kids and teachers participating in different events that I had to show it off!


I love using cute fonts to create displays -it adds so much texture!

I printed out the letters "Read Across America" in one of my favorite Kimberly Geswein fonts and cut them out. Then I taped them onto some colorful yarn and draped them across the top.




We printed out pictures of our kids celebrating Dr. Seuss and stuck them to the front of the display. We had pictures from our guest readers (read about that here). The kids LOVE to see themselves on display!



To tie up the ends, I made big yarn bows and taped them to the corners.



Inside, I put our collection of Seuss books and stuffed animals, along with the truffula trees and Seuss Arrows I made last week. You can read about how to make those here!
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  1. Your display looks amazing! What font did you use for the Dr. Seuss part?

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    1. I used KG Second Chances by Kimberly Geswein - she has so many great fonts! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kimberly-Geswein-Fonts

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