The second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade students in Ms. Scharich’s Title I math classes celebrated Dr. Seuss Week at Park Place. They have been learning and practicing math skills using Dr. Seuss Math.

• The second and third grade math students focused on money.
• Fourth graders focused on angles and multiplication.
• Fifth and sixth grade math students focused on conversions.

Finally, all of the Title I students continued to work on story problems and fluency.

Then on Friday, the students in Ms. Scharich’s Title I math class had rotations. The students got to work through a variety of Seussical math centers. They enjoyed everything from Green Eggs and Ham Division to Ten Apples up on Top.

## Seuss Money Math

Adding Money with Green Eggs and Ham

Green Eggs and Ham Money Match Math Center

What Pet Should I Get? Coin Activity

Learning about Coins with What Pet Should I Get?

## Seuss Division

Division with Green Eggs

Green Eggs and Ham Division Problems

Solving Green Egg Division Problems on Whiteboards

## Angles

Identifying Types of Angles

## Converting Pounds and Ounces to Total Ounces

How Much Does Each Cat in the Hat Object Weigh?

Green Eggs and Ham Game: Adding with Multiples of 10

## Ten Apples Up On Top!

How Many Apples?

Ten Apples Up On Top!

## Seuss Math Story Problems

Cat in the Hat and Cat in the Hat Comes Back Story Problems

One Fish, Two Fish, Read Fish, Blue Fish Story Problems

## Truffula Multiplication Trees

Truffula Multiplication

Multiplication Practice with The Lorax

## Fraction Foot Activity

The Foot Book and Fraction Foot Activity