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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Dr. Seuss No-No

So I received an email that "Dr.Seuss" is copyrighted...even the words... so we need to change any titles to files that we have created for Dr. Seuss Day.
My mind is mush!
I need a new fun name for my unit and I need your creative mush-less mind :)
Send in your idea of a fun title that I can rename my unit...if it is choosen... you win the file!

Winner! Winner!

I am always amazed at your creativity. I actually had to have my family help me decide.

The winner is Dr. Silly Stations!
I'll be sending the file tonight!
Thanks Again!


Sandra said...

Haha... I just called my unit Read Across America Activities... not very creative but I love "SEUper SEUper Activities"!!
❤ Sandra
Sweet Times in First

Jessica said...

Hooray for Theodore Geisel!

♥ Owl in a Vowel Tree ♥ said...

Your unit looks AMAZING!! How about S.uper E.ducational, U.ber, S.ensational S.tations....See, it's still SEUSS, but as an acronym!!

jjkk11 said...

Seu-Sational fun activities

Lori Rosenberg said...

The Silly Cat With The Big Red Hat!

Ali said...

March 2nd is Your Day! Math and Literacy Activities to Celebrate!


Emily said...

Hooray for Seussy Math Day!

Emily @ Second Grade Silliness 

Heather Shelton said...
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Heather Shelton said...

Seusstastic Stations


Gidget Girl Reading said...

Rhymes,Riddles and Tongue Twisting fun with the Cat and his Hat

my 11 year old and 5 year helped me with this. they said this is great since his books are all about rhymes and riddles and tongue twisters

Kristin said...

I Know A Lot About That - Learning with The Cat
Reading, Math and All That with The Cat

I'm so sorry to hear what everyone is going through with changing and renaming their creations :( I think Theo would be honored, not jumping up and down about copyrights!

Good Luck!

Mrs. Krull
Of Primary Importance

Krystal said...

learning fun with a friendly feline in a floppy striped hat :)(ok, that's kinda wordy)... hmm... this is hard! lol...

Janette Rose said...

The "Feline in the Striped Fedora" unit. It would also be great because the students could learn the meanings of feline and fedora!

The Daily Alphabet said...

I know, I received the same email! I just found your blog, and I'm your newest follower!

The Daily Alphabet

Rachel said...

How about Hooray for Our Author's Day? Not that creative, sorry.

Anonymous said...

"Seuss-A-Palooza Reading and Math Fun!"


Tammy said...

How about The Dr. Is In..

laura said...

how about
Seu-sa-licous Reading and Math Stations?

Amy B said...

how about An Story a Day Keeps the Dr. Away! (since you can't use the doctor's name) :)
Amy Burton

Crystal said...

How about
Whimsical Readers

Suzy Q said...

How about "First Grade is Too Young to Understand Copyright Infringement" or "Our Teacher Went to Jail For Using our Favorite Author's Name on Our Work Packets"?

Here's a little ditty I wrote:

There is no excu$e,
To prevent the u$e
Of the name Dr. $eu$$

Yeah, I don't think I'll be a winner either, but seriously, this is taking it a little far. He wanted children to read, for goodness sakes...so trademarking his name and preventing teachers from using it seems a bit heavy-handed.

Hope you come up with a suitable alternative. :-)

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

Chrissy said...

Suzy Q is correct....I've said this before--none of the creative work in question would be possible without THE BOOKS!

Your unit looks like fun!

Anonymous said...

Celebrating Seu-per Authors

laura said...

hi lory,
it is me the winner...i can't believe i am actually saying that...since i have never won anything....
i did notice the email address you posted is missing an r....so it won't get to me....
i looked on my post and i see it spelled correctly there...so maybe a freak accident occurred?
thanks so much for choosing my title....i am sure it was hard to choose...
can't wait to get it and start the printer up!