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Oh the Places You'll Go![OH THE PLACES YOULL GO D][Hardcover] - Community Reviews back

by DrSeuss
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Amillio Farrington's collection of books
This is my favorite book of all times. I loved to read Dr. Seuss as a child but when I got older this book encouraged me and I will make sure it is one of the books I read to my students every year. A lot of inspirational messages are hidden in the book. If you are just reading it and making sure yo...
Ms. Banks' Blissful Books
Ms. Banks' Blissful Books rated it 4 years ago
Oh, the Places You'll Go! is filled with so much positivity and is great for the classroom. As with many Dr. Suess books, this one is also filled with rhymes. Students will have a blast trying to figure them all out. An activity that would be great for younger students coming up with ways to travel ...
Miss Osi's Favorite Books
Miss Osi's Favorite Books rated it 4 years ago
Oh, the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss, is one of my favorite books. This book is about life and the challenges you'll face along your life journey. I think the books is amazing for inspiring motivation to overcome any hardship. I would use this book in my classroom at the end of the school year to ...
Say What?
Say What? rated it 7 years ago
This story is it fun read for students and teachers to talk about Adventure and new experiences. I would use this book in my classroom to have students first listen to and then write their own places they would like to go. For me I would use this in a 1st or 2nd grade classroom. That you can read it...
Bookshe rated it 7 years ago
Oh, The Places You'll Go! is an incredible book for all ages! It is about changes you go through in life and its challenges. It is great for students moving from elementary school to middle school, middle school to high school, and all between. With that said, I would love to read this to my 5th gra...
Kallgood rated it 7 years ago
I have read this book so many times during pregnancy, after baby was born, and still to this day to my children. I would use it mostly in a kindergarten class and a first grade class to show the students that everyone comes from somewhere.
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