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Cincinnati Arts Association: Green Legs and Ham

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America with this interesting study guide (PDF), provided by the ballet tech® of Ohio performing arts association for a production of the ballet, “Green Legs and Ham.” Not only are there lots of activities for grades K-6 which focus on individual books by Dr. Seuss, but there's also an interesting discussion of dance, rhythm, and books and music. Included are references to academic standards and a biography of Dr. Seuss.

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