List of Dr. Seuss Books by Reading Level
My daughter learned to read this year, and I love using picture books to help teach them to read. Dr. Seuss books are great for early readers because they have simple rhyming words that help kids learn the beginning and ending sounds of words, and many of them have simple reading levels that young readers can use to practice reading.
Dr. Seuss Books- Reading Level 0-1
Mr. Brown Can Moo! The Shape of Me and Other Stuff. Hop on Pop. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, Green Eggs and Ham. Oh, the Thoughts You Can Conjure! Hooper Humperdink in a People House.
Dr Seuss Books- Reading Level 2
This week’s Children’s Book of the Month program includes Dr. Seuss’ ABC’s Fox in Sox, The Cat’s Quizzer, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut, and 30 Tigers Today.
Dr. Seuss Books- Reading Level 3
Yertle the Turtle, Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? Horton Hears a Who, Bartholomew and the Oobleck, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Dr. Seuss Books- Reading Level 4
The King’s Stilts. If I Ran the Zoo Scrambled Eggs. On Beyond Zebra! Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book. Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book. My Daughter LOVED learning to read with Dr. Seuss!
See more of my Dr. Seuss learning ideas:
Dr. Seuss Hop on Pop Reading is a great way to get kids excited about science! Make Edible Green Eggs with this fun Chemistry Experiment!
What age group is Dr Seuss books for?
Smaller than classic large-format Seuss picture books like The Lorax and Oh, the Places You’ll Go!, these unjacketed hardcover early readers encourage children to read independently using simple words and illustrations.
What guided reading level is Dr Seuss?
Dr. Seuss (ten books)
How much do Dr Seuss books cost?
Dr. Seuss book prices soar from $17 to $1,500 after his children’s stories are canceled due to “racism” THE price of a Dr. Seuss book has soared from $17 to $1,500 after his children’s stories were canceled due to “racism.”
What age should read Cat in the Hat?
It will appeal to children aged 4 and up.
Are Dr Seuss books good for early readers?
Dr. Seuss books are ideal for early readers because they contain simple rhyming words that help children learn the beginning and ending sounds of words.
What is the hardest Dr Seuss book?
Dr. Seuss Reading Apps are graded from easy to difficult.
- The FOOT Book (TLC 76) Text Level Code 76.
- Hop on Pop (TLC 187) Text Level Code 187.
- Green Eggs and Ham (TLC 206)
- I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! (
- Oh, the Thoughts You Can Think! (
- There’s a Wocket in My Pocket! (
- What Was I Scared of? (
- The Cat in the Hat (TLC 322)
What age should a child be able to read Green Eggs and Ham?
Your two-year-old will be able to sit still and pay attention for a little longer, and he’ll begin to enjoy the story’s silliness and funny rhymes; by the time your child is three, he’ll be beginning to understand and appreciate the story’s humour.
What is level J reading?
At a level J, your child can read independently, or on his or her own. Readers at this level can read a variety of texts, including short nonfiction texts on topics they are familiar with, short stories, and longer texts with illustrations and short chapters.