You will have so much fun celebrating Dr. Seuss Day with these fun and adorable Activities, Crafts, and Printables for Kids. Activities include Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who, Green Eggs and Ham, Red Fish Blue Fish, and more.
You and your kiddos are sure to have a blast celebrating Dr. Seuss’s Birthday on March 2nd this year with these Dr. Seuss Activities for Kids. Celebrating this classic children’s book author is always so much fun as you get to bring the magic of Seussville alive in your home. Ideas include fun rice Krispie treats, festive bookmarks, yummy cupcakes, and more.
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Kids will love having matching hats like the Cat in the Hat! Make a cute Cat in the Hat Craft with FREE Template that can be hung on the wall or turned into a headband for children to wear.
The Best Dr. Seuss Activities for Kids
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This One Fish Two Fish Rice Krispies Treats activity from The Gingerbread House is inspired by One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, a classic children’s book by Dr. Seuss.
Your children will love reading Dr. Seuss books and keeping their place in the book with this The Cat in the Hat Bookmark from Mom Brite! Your kids can color it in to help decorate it!
Certainly no one can forget to read Horton Hears a Who, and make a cute Horton Hears a Who Handprint Craft.
Looking for fun and easy Lorax craft ideas? This Fun Lorax Truffula Tree Craft Fork Painting for Kids from Darcy and Brian is the perfect Dr. Seuss activity for preschool!
This Dr. Seuss Wocket in My Pocket Coloring and Activity Pack from Kiddy Charts is a great set of activities to help kids with rhyming and literacy courtesy of the classic Wocket in my Pocket!
This Dr. Seuss Quotes Copywork Activity from ABC’s of Literacy is a fun way for your kids to practice handwriting as they copy the sayings from Dr. Seuss.
Are the kiddos craving cupcakes? These Dr. Seuss Green Eggs Cupcakes from Design Dazzle are easy to make and are super fun and delicious!
Your kids are going to love getting creative with these Dr. Seuss Activities: Wacky Wednesday Ideas, Zoo Game & Idioms from Edventures with Kids.
Make your own sight word game to work on early reading skills with this Dr. Seuss-Inspired Sight Word Game from There’s Just One Mommy.
Make your own Dr. Suess themed party hats to celebrate Dr. Suess month with this fun and easy Cat in the Hat Solo Cup Party Hats for Dr. Seuss Day craft from Only Passionate Curiosity.
These three Free Dr. Seuss Word Search Printables from Organized 31 are perfect for homeschoolers, teachers, and just for fun to reinforce early reading activities.
You can’t go wrong with this Dr. Seuss inspired One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Playdough activity from Kimspired DIY. Amazing edible playdough kids will love.
This book-inspired Wocket Pocket Real & Nonsense Word Sort from ABC’s of Literacy is a great way for kids to practice identifying real and nonsense words.
This Quick and Easy Dr. Seuss Costume activity from Organized 31 is perfect for a variety of Dr. Seuss character costumes for the kiddos to play dress up with.
Help your kiddos to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday this year with this Free Printable Dr. Seuss Bingo from Artsy Fartsy Mama!
Enjoy easy fun with your kids for Dr. Seuss’s birthday using this Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Activity Cube from Rock Your Homeschool.