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20 Dr. Seuss Activities and Snack Ideas
Whether it’s Dr. Seuss Week or you’re just looking to enjoy some of his books with your kids, check out these fun Dr. Seuss Activities and Snack Ideas to extend the learning even more!
Dr. Seuss themed celebrations take place in schools across the country every year on March 2nd (Dr. Seuss’s birthday). The week that includes March 2nd has been dubbed “Read Across America Week” by the NEA and many schools take part in Seuss-tastic activities in an effort to promote literacy.
Did you see the awesome Dr. Seuss Book Club Deal that I posted earlier this week?
I have put together a round up with 25 fun activities and snack ideas that would tie in wonderfully with a Dr. Seuss themed lesson or party.
Make some Puffy Paint Dr. Seuss Craft with Fingerprint Lorax like I Heart Arts and Crafts did.
I love the DIY Thing 1 and 2 Wigs that Merry Kinder Kapers made!
Parenting Chaos has a fun There’s a Wocket in My Pocket Lacing Activity.
These One Fish Two Fish Cupcakes from A Sparkle of Genius are so colorful and fun!
These Cat in the Hat themed cheese sticks are pretty simple – even for the novice crafter.
A SWEET variation of Green Eggs and Ham by Mama Cheaps.
Another Green Eggs and Ham treat – but this one by Mrs. Lirette’s Learning Detectives uses vanilla pudding (dyed green) and a Nilla wafer.
These handprint Thing 1 and 2 pictures by Stuff by Ash is great!
More Thing 1 and 2 handprints but a totally different look by Mrs. Urban’s Kindergarten Class.
This Thing 1 and 2 Jell-O snack would be super simple to make!
How great are these huge Truffula Trees (made with pool noodles!) from Tangled with Teaching?
These Lorax flower pots from Hostess with the Mostest would double as favor holders.
Play Dr. Seuss BINGO with these printable cards from Balancing Home.
Simply Kelly Designs has some DIY Seuss Photo Booth Props.
Print some free Dr. Seuss bookmarks over at Home Confetti.
Seussville has a free printable certificate for students who complete Read Across America activities.
Kids would have a wonderful time playing Hop on Pop Hopscotch as described by Coffee Cups and Crayons.
Clay zoo animals will tie right in with the Dr. Seuss book, If I Ran a Zoo, as shown by The Usual Mayhem.
My kids would have a lot of fun with this Ten Apples Up on Top by I Can Teach My Child!
DIY Dr Seuss Cat in the Hat Solo Cup Hat Craft from Mama Cheaps
Cat in the Hat Pizza – Easy Dr Seuss Snack from Mama Cheaps
And look what I did to Lily’s hair a couple years ago! I mimicked Cindy Lou Who’s hair from The Grinch Who Stole Christmas and placed a tall tupperware container on her head, pulling up her hair around it into a super high ponytail. Hilarious!
Make sure you take a look at the Dr. Seuss Book Club Offers as well. Great way to stock your library with Dr. Seuss favorites!
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