Dr. Seuss Day crafts are a perfect way to celebrate Dr Seuss’ Birthday aka Read Across America Day. These crafty ideas come straight from my kids’ favorite Dr. Seuss books.
There are so many ways that Dr. Seuss has impacted my life and the lives of my children. One of the ways he has influenced me is through the messages in his words. If you are seeking inspiration here are 40+ Dr. Seuss Quotes – I am sure there is one that will touch you.
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Let’s go have some fun with these Dr. Seuss-inspired crafts. Be sure to pair the Dr. Seuss book that goes with each craft and let your kids’ imaginations run away. Kids will love these Dr Seuss activities and spending time reading their favorite books.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss With Craft Ideas
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. How about celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday by starting off the day with some green eggs and ham. And make sure your child is dressed for the occasion in a Dr. Seuss party hat! The Dr Seuss hat-craft is a simple kids’ craft to make.
Keep the kids busy by reading Bartholomew and the Oobleck, and by making your very own Oobleck. Oh what fun they will have with this sensory activity! What a way to celebrate Dr Seuss with this magical substance.
Next on the agenda some fun Thing 1 and Thing 2 Pencil Toppers. You’ll find these character-filled pencils very simple to craft. They can be made ahead and shared as a gift to celebrate Dr Seuss birthday.
Cards are also a fun and simple craft that is a great way to celebrate Dr Seuss with others. I thought this Handprint Thing Free Printable Craft by Simple Everyday Mom was a pretty cute idea.
Are your kids’ fans of The Lorax? If they are this simple Lorax and Truffula Trees paint by fork activity by Our Kid Things will make them giggle. Just look at his mustache it so whiskery!
Puppets are always a perfecting pairing to a good book. This Horton paper bag puppet from the story ‘Horton Hears a Who’ is so adorable. This is another printable craft by Simple Everyday Mom.
Read the Fox in the Socks while your child reads along with a puppet. What’s best about the puppet it’s a Dr Seuss craft for toddlers that they can make with just a bit of help. This popsicle stick handprint Fox in the Socks puppet was created by Glued to My Crafts.
I hope your Dr. Seuss celebration was all you wanted it to be. It’s my hope that you will continue to encourage your children to celebrate reading allowing their imaginations to grow.
Do you have some fun ways to celebrate Dr Seuss? Please leave your ideas and links in the comments!
Ideas for these fun Dr Seuss Crafts come from the following books
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Celebrate Dr Seuss with sweet treats
Birthday celebrations are always better with treats. If you are wanting to add treats to your celebration I’ve got you covered. Check out these delicious Dr. Seuss-themed cupcakes and free printable cupcake wrappers and toppers.
Oh the fun you will have doing these crafts and activities!