Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd, and we have a huge treat for you! This post is a round-up of all the incredible Dr. Seuss activities for Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Just take a peek at all the printables, games, activities, and other educational resources we have to offer you to celebrate the holiday.
30 Dr. Seuss Activities
Dr. Seuss Printables
- Find lots of preschool fun in this Dr. Seuss inspired learning pack.
- One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish printables will help your child recognize and write their numbers.
- Print out these word sort cards to make word family hats.
- Practice rhyming pairs with Dr. Seuss hat-shaped printables.
- Preschoolers can learn basic skills with this preschool learning pack.
Dr. Seuss Games & Pretend Play
- Practice sight words with a Hop on Pop printable game.
- The kids might enjoy dressing up as Thing 1 and Thing 2 from Cat in the Hat.
- Play a Lorax cause and effect card game to review story details.
- Letter recognition is fun with this Cat-in-the-Hat alphabet game.
- Read Would you Rather be a Bullfrog, and then play a “Would you rather?” game.
Dr. Seuss Arts and Crafts
- Make fish out of handprints to go along with the One Fish, Two Fish book.
- An abundance of craft ideas – 25 in fact! – can be found here.
- Make oobleck, handprint Thing 1 and Thing 2’s, and more inspired ideas here.
- Handprints make cute Thing 1, Thing 2 (and Thing 3, 4, 5…) art for framing!
- If The Grinch is a favorite character, here are some Grinch crafts that are sure to be a hit!
- Blow paint the hair of Thing 1 and Thing 2!
- An easy craft to do is to make Lorax masks out of paper plates and craft paper.
- Cupcake liners make a great Lorax craft for little hands.
- Use cupcake liners for a One Fish, Two Fish craft too!
- Cut and fold paper to make a corner bookmark for your favorite Dr. Seuss book.
Dr. Seuss STEM Activities
- Kids practice their engineering skills with this Stack the Cat’s Hat challenge.
- Make some Cat-in-the-Hat slime!
- Lorax fans will enjoy tie-die coffee filter art that also makes a fun Science experiment.
- So many oobleck recipes, how about this one to go along with a reading of Bartholomew and the Oobleck?
- Practice Math skills with legos and a Dr. Seuss patterning activity.
Dr. Seuss Snacks
- 1 Fish, 2 Fish goldfish makes a great and easy educational snack!
- Bake up some Grinch Christmas cookies! Who cares that Christmas was over 2 months ago? The kids will still love these!
- Just look at the cute party snack ideas pictured here.
- Eat the sweet, colorful spots from Put me in the Zoo!
- Just like the Yink in – drink a pink ink drink! This one’s healthy too!
You and your children will love all the educational activities you can do to accompany a celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday! The above Dr. Seuss Activities for Dr. Seuss’ birthday will fill up the whole day with loads of enjoyment.