March 2 is Dr. Seuss Day! If you’re looking for a few fun Dr. Seuss inspired activities and recipes to do with your kids, you’ll want to check out this list as there are a lot of fun activities listed here.
Dr Seuss Inspired Activities & Recipes
We love Dr. Suess books in our homeschool. I credit the 100,000 times my husband read Dr. Suess’ ABC Book with the reason our oldest child learned to read so early and The Lorax has long been a favorite. If you’re looking to cover basic chemistry, Bartholemeul and Oobleck is a great book for introducing the states of matter! And while not authored by Dr. Seuss, the Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library has a place of honor in our homeschool room. My children have all really enjoyed listening to the book in the series. Here are a few fun activites you can do with your kids in honor of the great Dr. Suess!
Dr. Seuss Hat Pencil Cup Craft – Club Chica Circle
Thing 1 & Thing 2 Gloves – Hydrangea Hippo
DIY Dr. Seuss Shirt – Molly’s Lunchbox
The Foot Book Snack – Pinterest
Make your own Foot Book – Mom Endeavors
The Foot Book Game – Two Little Cavaliers
Dr. Suess inspired games and printables
Green Eggs and Ham Free Printable Maze – HaleGrafx
Cat in the Hat Toss – Motherhood and Other Adventures
Seuss Word Jenga Game – Mad in Crafts
You can find a lot more printables and activities at the Seussville Read Across America website too! Search by book and type of activity to find just about anything your lower elementary school students will like.
Dr. Seuss Inspired Snacks
Easy One Fish Two Fish Jello Cups – Cupcake Diaries
Lorax Veggie Tray – Desert Chica
Green Eggs and Ham Pretzel Bites – Practically Functional
Green Eggs & Ham & One Fish Two Fish Activites
Green Eggs & Ham Plate – Bumble Bree Blog
Mini Seuss Hat Mason Jar – The Country Chic Cottage
Dr Seuss Inspired Fish Canvas – Glued to My Crafts – I LOVE this art project. It’s so cute. I think I will do this with my five-year-old.
Do you like Dr Seuss as much as we do? What’s your favorite book? Please share!