The Ultimate List of Dr. Seuss Activities

Ultimate List of Dr. Seuss Activities!  So many fun ideas!

 

Dr. Seuss is one of my favorite children’s authors because his stories both captivate the attention of young children and teach important literary concepts such as rhyming and alliteration…all while telling a great story!

Another great element of Dr. Seuss’s books is their ability to be transformed once the book itself is closed!  All of the activities below are based on the beloved stories of Dr. Seuss and are hands-on and lots of fun!

 Make Your Own Cat in the Hat hats out of paper plates!

 Make your own “Cat in the Hat” hats using cheap paper plates!  

 

Dr. Seuss's ABCs

Write letters in shaving cream after reading Dr. Seuss’s ABC’s

The Sneetches Game

Play this fun game after reading The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss

I Can Read with My Eyes Shut

Make some fun glasses before reading I Can Read with My Eyes Shut

Fun Activity to Do after Reading Ten Apples Up on Top by Dr. Seuss

Recreate Ten Apples Up on Top with some household supplies

Green Eggs and Ham

Make some delicious deviled Green Eggs and Ham!  

Make Your Own Oobleck after reading Dr. Seuss's "Bartholomew and the Oobleck"

Have some fun with slimy oobleck after reading Bartholomew and the Oobleck.  

Please Try to Remember the First of Octember

Use the book Please Try to Remember the First of Octember to introduce your child to the calendar.  

 Make your own truffula trees after reading The Lorax.

 

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Create this fishbowl craft using corn syrup after reading One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.  

Environmental Print with a twist after reading There's a Wocket in my Pocket by Dr. Seuss

Explore environmental print and practice some phonemic awareness concepts after reading There’s a Wocket in My Pocket by Dr. Seuss.  

 

 

 

 

Here are some great ideas from other blogs:

 

One Fish Two Fish

One Fish, Two Fish Printable Placemat and Activity from Obseussed

green-eggs-and-bacon

Green Eggs and Ham Pretzel Treat from The Girl Who Ate Everything

Cat in the Hat Ice Cream

Cat in the Hat Ice Cream Snack from Motherhood on a Dime

Fizzy Footprints with The Foot Book

 Fizzy Footprints (inspired by The Foot Book) from Toddler Approved

One Fish Two Fish Sorting By Color

Sort goldfish by color after reading One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish with free printables from Celebrate Every Day with Me.

 

Do you have any fun activities to go along with a Dr. Seuss book???  Add a link in the comments!

Dr. Seuss Activities

Comments

  1. says

    I have 3 posts with free Dr. Seuss printables that I’ve created….some new and some old. Hopefully someone finds some materials that they can use!!

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