10+ Dr Seuss Activities - #Preschoolers #Toddlers #Games

March 09, 2020

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Let's have  fun with some Dr. Seuss activities for kids of all ages. Everyone is fascinated by this "wordsmith", and he is always in demand the whole year round (despite his day being in March). Activities, whether games or crafts are a perfect way to introduce children to this writer. Let them have fun, and learn in the process.

Dr Seuss activities for preschoolers, toddlers, and kids of various ages. The include crafts, games, science experiment, and food recipes to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss Activities for kids 

I hope you and your kids will have hours of creative fun these Dr. Seuss activities and games.

1. Oobleck: Science Experiment

Learn to make a Dr. Seuss Oobleck
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Kids can learn some science, and play at the same time. Dr. Seuss coined a cool term for this non-Newtonian fluid. You only two ingredients for this - cornstarch and food coloring.  It is also a sensory craft, so it will be beneficial all the way.

2. Cat In The Hat Drawing 

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Even non-artistic kids will enjoy drawing the Cat In The Hat. The above resource has step by step instruction, making this Dr. Seuss activity suitable for everyone.

3. Dr. Seuss Hop On Pop Game

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If you or your kids loe the Hop On Pop book - have fun and play the hop on pop game using balloons. Very few items are needed for this game.

4. Dr. Seuss card crafts

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Card crafts are easy to pull off! Wait until you see your kids' faces when they realize that their very own hand prints have transformed into a cool Dr. Seuss craft. You are likely to have most of the tools and items to create this craft.

5. Green egg and ham

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 Have some pretend- players at home? Grab a green and yellow felt and "whip up" the famous green eggs! Any kid who can handle their scissors will be able to create these. Some may need more guidance than others. For much younger kids - you can cut out or draw a pattern for them so as to have that perfect sunny-side up egg shape.

6. One fish two fish craft

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Bring Dr. Seuss book: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish to life by doing this easy peasy craft. All it takes is a little paint (food coloring), some scissors and paper.

7. Have a photo shoot

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Have fun and celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday with a themed photo shoot. Amazon does have photo props that make the whole realistic and fun.

8.The Sleep Book Paper Plate Craft

Source: ABCs Of Literacy
This is an easy to pull off Dr. Seuss craft, especially for  younger children. Kids love the yawning Van Vleck.

9. Cook A Dr. Seuss dinner

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Have your kids help with creating a Dr. Seuss birthday dinner - with real "green" eggs and bow tie pasta.Visit Sara's blog to learn how she pulled it off.

10. Truffula Trees 

Easy craft from the book: The Lorax. The video will give you a step by step tutorial for your and your little ones to have fun.

11. Goldfish Graphs

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Incorporate some Dr. Seuss into the kid' Math. A a homeschooling mother, I have learned to do this for some subjects. The above activity will celebrate Dr. Seuss, while teaching some data handling skills.

12. Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages

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Grab some coloring pages and pencils for a quick Dr. Seuss fun. Turn the Dr. Seuss activities into more realistic characters and items by pasting the colored work on a cardboard and cut them out. I enjoyed doing this with my daughter. It meant that her coloring work survived longer than it would have in a book.
No more twiddling thumbs on Dr. Seuss' day - pin or share this page to bookmark it as it is a on-going project.