For the sophisticated Seuss: green deviled eggs, sans ham.
Any excuse to eat two cupcakes is fine by us. Make these to celebrate Dr. Seuss and The Cat in the Hat!
These Truffula Tree cupcakes are out of this world!
A sweet quote from Oh, the Places You'll Go!
We love a little math practice with our reading. This is a great addition and reading comprehension activity!
Kids can wear a Lorax mustache as they sip away during a Dr. Seuss-themed party!
Turn your child's handprint into a Seussical art project!
This cardboard Horton is a great activity for kids who love Horton Hears a Who!
POM-POM-bookmark-15-minute-craft My kids loved these!
Tons of great games for kids that help teach important skills, with The Cat in the Hat as their guide!
Second Grade Puzzles & Sudoku Vocabulary Worksheets: Dr. Seuss Word Search!
Kindergarten Counting & Numbers Dot-to-Dots Worksheets: Connect the Dots to Horton!
Third Grade Comprehension Worksheets: Dr. Seuss Characters
Second Grade Vocabulary Activities: Make a Seuss Sleep Book with Nonsense Creatures!
Make a Dr. Seuss Story Box! Love this reading activity for Third Graders.
The Cat in the Hat Can Map This and That! A great activity to help kids learn about their neighborhood and mapping.
Check out The Cat in the Hat's Science bookshelf! Tons of great books to explore like, "A Whale of a Tale."
Printable Dr. Seuss Activity Book. Great for Read Across America Day!
Make a Story with Magnetic Words! In Green Eggs and Ham, Dr. Seuss created an incredibly imaginative story using only 50 distinct words. Can your kid get creative with storytelling?
Play an ABC Balloon Game (inspired by The Cat in the Hat Comes Back)!
Make Truly Seuss-worthy Green Eggs and Ham (for adventurous eaters)!
Make Your Own Fun-in-a-Box (a la The Cat in the Hat)!
Craft a Fox in Socks-Style Puppet
Play Hop on Pop Hopscotch