This week was Dr. Seuss’s birthday. As a teacher, one year my students did a musical using songs from Seussical the Musical. I also picked two students from each class to read parts of Dr. Seuss’s books and to dress up like characters from his books. There is nothing better than a Dr. Seuss book. I found some really cool activities to help teach about the crazy nonsensical world of Seuss.
One Fish, Two Fish Recipes and Crafts for Dr. Seuss’s Birthday
This site not only has this really cool crafts but tons of games and recipes to have a great Dr. Seuss party.
Read a Book Bingo – Dr. Seuss Reading Week Free Printable!
I love that this could be used for any book it doesn’t have to be a Seuss one.
Dr. Seuss Cat and The Hat Recipe
These are so cute and I can see kids having a ton of fun making these.
These are too cute I just don’t think I could make myself eat that face.
Horton Hears a Who Marshmallow Pops
Aren’t these the cutest elephants you have ever seen?
So tell me do you have any other Dr. Seuss activities? Share with the rest of us.
Lux Ganzon says
Everybody loves Dr. Seuss. Sharing interest and passion is a fun way of learning.
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I love Dr. Seuss. I am excited to see the new books that will be released soon that they recently found in his old belongings! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty !
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Jeanne Grunert says
Adorable ideas for a Seuss-themed party. Also great for teachers to get the kids into reading. Love it! Thank you for sharing via the #HomeMattersParty