Dr. Seuss Crafts & Activities

We’re having so much fun celebrating Dr. Seuss–reading lots of fun Seuss books, coloring some pictures, watching some “Cat in the Hat”, and making a few fun crafts:

 and Thing 1 and Thing 2 handprints (inspired by this Stuff by Ash post)!
Aren’t they SO cute?! I love them! :)
In the post about “Reading Week“, I shared quite a few Seuss-tastic sites from which to get fun Dr. Seuss activity ideas. But, I also wanted to highlight some of the great things floating around the “blogosphere”. Here are some of my favorites:

 Adorable Horton clovers from First Born Insanity.
A Lorax Truffula Forest from Frugal Family Fun!
A “Ten Apples Up on Top” early preschool counting activity from I Can Teach My Child.
Simply adorable Seuss blocks from Sugar Bee Craft Edition.
 Make an easy Cat in the Hat headband from Roots and Wings.
Or, if you are looking for a fancier Cat Hat, try this one from Mama Lusco!
And, if you’re looking for a whole unit’s worth of activities, 2 Teaching Mommies and What the Teacher Wants have developed great ones, complete with free printables for you!! Fantastic!
**POST UPDATE: If you’re looking for even more crafts & activities ideas, I’ve rounded up “the ultimate Dr. Seuss ideas list” with over 75 crafts, activities, and fun foods included. Click here ——> Dr. Seuss list

If you’ve made any Seuss-tastic things, please leave a comment & share!!


  1. Zen Mama says

    I made thing 1 and thing 2 with my preschool class today! Great ideas! Found you through Deb Chitwood…

  2. Rachel at Sun Scholars says

    Thanks so much for linking up to For the Kids Fridays! I can't wait to see what you have next week!

    :)rachel at SunScholars.blogspot.com

  3. says

    I LOVE this post, Sara! I actually consulted your ideas as I made my “S is for Seuss” unit! You always do such fun things with your family–you are the cutest mom! So many things here I want to try! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!


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