One Fish, Two Fish Dr. Seuss DIY Bath Toy Fish

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We’re back with another quick Dr. Seuss inspired craft as part of our Seuss craft lightning week! You can catch up to see our easy Dr. Seuss puzzle and our Dr. Seuss “read” quote printable that have already been shared, along with over 30 other great Dr. Seuss crafts that can be done in 15 minutes or less! Today, I’m adding some fun Seuss-inspired bath toys to the list! Easy One Fish Two Fish Craft“One fish two fish red fish blue fish” is one of my favorite Seuss classics. And, since reading aloud to the kids during bathtime is something that’s really easy to do, I thought it would be fun to make some little Seuss fish to go with the book! Did you know that the “foamies” sheets actually stick to the bathtub when wet?! We have store-bought letter & number bath toys, but by using the foam sheets you can create any themed shapes you want! DIY Foam Bath ToysThese are super easy to make. If you’re not confident in your free-hand drawing skills, then find an image online of the fish. Enlarge & print. Then, cut out & use as a template to cut your foam! That’s it! If you want your foam fish to look a little more cartoon-ish, then use a sharpie to draw on some details. Dr. Seuss Bath StoryboardOnce you get them wet, they cling to the bathtub! Instead of a felt storyboard, you’ve got a fun bathtime storyboard! Super fun for the kids! Now, how about some other fun Seuss-inspired quick crafts?!

Let’s start with another storyboard idea…but this one on felt! How cute is this Horton Hatches an Egg felt board from Laura’s Crafty Life?! Dr.-Seuss-Craft-Horton-Hatches-the-Egg-Lauras-Crafty-LifeIf you’re throwing a Dr. Seuss party, this cute Seuss party centerpiece from Frog Prince Paperie is perfect. Love it! Seuss Party CenterpieceHow about a Dr. Seuss snack? This Lorax veggie tray from my friend Karen at Desert Chica is so clever! Lorax-Veggie-SnackIf you have some Dr. Seuss fabric, these DIY Journals from Happy Go Lucky would be adorable to make! Dr.-Seuss-NotebookFor more fun, kids would love making these wooden spoon crazy animals from Scrappy Chick! Dr. Seuss Crazy AnimalsThis mason jar mini Dr. Seuss hat from co-host Country Chic Cottage would be a great teacher gift around Dr. Seuss’ birthday! sew-a-mini-dr-seuss-hat-for-the-top-of-a-mason-jar-013There’s also some cute printables like this one from Craftily Ever After…dr-seuss-printable-quote…and this one from Pet Scribbles! Dr.-Seuss-Quote-480x600Fun! Stay tuned for one more day this week of Dr. Seuss fun!

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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!


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