It’s time for a birthday celebration! March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday so let’s celebrate with activities.
Don’t just sit in the house doing nothing at all.
Gather together and let’s have a ball.
These crafts and activities are simple to do.
But you can choose only the ones that will work for you.
Cat in the Hat Activities
Check out these 20 Cat in the Hat Dr, Seuss activities for his birthday you can do even on a cold, cold, wet day. Have fun learning as you play!
Hop on Pop Dr. Seuss Activities
Hop, hop into some fun with these Dr. Seuss activities to go along with Hop on Pop.
- Practice rhyming with this hop on bubble wrap rhyming game shown on Fun Learning for Kids. Hopping is great for gross motor skills, too!
- This hop on pop hopscotch game seen on Coffee Cups and Crayons is also great rhyming practice.
- Try this hop on letters as shown on Paper and Glue to practice letters.
- Step up to this rainbow hop letter sounds as seen on Fun Learning for Kids.
- Hop some more with the hop on pop balloon game as seen on The Frugal Navy Wife. A super energetic Dr. Seuss activity.
- Instead of hopping and popping, grab some popcorn! Try these popcorn sight words available on ObSEUSSed.
- Play ball with this alphabet ball as seen on Hands On As We Grow.
- Create this balloon print bees craft shown on I Heart Crafty Things. Don’t these bees look so much nicer than the three bees in the book?
- Play this spin and rhyme activity shown on No Time for Flashcards to practice words with a Dr. Seuss spin.
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Dr. Seuss Activities
Funny things are everywhere! Bring on the Dr. Seuss silliness with these activities inspired by One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.
- Practice counting with this one fish two fish number match shown on Creative Family Fun.
- Count goldfish in fish tanks with this one fish two fish counting printable available on ObSEUSSed. How many more goldfish will end up in your tummy?
- One of the characters has 11 fingers! But you don’t need that many to try this counting fingerprint fish bubbles craft as seen on School Time Snippets.
- This cupcake liner fish craft seen on I Heart Crafty Things is adorable. Don’t you think?
- Hello, hello? Have fun playing with these paper cup telephones shown on The Craft Train. Will you be able to call Ned in his bed?
- Old, new. Thin, fat. Fast, slow. High, low. Left, right. Opposites are also everywhere in this book! Practice opposites like Dr. Seuss with this opposite words printable activity available on Itsy Bitsy Fun.
- The poor Zeds need a hair cut every day. Practice cutting with this paper bag haircut shown on Hands On As We Grow.
- There aren’t any gacks in town, but that’s okay. Have fun playing this ring toss name recognition game found on Hands On As We Grow instead. Ring the cup instead of ring the gack!
- Mr. Gump has a seven hump wump. You can make a six hump wump with an egg carton as seen on Kitchen Counter Chronicle.
Green Eggs and Ham Dr. Seuss Activities
I could not, would not want to forget Green Eggs and Ham. Make sure to check out these Dr. Seuss birthday activities with your fam. Try them, try them and you may…like them! Yes, you may like them. I say!
- Try something new like these deviled green eggs and ham shown on Craft Play Learn.
- Taste these green eggs and ham pretzel bites as seen on Practically Functional.
- Create a paper plate with green eggs craft as seen on Glued to My Crafts.
- Experiment with this fizzy green experiment explained on Little Bins for Little Hands.
- Practice letters with this plastic egg letter match shown on Mom Wife Busy Life.
- Older kids can practice words with this Dr. Seuss themed green egg word family activity found on BonBon Break.
- Play this green eggs and ham spatula game shown on The Frugal Navy Wife.
- Gather a couple of potatoes for this potato stamped green egg craft shown on Glued to My Crafts.
- Create a marbled painted egg as shown on My Catch a Star Classroom. Where would you not eat them?
What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book?
Bring it out and take a read on Dr. Seuss’s birthday, March 2nd!