Get inspired by over 25 Dr. Seuss crafts to make for Dr. Seuss Day, a Seussical birthday party, or really anytime for Seuss lovers!
“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” A quote from one of Dr. Seuss’s famous book, Happy Birthday to You, and one of my favorite inspiring quotes!
As you did, I grew up reading Dr. Seuss books and then read them over and over again to my own kids. There is just something about Theodor Seuss Geisel famous books that keeps generations loving them over and over again.
And I love that there is a dedicated Dr. Seuss Day! Dr. Seuss Day is March 2nd every year which happens to be Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
There is no better day or week to make fun Dr. Seuss crafts than on Dr. Seuss’s birthday itself so I wanted to share some adorable Dr. Seuss craft ideas to make your celebration at home or school a little easier!
These Dr Seuss crafts range from simple handprint crafts to wreaths and centerpieces.
Dr. Seuss Crafts and Books
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I always find it best to read the Dr. Seuss book that corresponds with the craft listed below first. If you are missing some of the amazing Dr. Seuss’s books you can find them on Amazon or at your local library:
From all the amazing books Dr. Seuss wrote, there really are a ton of fun and easy Dr. Seuss crafts and activities. Below you will find a few of my favorites from all different books from around the internet.
Simply click on Continue Reading or the title to hop on over to see the step by step tutorials for the Dr. Seuss craft or to download the free printable or template.
Oh the Places You'll Go is probably one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books. Such a great meaning to teach to younger kids and really kids of all ages! Make an adorable hot air balloon craft with a free template.
Green Eggs and Ham was another personal favorite book among the popular Dr. Seuss books. This easy Dr. Seuss activity uses fine motor skills as kids color in the green eggs and ham, cut them out with scissors, and glue them on the plate.
Little kids would love to have their own special handmade shirt to wear.
I hope you found some inspiring Dr. Seuss craft ideas to get your wheels spinning! If you want even more craft ideas for National Read Across America Day check out truffula tree pencils from feelincrafty and Thing 1 and Thing 2 bookmarks from Red Ted Art.
What was your favorite Dr. Seuss book?
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