Instant download of 6 different Dr. Seuss worksheets for kids to do including a word search, crossword, and more fun activities!
The beloved Dr. Seuss… I have so many fond memories of reading Dr. Seuss books as a child and then reading them all to my own children.
My favorite Dr. Seuss book was Green Eggs and Ham and my kiddo’s favorite Dr Seuss books were Cat in the Hat, Lorax, and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.
There are so many great Dr. Seuss books that it is really hard to pick just one favorite book! Our elementary school always had a Dr. Seuss’ birthday party for the kids and a ton of fun Dr. Seuss activities and free printables.
So in honor of Seuessville and Dr. Seuss’s genius that started with And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, today I have 6 Dr. Seuss worksheets that will keep the kids or students engaged and learning at the same time!
Ways to Use Dr. Seuss Worksheets
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You really can use these Dr. Seuss printables any time, but one of the best times is around Dr. Seuss’s birthday which is March 2nd aka Dr. Seuss Day and Read Across America Day!
If you are a teacher, homeschool Mom, or just a Dr. Seuss fan then having a Dr. Seuss party with a few easy DIY decorations would be a fun way to celebrate and make learning fun!
I made a ton of Dr. Seuss decorations for our Dr. Seuss theme bingo night at school. I love the whimsical look of Seussville themed decor and the library even kept the truffula trees and signs up on the bulletin boards year round.
Horton from Horton Hatches is my favorite character so of course I had to make a large cut out of him (and I did it with a cell phone and box projector!) He’s so stinking cute!
Have the party one day or spread it out over the Read Across America week or even a month while lesson plans can include reading a different Dr. Seuss book each day along with completing one Dr. Seuss activity sheet each day.
Amazon has a lot of great Dr. Seuss box sets if you are in need of some. This box set has some funny classics such as The Foot Book and There’s a Wocket in my Pocket.
Or leave the Dr. Seuss worksheets out during morning time for kindergarteners or elementary school aged students to work on as they like.
What’s Included in Dr. Seuss Printable Pack
Let’s take a quick look at the activity worksheets included in the PDF file of free Dr. Seuss printables.
First, there is a Who was Dr. Seuss informational worksheet about when and where Theodor Seuss Geisel was born.
If kids can read and write, they can read the short biography paragraph and then answer the questions by writing on the lines. If not, then a parent or teacher can read and help them!
Then there is a Dr. Seuss crossword puzzle all with the names of his most famous books.
The next activity will keep the children busy by looking around the room finding items that start with each letter in Fox in Socks and Cat in the Hat. For an extra learning activity, you can then have them put the words in alphabetical order!
And instead of color by number coloring page, there is a color the rhyme printable. The kids will have a colored picture of the famous red and white hat at the end and helps with fine motor skills!
Students will learn about body parts when they label Thing One and then color him in.
And lastly is a Dr. Seuss word search. This is probably better for older students but any age can try it (I’m sure there are first grade students that would love it!!
Free Printable Dr. Seuss Activity Pages Download
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Simply click on the download button below and print out the black and white Dr. Seuss workbook on a home or school printer.
If you would like even more Dr. Seuss’ birthday ideas check out the word family hat project from thisreadingmama.com and Dr. Seuss paper bag puppets from kidscraftroom.com. If you are in need of an art project, I love this Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins activity from mommylessons101.com!
And if you are a Grinch fan, make sure to check out all my fun Grinch inspired Christmas decor.
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