Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday, March 2nd, with these awesome and easy Dr. Seuss crafts, treats, activities and more.
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March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday so if you’re gearing up to Celebrate D. Seuss Day like we are, you’ll want to see these awesome Dr. Seuss Crafts!
Scroll through this list of fun and creative ideas and pick out a few to share with your family.
We love Dr. Seuss in our house from the books to the movies.
Check out these awesome Dr. Seuss Activity Blocks – way fun!! My kids have LOVED them – all ages can find fun things to learn and do with them. – Sugar Bee Crafts
Green Eggs and Ham Pretzels – A little twist on Green Eggs and Ham. A cute treat for St. Patrick’s Day or Dr. Suess’ birthday for preschool or an after school treat. – The Girl Who Ate Everything
Lorax Nutter Butter Cookies
(This site is no longer active but the overall idea is still adorable and fairly easy to replicate.)
Here are some items you might want to have on hand:
- Everyday Dinnerware Paper Plate
- Wiggle Eyes Assorted Sizes
- Chenille Stems/Pipe Cleaners Assorted Colors
- Melissa & Doug Sticker Collection – Alphabet and Numbers
- Premium Color Card Stock
- Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint Set
- Bamboo Skewers
- Terracotta Pot Clay Pots 4”
- Perler Beads Multi-Mix Colors
Although these crafts and treats are perfect for celebrating Dr. Seuss, so is reading all of his wonderful stories.
If you don’t own them then you should definitely check them out. Here are just a few of our favorites.
The many memorable characters, fun limericks, and illustrations that Dr. Seuss created have made reading fun for so many generations.
Take a little time to honor the man who brought us books we will forever love like Green Eggs and Ham, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and of course The Cat in the Hat.
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