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Easy Dr. Seuss Crafts & Snacks


March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday and if you are looking for a few quick and easy Dr. Seuss crafts and snack ideas to celebrate then I have four to share with you today.

Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these super easy Dr. Seuss crafts and snacks. So much fun for little hands to get involved with too. #DrSeuss #HandPrintCrafts #Snacks #DrSeussCrafts #DrSeussTreats


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Reading was always a part of our nightly routine with our daughter and Dr. Seuss was one of our favorites. He is a classic!


These snacks and craft ideas will be perfect for celebrating Dr. Seuss’s day.

Easy Dr. Seuss Snacks

Strawberry & Vanilla {the red hat} Parfait & Hat Kabobs

Ingredients you will need:

  • Strawberries (for both)
  • Vanilla Yogurt (for the parfait)
  • Marshmallows (for the kabobs)

Directions for making the Parfaits and Hat Kabobs

For both the parfait and kabobs you are going to go back and forth and layering on the ingredients.


The parfait with the yogurt and strawberries and the hat kabobs with strawberries and marshmallows.


It is that simple for a fun and yummy treat.

Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these super easy Dr. Seuss crafts and snacks. So much fun for little hands to get involved with too.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these super easy Dr. Seuss crafts and snacks. So much fun for little hands to get involved with too.



Easy Dr. Seuss Crafts

Thing 1 and Horton Hears A Who Handprint Crafts

Supplies you will need:

Directions for creating a Thing 1 Handprint Craft

Thing 1 was created by using red paint on all your fingers (except your ring finger) and the palm of your hand.

Try to spread your pinkie and thumb wide enough so it creates the arms.


Once you let that part dry you can paint on the belly area with white paint.


The head requires blue paint on all of your fingers and white paint on the palm of your hand.


After everything is all dry then go back in with a sharpie and draw on the face and thing 1 (or 2 if you want).



Directions for creating a Horton Hears a Who Handprint Craft

This craft was created by tracing your handprint and then drawing on the face, ears, tail, etc.


It was then colored with markers and crayons. I used lettered stickers for the quote but you could just use markers instead.


Remember your Horton doesn’t have to be perfect, just use your best artistic interpretation.



These four crafts and snacks are really easy but lots of fun. Who doesn’t like finger painting right?


You can find even more fun Dr. Seuss ideas both food and craft related over on my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board.

Even more easy Dr. Seuss crafts and snack ideas that you don’t want to miss!


Holly Lefevre

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

How did Dr. Seuss's birthday sneak up on my - fun an simple ideas I can surprise my daughters class with. Thanks!

Jennifer

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

I've started collecting vintage Dr. Suess books for when my niece comes to visit me :) I can't wait to read them to her :D