Serve a tasty lunch inspired by Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. It’s easy to make and such a fun way to […]
Need a quick costume for a pair of siblings or friends? DIY Thing 1 and Thing 2 shirts, featuring the […]
These three snacks are each inspired by a different Dr. Seuss classic. The tutorial includes the printable to make the […]
Use a coffee filter to make your very own Grover. This is a wonderful project to accompany ‘The Monster at […]
Make an adorable craft inspired by Don Freeman’s classic, Corduroy. This fun project helps kids work on shape identification.
Make a simple pocket watch out of cardboard. This fun craft is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.’
Turn a paper plate and colorful paper into a cute mouse. This easy craft is a great accompaniment to ‘If […]
Create story starting blocks with images from classic Dr. Seuss books. Children can roll the blocks and create their own […]
Make a healthy snack that looks just like Dr. Seuss’ beloved character, The Lorax. The cutting should be done by […]
Turn empty cardboard tubes into the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. Follow the directions to make three […]
Make mealtime extra fun with this cute plate based on Eric Carle’s Very Hungry Caterpillar! Read the book together, then […]
Turn a cardboard tube into Chester, the adorable raccoon cub from ‘The Kissing Hand.’ Or leave the heart off for […]
If your little one loves books by Mo Willems, then this is a great construction paper craft for you! The […]
This adorable paper plate craft is the perfect accompaniment to Robert Lopshire’s beloved book, “Put Me in the Zoo.” It’s […]
Make a paper chain caterpillar, inspired by Eric Carle’s beloved book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. A great activity for a […]
Turn two common recyclable materials into an adorable fascinator for Dr. Seuss Day on March 2! It’s so easy to […]
Print off your free Dr. Seuss Bookmark and Reading Log to keep track of all your stories.
Kids will get a kick out of making the Cat jump out of his hat with this fun craft made […]
Turn reading into a game that kids of all ages will love. Learn how to make your own Library Tic-Tac-Toe, […]
Encourage the kids to keep up with their summer reading with these easy, printable corner bookmarks! They’re so cute and […]
Add some crafting fun to your child’s summer reading! Use a paper bag to make an adorable owl inspired by […]
Fans of Dr. Seuss’ classic “Ten Apples Up on Top” will love this activity that is fun to make and […]
Learn how to make peg dolls of Squirrel Nutkin and Owl from the beloved book by Beatrix Potter. The tutorial […]
These cute, no-bake cinnamon dough ornaments are easy to make. Best of all, they smell amazing year after year!
Turn an empty container into Eric Carle’s beloved Very Hungry Caterpillar. Then use it to help kids learn numbers, sight […]
Pair Peggy Rathmann’s “Good Night, Gorilla” with this fun and easy gorilla handprint craft. They’re so cute!
This darling ‘Put Me in the Zoo’ costume is great for Halloween or themed days where you dress like a […]
The pre-made monkey toppers make these cute cupcakes so easy. They’re great fun for a Curious George themed party.
Throw a Harry Potter party that will amaze young wizards and witches. There are ideas for decorations, food, activities, favors, […]
Harry Potter fans will absolutely adore these printable bookmarks. You can choose from Harry, Ron, Hermione, or Dumbledore.
Create an awesome Sorting Hat just like the one from Harry Potter. This paper mache project is great fun for […]
Create a fun collage based on Marcia Brown’s classic book, Stone Soup. It’s the perfect craft to pair with reading […]
Create a house for Corduroy that is inspired by Don Freeman’s beloved book. This project is easy to adapt for […]
This torn paper art project is inspired by ‘Frederick’ by Leo Lionni and encourages kids to imagine Frederick in a […]
Conduct a fun and interesting science experiment to see what factors influence melting. This educational activity is inspired by the […]
Make a beautiful mixed-media Rainbow Fish inspired by Marcus Pfister’s book. Drywall compound provides great texture and is a fun […]
Turn an old sweater into a soft and snuggly owl baby toy. It’s a great project to accompany the story […]
Turn your favorite childhood book into a working clock! It’s a great project to display in a nursery or bedroom, […]
It only takes a few minutes and some craft foam to turn a pencil into Eric Carle’s beloved Very Hungry […]
Turn foam balls into the beloved Very Hungry Caterpillar from the book by Eric Carle. This project makes a great decoration […]
This kid-friendly Rainbow Fish craft is easy to make and so cute. It goes along well with the classic story […]
Make your own Very Hungry Caterpillar from an empty egg carton. Just add paint, googly eyes, pipe cleaner legs and […]
Kids will love making their own version of the storybook favorite, Rainbow Fish! A fun project with lots of room […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) with these beautiful balloons inspired by his classic book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” […]
Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Turn a paper plate and construction paper into an adorable Cat in the Hat. A great way for young children […]
This project was inspired by Audrey Penn’s beloved book “The Kissing Hand.” This would make a wonderful gift for a […]
Create stunning irises inspired by the work of Van Gogh. What a wonderful way to celebrate spring! A great art […]
The next time you share the story of the Three Little Pigs, don’t just tell it, have the children be […]
Preserve your child’s handprint with this adorable Very Hungry Caterpillar wall art! It is easy to make and oh so […]
These Styrofoam look-a-likes look like they jumped right off the pages of Mr. Popper’s Penguins!