Create an adorable sandwich inspired by Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat. What a fun way to celebrate this classic […]
Dr. Seuss books have been entertaining kids for years and will continue to do so for generations to come. We’re continuously […]
Celebrate the magical stories of Dr. Seuss with a fun felt storyboard. Children will love to change out the scenes […]
Create story starting blocks with images from classic Dr. Seuss books. Children can roll the blocks and create their own […]
To celebrate Dr. Seuss, we’ve magically stuck the Cat’s Hat into a loaf of bread! Kids of all ages will […]
Follow up a reading of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax by making Truffula Tree Cake Pops! They’re easy to make and […]
Make a healthy snack that looks just like Dr. Seuss’ beloved character, The Lorax. The cutting should be done by […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these Wocket in My Pocket Cupcakes. They’re super fun to make and eat.
Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss with Cat in the Hat push pop copcakes! These treats are adorable and easy […]
Make a cardboard tube Cat in the Hat craft to go along with Dr Seuss’ beloved books. It’s easy to […]
Get lost in the fun in Dr. Seuss City! Turn household recyclables into a fun play place, just in time […]
Make a precious keepsake wall art while celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday with this Thing 1, 2, 3 Handprint Art! Follow […]
Bake some large round cookies, frost with a cream cheese filling and decorate with fruit to look like a Swirly […]
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.
We’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’ Birthday with Thing 1 and Thing 2! Create these familiar faces by painting your child’s hand […]
Our Cat in the Hat and Thing finger puppets turn a reading story into a play! Made from pipe cleaners, […]
Kids will get a kick out of making the Cat jump out of his hat with this fun craft made […]
Turn empty milk cartons into awesome planters inspired by Dr. Seuss’ Thing 1 and Thing 2. This craft is fun […]
Fans of Dr. Seuss’ classic “Ten Apples Up on Top” will love this activity that is fun to make and […]
Need a quick costume for a pair of siblings or friends? DIY Thing 1 and Thing 2 shirts, featuring the […]
These slime jars are so cute. They’re a fun and easy gift kids can make and give at Christmas.
Make this easy Dr. Seuss Costume Sneetches costume in just minutes. It works great as a single costume or with […]
Make an inspirational sign featuring the wisdom of Dr. Seuss. It’s perfect for a classroom, playroom or bedroom.
Make your own temporary tattoos inspired by Dr. Seuss! The printable includes the Cat In the Hat hat, The Lorax […]
These quick and easy Seuss-inspired pencil toppers are perfect for favors or reading incentives. You can put them together by […]
Love Dr. Seuss’ classic story, How The Grinch Stole Christmas? Create your very own Grinch with an empty cardboard tube.
Dr. Seuss Quote Sign “Why Fit In When You Were Born to Stand Out” – perfect for a playroom or […]
Dr. Seuss Gift in a Jar for Teachers — a fun 15 minute craft that will make a great gift […]
Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Treats — a quick 10 minute 2 ingredient treat that you can whip […]
Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages — free printable coloring pages for the kids and Read Across America Day.
These three snacks are each inspired by a different Dr. Seuss classic. The tutorial includes the printable.
Serve a tasty lunch inspired by Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Fun and easy!
These tasty Truffula Tree Cupcakes are the perfect treat to follow Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Cute and fun!
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with this sweet treat: cookies that look like green eggs. Fun, easy, and tasty!
Here’s a fun activity to do after reading Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Young children practice fine motor skills, counting and […]
Did you know Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd? Give your kids a fun craft to celebrate with by making […]
Print the free frames with a great Dr. Seuss Quote and what the kids have fun coloring and hanging up […]
Have some Dr. Seuss fun with these edible Cat in the Hat push-up pops!
I cannot eat them Sam I Am, I cannot eat Green Eggs and Ham! Serve up a fun Dr. Seuss-inspired […]
Upcycle a tin can into a cute “Cat in the Hat” wrapped yarn masterpiece. Add some pom pom decorated pencils […]
Finger painting and stamping, create a simple art work of the Lorax Trees for Dr. Seuss week!
These DIY Dr. Seuss themed photo props are easy to make and are great for kids to ham it up […]
A last-minute solution for an easy Dr. Seuss day costume. So easy and fun that the kids can make it […]
Yummy THINGS you can eat and while celebrating the awesomeness of Dr. Seuss!
Celebrate Seuss with this fun Cat in the Hat treat holder made from a recycled toilet paper roll!
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 […]
Travel time will pass quickly when the kids play with Dr. Seuss themed I-Spy bags. This project is a bit […]
Make a mustache matching game out of felt and magnets. A fun matching activity. Tie it into the Lorax and […]
Make a sock puppet featuring Dr. Seuss’ beloved Fox in Socks. A fun project for Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) […]
Make Dr. Seuss magnets as a fun matching game for an early reader. A perfect activity for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Use this printable to learn how to draw one of the most beloved villains of all time – the Grinch. […]
Make this easy Paper Plate Aquarium based on One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. A fun project for […]
Here’s a craft and small worlds play to go along with Dr. Seuss’s “If I Ran the Zoo”. Cute cages […]
Do you have a young reader? Why not make this fun Dr. Seuss inspired reading chart to track their progress! […]
This is a great project for decorating your child’s bedroom or nursery walls. You’ll need some canvas and some reusable […]
June, the beginning of summer! We’ve had plenty of great projects come through Fun Family Crafts, and the top 5 […]