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Dr. Seuss books are classics! There are so many to choose from. This rhyming text and non-sensical words draw kids in from page one.
After reading your child’s favorite Dr. Seuss book (for maybe the hundredth time), let them try their hand at making one of more of these Dr Seuss crafts. With so many to choose from, how will you ever decide which one to start with?
17 Dr Seuss Crafts
Most of these crafts can be made with items you probably already have. Which one will you start with?
Thing 1 & 2 Dr Seuss Craft | Kids will love blow painting the hair on their Things 1 and 2! When they’re done, you can frame them and put them on display.
Dr Seuss Inspired Truffula Trees | Check out the unique painting tool that kids can use to create their very own Truffula trees!
Horton Hears A Who Craft | Oh my goodness! These Horton crafts are absolutely adorable, and they can be made with items you likely have in your craft closet.
Popsicle Stick Thing 1 & 2 Kid Craft | This Thing 1 and Thing 2 craft is easy to create, and they’re perfect for storytelling and pretend play.
Green Eggs & Ham Art Craft | Crafting doesn’t get much easier than this!
1 Fish 2 Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Craft | Cupcake liner fish “swim” around in a construction paper fish bowl in this easy Dr. Seuss craft.
Dr Seuss Kids Craft Red Fish Blue Fish | Kids will enjoy creating a fish bowl for their fish to swim in.
Dr Seuss Birthday Treats | Whether you’re throwing a Seuss-themed birthday party for your child or you’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday with your students, this tasty treat is the perfect addition to your celebration!
Dr Seuss Slime Cat In The Hat | If your children are as slime-obsessed as my daughter is, they’ll love this Cat in the Hat slime. My daughter can’t wait to try it out.
Cat in The Hat Marshmallow Pops | Here’s another tasty treat for your kids. By using fruit leather for the stripes, these marshmallow pops are super easy to make.
Cat In The Hat Paper Plate Activity | Your students can turn an ordinary paper plate into their very own Cat in the Hat!
Dr Seuss Inspired Fishbowl Craft | Not only will kids enjoy creating this fishbowl craft, but they can then turn it into a fun math activity, as well.
Dr Seuss One Fish Two Fish Jello Cups | Here’s a third tasty treat. You can use Jello Cups or homemade jello for this snack.
Cat In The Hat Number Lines & Sequence Hats | Incorporate this craft into your next math lesson. Kids will practice number order on their Cat in the Hat number lines.
Dr Seuss Lorax Truffela Tree Activity | This craft doubles as a learning activity in which kids can practice counting, identifying colors, and strengthening their fine motor skills.
Cat In The Hat Cookies | One final Seuss-themed snack combines a popular cookie and some tasty fruit.
Dr Seuss Sneetches Foot Print Crafts | I am a sucker for handprint and footprint crafts. These Sneetches are so cute, and will look great on display in your playroom or on the fridge.