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Bring your favorite Dr. Seuss stories to life with a craft! These Dr Seuss painting activities are perfect for kids of all ages. Pick your favorite and let your kids get crafty!
Whether you’re looking for a Dr. Seuss’ ABC Book, a salt dough craft, or blow painting, you’ll find them all (and more) below. Some of these require very little prep. Others are a little more in depth. All of them are sure to engage your kids and inspire them to read their favorite Dr. Seuss books!
You’ll find crafts for some of Dr. Seuss’s most popular stories and a few of his lesser-known works. No matter what you’re reading, you’ll find a fun painting activity to go along with it below.
Dr Seuss Painting Activities
Have your kids tried blow painting yet? They’re sure to love blow-painting some hair on Thing 1 and Thing 2!
I’m not sure I’ve seen anything cuter than this Dr. Seuss-inspired Thing 1 and Thing 2 handprint art activity!
Pull some plastic forks out of your craft closet, and let your little ones try making some Dr. Seuss-inspired fork painted Truffula Trees.
Crafting doesn’t get any easier than painting with corks. Gather a few, and your kids can make some cork-painted red fish and blue fish.
This Dr. Seuss-inspired handprint fish canvas will look great hanging in your classroom or homeschool room.
Combine handprint crafts and cardboard tube crafts when you and your students make some Thing 1 and Thing 2 handprint crafts.
Fingerprint art is a low-prep activity you can do with students of all ages. They’ll love making a Cat in the Hat fingerprint mosaic.
This Lorax paper plate craft is sure to be a hit with your little readers. Use felt, craft foam, or construction paper to make his facial features.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a Thing 1 and Thing 2 handprint canvas craft. It’s perfect for Seuss’s birthday or the birthday of a loved one.
Try your hand at making microwave salt dough, and use it to make a handprint Lorax craft.
Which one of these Dr Seuss painting activities will you and your kids do first?