Every year in March, all around the United States, elementary school classrooms celebrate reading and the books of Dr. Seuss.
Young kids have fun listening to some of his wacky books, doing colorful crafts, and participating in a variety of Dr. Seuss Activities.
These Dr Seuss ABC Activities, inspired by some of his most popular books, are perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners.
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These activities can be done in the classroom or at home.
If you are looking for Seuss activities for young learners, you will also want to check out these Dr. Seuss File Folder Games.
Dr Seuss ABC Activities
Cat in the Hat Alphabet Game — Kids will love practicing their ABC’s with this fun printable game. It includes both uppercase and lowercase letters.
Red Fish, Blue Fish ABC Match Up — This fun twist to the classic memory game is a great way for little ones to work on matching upper and lower case letters.
Seuss-Inspired ABC Scavenger Hunt — Send your child on a scavenger hunt for “Seussical” items for each letter of the alphabet.
Printable Make Your Own ABC Book — Kids will have fun creating their own miniature ABC book.
Letter Fun with the Cat in the Hat — This letter game uses that iconic red and white hat that we love to create a fun way to work on letters and the letter sounds.
Gross Motor Activities for the ABC Book — This is such a fun way to go through the ABC Book together! Your child will have fun pretending to be an alligator, being a “lion licking lollipops,” pretending to play violin, and so much more.
Green Eggs and Ham Color Word Eggs — Work on color words, and the letters used in each of those words, with this simple activity that uses plastic eggs.
Phonics Activities — Each inspired by a Dr. Seuss book, these activities are a fun way to help kids begin to recognize the sounds each letter makes and how to put them together when reading.
While many schools will have fun with Dr. Seuss and his books in March, you can do this Dr Seuss ABC activities any time of the year.
For more hands-on early learning activities, including lots of alphabet activities, check out ABCs & 123s.
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