I have always loved Dr. Seuss’ fun and quirky books.
When I taught in the classroom I would share a few of my favorite books each March to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
As a homeschooler I love spreading the celebration through the whole month. We have enjoyed many of his timeless classics year after year, followed by Dr. Seuss-inspired crafts, activities, and even a few fun treats.
Dr. Seuss books go beyond just preschooler books. I would read Sneetches each year to my middle school students; it is perfect for discussing prejudice.
We have done numerous Dr. Seuss learning activities to go with some of our favorite books.
Dr. Seuss Book Activities
Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? — book activities, including printable
Hop on Pop! — simple activities preschoolers will love
In a People House — activities and craft
The characters in the Dr. Seuss books are wacky and fun. They inspire some of the best kid crafts.
Dr. Seuss Book Crafts
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