Every March we have fun celebrating reading with some of our favorite books.
Over the years we have done numerous Dr. Seuss Crafts & Activities.
These Dr Seuss File Folder Games are fun to play and are easy to store to use year after year.
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Kids learn best when they are having fun. We love incorporating educational games for kids into our homeschool routine.
These Seuss games for kids are perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners. Older kids will love these Dr. Seuss activities for older kids.
If you wish to use these games in the classroom, or with several students for homeschool, you may want to use a laminator to help protect the pieces. The games take up almost no room, and can be stored in their file folders in a cabinet or crate, making them easy to access.
Dr Seuss File Folder Games
The ABC Book File Folder Game — Preschoolers will have fun matching capital and lower case letters together.
Green Eggs & Ham Sight Word Game — Kids will gain familiarity with 50 unique words from the book Green Eggs & Ham. The game will help reading speed and accuracy, while increasing confidence in new readers.
Dr. Seuss Sight Word Game — While not a true file folder game, this simple DIY game can fit easily in a file for storage.
Seuss Land— A colorful game for young kids, played like the classic Candy Land game.
Lorax Math Game — This is perfect for kids who are working on adding or subtracting skills.
One Fish Two Fish Counting Game — Young kids will have fun placing the colorful fish into the fish bowl and then counting to see how many fish there are.
Seuss Tic-Tac-Toe — This printable tic-tac-toe game is a fun way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
10 Apples up on Top File Folder Game — Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun placing the correct number of apples on each animal’s head in this printable game.
These file folder games for Dr. Seuss books will have young kids smiling and learning with some of their favorite characters.