10 Beloved Dr. Seuss Books & Coordinating Activities
Kids books are a weakness for us Chicks. We each have an extensive home library. One of our all time favorite authors is Dr. Seuss. Here we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Dr. Seuss books along with some fun activities to go along with each book.
This is a classic! We love the Cat in the Hat and all the Mischief that ensues when the Cat visits! Kids will love making their own cat in the hat puppet like the one below using a toilet paper roll!
Cat in the Hat Craft on Stuff by Ash
This is one of my kids first books they could learn to read on their own. Love the rhyme and repetition for little readers. We love reading it on St. Patrick’s Day too. So many fun “green snacks” you can make like the pretzel bites below.
We love this classic and the kids love the Fish Theme!
Love this rhyming classic! Try this fun game of Hop on Pop Hopscotch!
Try making little goody bags of Truffula Tree Seeds. To go along with reading the book or watching the adapted movie.
This Oobleck is awesome! Your kids will love reading this classic and then making their own “Oobleck!”
This beloved classic is not only a fun read and clever tale, but it teaches a great message to little readers! Try making these adorable Sneetch Footprints!
Yertle the Turtle is a classic. Try making these adorable stacking turtles below…with green and blue paper!
Who doesn’t LOVE Horton! This adorable elephant saves the WHOS! Kids will love making a mini Horton of their own like the darling one below!
Want more!? You can find the rest of our Week of Dr. Seuss activities here.
Still want more, you won’t want to miss our past Summer Survival Series.