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Celebrate Dr Seuss Birthday Activities [Printable Name Craft]

As we approach March, it’s time to start thinking about Dr. Seuss Day! These celebrate Dr Seuss birthday activities shared below are perfect for these! This beloved holiday celebrates the birthday of the famous author and illustrator, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom.

These celebrate Dr Seuss birthday activities shared below are perfect for these! This beloved holiday celebrates the birthday of the famous author and illustrator, and it's a wonderful opportunity to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom.

See this super fun printable to work on names, cutting basic shapes and more below.

I’ve gathered some ideas that I think you and your students will love. Here are some fun and educational activities to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss Day with your class:

Read Dr. Seuss Books This one seems obvious, but it’s still worth mentioning!

Find ten of the best fun Leprechaun picture books outlined in this post specifically suited to special education and preschool students.

Dr. Seuss Day is the perfect opportunity to revisit some classic books like “The Cat in the Hat,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” and “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”

You could read the books aloud to your students or have them take turns reading to the class.

Work on some fun alphabet activities with Seuss cards.

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Create Your Own Seussian Characters Dr. Seuss was famous for his quirky and imaginative characters, so why not have your students create their own?

You could give them some prompts to help them get started, like “Design a character that lives on a cloud” or “Create a creature with ten legs.”

Encourage your students to get creative and think outside the box!

Seuss-Inspired Writing Prompts Another great way to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day is to have your students write their own stories inspired by his books.

Preschool and even toddlers will love these easy to make a leprechaun craft paperplate. The instructions for the full craft template is below to help you make the cutest leprechaun craft.

Easy paperplate leprechaun craft for toddlers and preschoolers.

You could give them writing prompts like “Write a story about a mischievous cat” or “Imagine a world where everything is made of food.” The possibilities are endless!

Seussical Crafts There are so many fun and easy crafts you can do to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day.

Check out this super cute printable craft to make name hats. See the instructions + the printable name template below.

These celebrate Dr Seuss birthday activities shared below are perfect for these! This beloved holiday celebrates the birthday of the famous author and illustrator, and it's a wonderful opportunity to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom.

You could have your students make their own Cat in the Hat hats using construction paper and glue, or create Truffula Trees out of pipe cleaners and pom poms.

These crafts are not only fun, but they can also help improve fine motor skills and creativity.

Seussical Snacks Finally, no Dr. Seuss Day celebration would be complete without some Seuss-inspired snacks!

You could make “Green Eggs and Ham” by dying scrambled eggs green, or create “Cat in the Hat” fruit kabobs using strawberries, bananas, and marshmallows.

Your students will love these fun and tasty treats.

Seuss Printable Name Hat Craft

This super cute craft is one that I LOVE for working on fine motor, names and letters in names.

How to make this printable Seuss name hat:

These celebrate Dr Seuss birthday activities shared below are perfect for these! This beloved holiday celebrates the birthday of the famous author and illustrator, and it's a wonderful opportunity to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom.

Step 1: Print out as many hat templates as you need for the number of students you have.

Step 2: draw lines on it and then have the kids write the letters onto each section to make the letters in their name in order.

Step 3: You could choose to cut and paste the red and white strips shown on the template or cut and paste red and white paper to make this and save ink.

Step 4: Insert head picture profiles into PowerPoint and then cut them out for kids to glue underneath the large display hat.

You could actually hang these on a bulletin board too!

Get the template below!

Dr Seuss Birthday Activities [Printable Name Craft]

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These celebrate Dr Seuss birthday activities shared below are perfect for these! This beloved holiday celebrates the birthday of the famous author and illustrator, and it's a wonderful opportunity to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom.

Dr Seuss Name Hat Craft

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