It’s almost here; the day that comes every year. The day that we celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday by taking some time to simply sit down and read – Read Across America Day. The entire week of Dr. Seuss’s birthday schools around the country typically participate in a Dr. Seuss-inspired spirit week. Kids wear silly hats, dress up as their favorite book characters, read their favorite Dr. Seuss books, and more. Some go so far as to do fun and creative crafts, such as the 8 you’ll find here. So whether you’re a teacher looking for kid-friendly crafts, a parent wanting to continue the fun at home, or just a Dr. Seuss fan, these crafts are for you.
3 Free Printable Dr. Seuss Character Hats – via Simple Everyday Mom
“Horton Hears a Who” Toilet Paper Roll Craft – via Artsy Craftsy Mom
Thing 1 & Thing 2 Toilet Paper Roll Craft – via Meraki Mother
“The Cat in the Hat” Sensory Bottle Craft – via The Educators’ Spin On It
“The Lorax” Toilet Paper Roll Craft – via The Inspiration Edit
“Oh, the Place You’ll Go!” Quilled Hot Air Balloon Craft – via Artsy Craftsy Mom
“The Cat in the Hat” Felt Activity – via Living Life and Learning
“The Cat in the Hat” Sensory Tray – via Science Sparks
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