Dr. Seuss Activities and Lesson Plans

Dr. Seuss Activities

I simply can’t imagine an early childhood classroom without the magic of Dr. Seuss! I read Hop on Pop as a child until the pages fell out of the book. They are SO GREAT for reading practice for my kids, because they are so easy, yet so much fun to read.

Theodor Seuss Geisel was a fascinating man that was famous for more than children’s books during his career. He was also a political cartoonist and advertising illustrator, and ironically enough, has never won a Caldecott Medal or Newbery Medal. To which I say, WTH?! We can celebrate his achievements ourselves by making March 2 a fun Dr. Seuss day – that was his birthday.

Be sure to also check out our page for The Lorax activities, games and lesson plans, too!

Dr. Seuss Activities

Diffendoofer Song Lyrics for Singalong

Bake Many Colored Cookies

Play a Many Colored Game

I Did Something Good Today! (Printable certificate)

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Dr. Seuss Crafts

The Lorax Dr. Seuss Craft

The Lorax Dr. Seuss Craft

Truffula Trees Craft

Cat in the Hat Finger Puppets Craft

Cat in the Hat Finger Puppets Craft

Cat in the Hat craft

Dr. Seuss Printables

Connect the Dots

Find The Cat’s Birthday Hat

Diffendoofer Word Search

Doorknob Hanger

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Horton’s Coloring Page

The Lorax Printable Dominoes

Dr. Seuss Lesson Plans

Cat in the Hat Lesson Plans

Hop on Pop Lesson Plans

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Lesson Plans

10 Apples Up On Top Lesson Plans

The Lorax Lesson Plans

Dr. Seuss Teaching Ideas

Teaching With Favorite Dr. Seuss Books

Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Teacher’s Guide

Seussville Teacher’s Guide

You might also like our Where the Wild Things Are activities and Harry Potter activities!

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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