Dr. Seuss Mania: Throw a Party, Plan a Ball, You Can Do It One and All!Ole & Shaina Olmanson
It’s Dr. Seuss’ birthday this Friday, March 2nd. I’m a huge Dr. Seuss fan, and I absolutely adore the books. Not only are they fun to read, but they teach important, positive life lessons, and they’re perfect for sparking creativity in kids. From The Cat in the Hat to Green Eggs and Ham to The Lorax (the film opens on Friday, Dr. Seuss’ 108th birthday!) his stories live on through the generations.
Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.
Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops 1 of 16
Beezle-Nut Juice 2 of 16
Lorax Bento Box 3 of 16
Green Eggs and Ham Crepes 4 of 16
Butter Battle Compound Butters 5 of 16
Thing 1 Thing 2 Cupcakes 6 of 16
One Fish Two Fish Snack Mix 7 of 16
Star Belly Sneetches 8 of 16
One Fish Two Fish Jiggle Cups 9 of 16
Pink Yink Drink 10 of 16This one, I think, is called a Yink.
He likes to wink, he likes to drink.
He likes to drink, and drink, and drink.
The thing he likes to drink is ink.
The ink he likes to drink is pink.
He likes to wink and drink pink ink.
SO... if you have a lot of ink,
then you should get a Yink, I think.
-Dr. Seuss, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Make Pink Yink Drink via The Perfect Pantry
Dr. Seuss Lunch 11 of 16
Schlopp with a Cherry on Top 12 of 16
Yertle the Turtle Caramels 13 of 16
Hop on Pop Popcorn 14 of 16We are all a little weird, and life's a little weird,
And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours,
We join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
Make Hop on Pop Popcorn
Thing 1 Thing 2 Jell-O 15 of 16
Seussical Placemats 16 of 16Perfect for replacing those old, worn titles with new, these placemats will keep kids entertained at the dinner table as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters stare up at them and cheer them on through mealtime.
Make Storybook Placemats via Real Simple
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