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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Crafts, Party Treats, and More to Help You Celebrate

Dr. Theodore Geisl, better known as Dr. Seuss, will be celebrated all over the world next week for his birthday on March 2nd! He was legendary for his time as a children’s book writer with his zany and colorful stories.

My favorite Dr. Seuss book is Oh, the Places You’ll Go! This book is chock full of wisdom and truth for children of all ages.

What’s your favorite Dr. Seuss book?

Make sure this year to take this chance to celebrate such an important children’s author! Without further adieu, here are some fun Dr. Seuss crafts, party ideas, treats and kid activities for you to enjoy with your little ones!

  • Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! 1 of 16
    Dr. Seuss Activities 1

    If you're not a fan already of Dr. Seuss these activities are sure to win you over!   You'll find Crafts, Party Treats, and More to Help You Celebrate

  • A Dr. Seuss-Inspired Craft 2 of 16
    dr. seuss bookmark

    This simple pom pom bookmark is easy to assemble (and I especially love how practical it is). All you need to make this fun pom pom is yarn! 

    Get instructions from One Krieger Chick

  • One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish… Treat 3 of 16
    Dr. Seuss Snacks

    Who doesn't love jello? This is the perfect snack to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. I love to make fun jello snacks when I have a large crowd to feed.

    Get instructions from Inspired by Familia

  • Lorax Treat 4 of 16
    lorax treat

    The Lorax is "shortish and brownish and oldish and mossy and spoke with a voice that was sharpish and bossy."  He is such a fun character, making these snacks even more adorable.

    Get instructions from Embrace My Space

  • Truffula Trees 5 of 16
    truffula tree toppers

    I love how whimsical Truffula trees are, and these definitely take the cake! If you're not a baker, buy some already made from the grocery store and then add the fun trees. 

    Get instructions from Hank and Hunt

  • Thing One and Thing Two Photo Board 6 of 16
    Thing one and thing two activity

    Photo board areas are perfect time fillers at gatherings for your guest who are early or for those who don't want to join the crowd and need something to do. 

    Get instructions from Inspired by Familia

  • "I Can Read with My Eyes Shut" Craft 7 of 16
    dr. seuss activity

    Make some cool glasses out of pipe cleaners after you read I Can Read with My Eyes Shut! These are also super fun as photo props for your little ones classroom or a party.

    Get instructions from I Can Teach My Child

  • Dr. Seuss Photo Booth 8 of 16
    dr. seuss photo booth

    Here's another super cute photo booth idea that's easy to put together at the last minute. Teachers, this is so simple that you can easily make this a center for your classroom during Dr. Seuss Birthday week.

    Get instructions from Catch My Party

  • Pin the Hat on the Cat Game 9 of 16
    pin the hat on the cat

    Kids love pin the tail type of games — this is a great idea to get your little ones moving and guessing.  

    Get instructions from Topsy Turvy

  • Lorax Chocolate Mustache 10 of 16
    lorax mustache

    These Lorax chocolate mustaches are awesome! I recently just made these, and I must tell you, they were super easy and I can't believe that I haven't ever used them as party favors.  

    Get instructions from The Hostess with the Mostess

  • Dr. Seuss Game 11 of 16
    dr. seuss game and craft

    My toddler loved playing this game and making his little fishies! It's a great activity to improve their fine motor and counting skills.

    Get instructions from Inspired by Familia

  • Dr. Suess Lunch Notes 12 of 16
    dr seuss lunch notes

    Puts these adorable notes in your child's lunch to brighten up their day with a Dr. Seuss quote! I can't wait to surprise my son with these fun lunch notes.

    Get instructions from Inspired by Familia

  • Dr. Seuss Party Food 13 of 16
    dr. seuss party

    Simple details can really add a nice touch to your party. The popcorn cup is just a disposable cup with popcorn in it, but the tissue paper and tags made it pretty!

    Get instructions from Kara's Party Ideas

  • Dr. Seuss Bingo Game 14 of 16
    dr. seuss bingo

    These free bingo cards are sure to keep your kids occupied! You can download the cards and the calling cards printables for free, so hop on over there.

    Get instructions from Circus Berry.

  • Dr. Seuss Inspired Breakfast 15 of 16
    dr. seuss breakfast

    In our home, we like to have breakfast for dinner. If being creative in the morning is not an option due to time constraints, make these fun pancakes for dinner.

    Get instructions from Make Myself At Home

  • Dr. Seuss Party Decor 16 of 16
    dr. seuss party decor

    This is an example of simple and beautiful party decor. That's the lovely thing about Dr. Seuss party themes, you don't need much to make it beautiful since the colors in his books are rich and bold. 

    Get instructions from Nesting Instincts

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