Friends, it’s that time of year again when we celebrate the creative genius of Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss. Can you imagine a world without Green Eggs & Ham, the Cat in the Hat, or the Grinch? Learning to count without one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish? The works of Dr. Seuss have been teaching and inspiring young minds for more than 60 years, and that’s something worth honoring. Here are a few ways you can celebrate with your kids or even by yourself!
First, for the grownups in the crowd, here is a fun and free hand lettered printable I created in Seussical style…I think he would approve.
To use it, just click the link below and download the file to your computer or other device. Then, print it out, pop it in a frame, and enjoy!
Here are some other projects you might enjoy; just click the title to see a full photo tutorial.
Grab one or both of these original hand lettered bookmark designs and print out as many as you like!
These are a great little gift for kiddos; make them for your own children or as a treat for the whole class!
Transform your favorite Seuss quotes into home decor with this simple tutorial.
All you need for this cute and quick project is a cardboard tube, cardstock, and colored Duck tape!
Little folks will enjoy this playful game that reinforces rhyming words. I confess, this photo of baby Little Crafter makes my heart hurt just a little…how is it possible that this was five years ago?!
I hope you’ve found something here to help you in your own Seussical celebrations! Happy rhyming & reading…remember, “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child!”