Dr. Seuss Activities for Kids

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If you are looking for some Dr. Seuss Activities to celebrate Read Across America Day, you’ve come to the right place. Even though Dr. Seuss has never been one of my personal favorites, it’s impossible not to appreciate an author who has inspired so many children to read! Lots of lovely bloggers linked up some creative Dr. Seuss-inspired activities to last week’s The Children’s Bookshelf linky.

Posts featured in the clickable collage, above:

What’s your favorite way to celebrate Dr. Seuss.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring our activities! My little guy is thrilled about it!

  2. thanks for the feature this week:-)

  3. Barbara Mojica says:

    Thank you so much. These are great motor and cognitive activities.

  4. It’s interesting for me to meet another not-so-much-for-Suess blogger. I totally agree that I love what he’s done for millions of kids worldwide. But his own books tend not to grab me. P.D.Eastman’s, on the other hand, do.

    • MomandKiddo says:

      Sometimes I feel like I shouldn’t admit that I’m not a Seuss fan, but now I’m owning it! But I can’t argue with his popular appeal and that is a great thing for books and reading.

  5. Great round up! Thanks for including our Weekly Library Challenge post. I am sharing another Dr. Seuss post this week. I really love this linky!

  6. How fun to see our post featured this week! Thanks so much! I have to admit that a few years ago, I would not have listed Dr. Seuss as one of my favorite children’s authors either, but I have since changed my mind! At that time, I had not read some of his (in my opinion) better works, and, like you said, he is so great for the early readers. My four-year-old loves figuring out all his made up words.

  7. I love your feature this week. I felt inspired so I linked in an older review of The Lorax! Have a great week! :-)

  8. Impressive collection of activities. Like you, I am a little too lazy to actually implement them, but this kind of post was invaluable to me a few years back :)

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