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, (sorry!) it’s impossible not to appreciate an author who has inspired so many children to read! Take a look at these fun Dr. Seuss activities to use in your classroom or at home for a little extra nonsense and fun.
- Use our Funny Word Flips game to make nonsense sentences just like Dr. Seuss!
- Growing Book by Book has a fun Red Fish Blue Fish Matching Game
- KC Edventures shares Dr. Seuss Games that Inspire Creativity
- Coffee Cups and Crayons shows you how to play Hop on Pop Hopscotch
- 3 Dinosaurs turns The Lorax into an art project with torn paper Truffala Trees
- Inspiration Laboratories created a sound hunt inspired by Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? and a Yertle the Turtle counting game.
- Buggy and Buddy has a darling Ten Apples Up on Top craft.
- Mama Miss has an awesome DIY math game with printables to go along with One Fish Two Fish
- Here’s a craft for And To Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street from Coffee Cups and Crayons!
- Red Ted Art shows you how to make a quick Cat in the Hat Hat!
- Learn about word families with The Cat in the Hat at Simple Play Ideas.
- How fun are these Thing 1 and Thing 2 planters from Non-Toy Gifts.
- Sunlit Pages made Ooblek after reading Barthlomew and the Ooblek.
- Munchkins and Moms has a Cat in the Hat Painting Activity
- The Lorax inspired these tie-dyed coffee filters at Little Bins for Little Hands
I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells.
Book lists to take you beyond Dr. Seuss activities: