A lot less interesting, is all I can say. You rhyme. You invent words. You invent people and places. You give us your imagination so that we can use ours.
I mean, I can’t even.
If you love Seuss as much as we do, you’re probably looking for ways to celebrate his birthday in grand style. Well, lovely readers, the Lit Mama has got the goods.
Really, it’s more than 11 Dr. Seuss activities
Because these bloggers rock, several of these posts have 3 or more ideas to use with Seuss books. There are so many brilliant ideas here that you could have Seuss week and still have some left over. The variety of the books is pretty amazing, too. I hope your favorite is included. Personally, I have trouble picking a favorite. The Lorax, Horton, Fox In Socks, The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham? How’s a mama to choose? How could a little choose? Impossible! Try them all! Craft in a box! Write in your socks! Play all day! Learn something new on the way!
Okay. I’ll stop. I see you getting ready to throw things at me. Just for that, here are some Seuss-y bookmarks. On me. Just click on the pic (I did it again!) and they’ll download. Never say I don’t love ya, no matter how cheesy I may get.
Now, I promised you 11 Sensational Activities. So here they are.
Dr. Seuss Activities
Twisting the Tongue with Fox In Socks – Babies to Bookworms
6 Ways Dr. Seuss Rocks Introductory Reading – Lit Mama Homeschool
If I Ran the Circus. Read. Go. Play. – Bambini Travel
Story Time: Yertle the Turtle – Lit Mama Homeschool
Cat in the Hat Felt Activity – Living Life and Learning
Story Time: The Lorax – Lit Mama Homeschool
One Fish Two Fish Felt Craft – Living Life and Learning
Story Time: Horton Hears a Who – Lit Mama Homeschool
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Celebrate With a Craft – Homebound but Hopeful
Story Time: Green Eggs and Ham – Lit Mama Homeschool
How to Get Kids Excited About Writing Their Own Book – The House That Lalli Built
I’m not making this up–there are so many amazing activities here. I’m so. excited. for Seuss Day to get here!