If your kids enjoy stories by Dr. Seuss and you plan to make Dr. Seuss day (March 2nd) special for them we’ve got a whole lot of Dr Seuss activities and crafts you can do with them.

25 Dr Seuss activities and crafts for little ones
1. This Dr Seuss Wocket in My Pocket coloring and activity pack has so many fun pages in it from KiddyCharts (pictured middle right and top right on square image)

2. All the Horton Hears a Who fans are going to love this Horton craft from Artsy Craftsy Mom (pictured bottom left and bottom left on square image)

3. If Cat in the Hat is their favourite why not make this paper plate craft from Glued to My Crafts

4. You can use puffy paint to make these lovely truffula trees from I Heart Arts n Crafts (pictured bottom right and bottom right on square image)

5. Or use your hand to make Lorax from Fun Handprint Art (pictured top)

6. One Fish, Two Fish? Make this fun craft from I Heart Crafty Things (pictured middle left and top left on square image)

7. You can also use one of his wonderful books to learn about patterns with this fun activity from Teach Preschool

8. Or practice cutting skills with these printables from This Reading Mama

9. This pom pom transfer activity is wonderful from Living Montessori Now

10. Your kids will love this hat building activity inspired by The Cat in The Hat from I can Teach my Child

11. Who knew you can make such fun Thing 1 and Thing 2 hand print crafts from In the Playroom

12. Explore stripes with this activity inspired by one of Dr Seuss’s books from Teach Preschool

13. Make a Lorax puppet from Lalymom

14. Although not quite in season we shouldn’t forget about the famous Grinch, this Grinch craft sure looks fun from I Heart Crafty Things

15. Why not have pretend play day! You can make Horton masks with your kids just like this one from Artsy Momma

16. Oh The Places You’ll Go is a great one to explore geography with your kids and these ideas are great from No Time For Flashcards

17. Love And To Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street? You’ll love this activity then from Coffee Cups and Crayons

18. Making green ooblek is a must for Dr. Seuss day from Preschool Powol Packets

19. Green eggs? Another must! This idea for sensory play is great from Still Playing School

20. How about an afternoon full of games? This Hop on Pop inspired balloon game sure looks fun from Toddler Approved

21. Yertle the Turtle is another fun one and you can do this counting activity to go along with it from Inspirational Laboratories

22.  One Fish, Two Fish just calls for counting activities, and here’s a great one and it also comes with a printable from Mama Miss

23.  Practice the ABC’s with this fun gross motor game from 3 Dinosaurs

24. You can also set u a STEM challenge like this one from Little Bins for Little Hands

25.  Or have a fun teeth activity inspired by The Tooth Book from Teach Preschool

Great Dr Seuss activities and crafts for little ones