Get ready for an awesome Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) with kids! This free printable planner page will help you prepare for a fun and easy celebration. So, you can actually turn all your wonderful ideas for activities and more into reality 🙂
Find out more about using this Dr. Seuss Day fun planner and get your free printable today!
- 1 How a Dr. Seuss Day Planner Can Help You Make Fun Happen
- 2 Tips & Tricks for Using Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun Planner
- 3 Awesome Ideas & Activities for Your Dr. Seuss Day Celebration
- 4 Books for Dr. Seuss Day Celebration
- 5 Activities for a Fun Dr. Seuss Day with Kids
- 6 Fun Snacks for Your Dr. Seuss Day
- 7 Awesome Crafts for Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun
- 8 Boost Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun with Printables
- 9 Other Fun Ideas for Your Dr. Seuss Day with Kids
- 10 Get Your Free Dr. Seuss Day Planner
How a Dr. Seuss Day Planner Can Help You Make Fun Happen
You know all those fun holidays and special events that you want to celebrate with your kids, but they somehow slip through the cracks of your busy life?
It’s tough. Homeschool life, home management, extracurricular activities. And I apparently live in a home of Hobbits that require second breakfast and third snack!
Oh and I squirrel. I have the best of intentions. Truly, I do.
I even create Pinterest boards and fill them with an amazing array of activities to enjoy with my boys. (Psst! You can follow my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board HERE.)
And then those activities sit there, just waiting for me to wipe the dust off and use them with my boys.
When my boys and I nearly missed celebrating Trivia Day on January 4, I decided that I needed to do something different and take action.
Something that is simple, organized, and cute. Because I’ll be much more likely to use it if it’s cute!
After a bit of trial and error, Fun Day Planners were the ticket.
Tips & Tricks for Using Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun Planner
A fun day planner can help you turn your ideas into reality.
As a simple, one-page printable with categories, the fun day planner encourages you to narrow down your ideas. After sifting through your Pinterest board or magazine clippings, you select the activities that best fit the needs of your family or class.
Or you have kids that detest the idea of getting their hands messy. Well, stick to crafts that keep those fingers clean! No need to add stress to your celebration. You know your kids best 😉
- Jot down all of those ideas on a piece of paper or directly on your Dr. Seuss Day Fun Planner.
- Now, it’s time to narrow down again. Because your goal is to keep things simple and easy to execute and enjoy.
- For books, pick a few. There’s nothing better than snuggling up with favorites like The Cat in the Hat or The Lorax.
- You may decide that your crew can handle 2-3 activities with no problems. Go ahead and jot down those ideas.
- For your snack and craft, pick just one of each. You’ll be so tempted to include 3 or 4 adorable activities here but, remember, you don’t want the stress (or guilt when you didn’t get to it!).
WooHoo! You’ve made your final decisions. See, it wasn’t that hard 😉
Determine what materials you’ll need for each category. Make a list (you can use the back of your Dr. Seuss Day Fun Planner), pick a spot to store all of the materials, and figure out what you’ll need to go to make it happen.
These simple steps will help you be prepared to enjoy a relaxed yet fun Dr. Seuss Day celebration. You’ll be ready for easy fun with your kids!
My friend, Amy of Humility & Doxology, shares more amazing ideas for a Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash.
Awesome Ideas & Activities for Your Dr. Seuss Day Celebration
In case you haven’t had time to gather ideas for fun activities for your Dr. Seuss Day, I gathered some of our favorites here.
As you browse through these ideas, remember to keep it simple and consider your kids and your personality.
You’ll find ideas for:
- Other (like art, music, and videos)
Also, I’ve included two versions of this Dr. Seuss Day Fun Planner in the printable pack. One page has categories if you plan to do something similar to our celebration.
You may decide, however, that you’d rather not have a snack but include a special game or field trip. You’ll want to use the blank page with no categories to customize your celebration 🙂
Books for Dr. Seuss Day Celebration
Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection (Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks)Dr. Seuss’s Second Beginner Book Collection (Beginner Books(R))Six by Seuss: A Treasury of Dr. Seuss ClassicsOh, the Places You’ll Go!The Cat in the HatOne Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (I Can Read It All by Myself)Green Eggs and HamThe Lorax (Classic Seuss)Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!Dr. Seuss’s 1 2 3 (Beginner Books(R))Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!Happy Birthday to You!Dr Seuss’s Sleep BookThe Sneetches and Other StoriesHow the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Classic Seuss)Horton Hears a Who!Hop on Pop (I Can Read It All By Myself)Fox in Socks (Beginner Books)The Foot Book: Dr. Seuss’s Wacky Book of OppositesMr. Brown Can Moo, Can You : Dr. Seuss’s Book of Wonderful Noises (Bright and Early Board Books)The Butter Battle Book: (New York Times Notable Book of the Year) (Classic Seuss)
Activities for a Fun Dr. Seuss Day with Kids
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Grid Art Activities: Have some creative fun with these printable activities. Your kids will love practicing how to draw their favorite Dr. Seuss characters.
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Activity Cube: Great way to get your kids up and moving! Includes two versions-one with prompts and one blank so you can customize your fun.
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired I Spy Game: You can use this activity for counting/sorting fun or modify to pick a character and have other players guess based on clues.
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Headband Game for Interactive Fun: Enjoy an easy yet fun game with your kids! This activity encourages creative thinking, deductive reasoning, and communication skills.
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Bingo Game: This printable game is such fun with kids! Great for pre-readers, too!
Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Mad Libs: Easily add some grammar fun (parts of speech) to your Dr. Seuss Day fun with these Mad Libs.
2 Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Cootie Catchers: Another interactive way to get kids up and moving! These cootie catchers include prompts that encourage movement and fun.
Fun Snacks for Your Dr. Seuss Day
One Fish Two Fish Blue Jello (Simple Girl): Sweet yet easy treat to make for your Dr. Seuss Day celebration.
Cat in the Hat Cookies (Made to Be Momma): Yummy snack that stacks strawberry and banana slices on a cookie.
Healthy Lorax Snack (Little Food Junction): Create a colorful and healthy snack based on The Lorax.
Green Eggs and Ham Pretzel Snack (The Moody Fashionista): Crunchy and sweet, this snack is sure to be a hit.
Pink Ink Yink Drink: My boys requested this drink for our celebration. We’re going to make strawberry smoothies 🙂
Awesome Crafts for Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun
Grinch Paper Plate Craft for Kids (Simply Today Life): Easy to make and frugal craft featuring The Grinch that only requires a few materials.
Truffula Trees Craft Inspired by ‘The Lorax’ (About a Mom): Such a cool craft that’s also easy & frugal!
Paper Plate Dr. Seuss Green Eggs – Kid Craft (Glued to My Crafts): Adorable craft that pairs well with the book. Another craft that even your younger kids can do 🙂
3 Printable Dr. Seuss Hats to Celebrate Read Across America Day (Simple Everyday Mom): Make DIY headbands to wear for your celebration!
Dr. Seuss The Lorax Puppet Craft (The Relaxed Homeschool): What a fun craft you can make with only a few supplies! You can adapt this idea to create other Dr. Seuss characters to act out the books.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go! Craft & Writing Activity (Inner Child Fun): Lovely idea to combine crafts with writing fun and the growth mindset principles in this book.
Boost Your Dr. Seuss Day Fun with Printables
Printables get a lot of bashing but they can be fun and serve a purpose. Sometimes, you just need open-and-go and easy-to-use. And printables can help you do that 🙂 It’s all in your approach. Make it interactive and create opportunities for conversations about the themes!
Dr. Seuss Fun + Free Printables for One Fish Two Fish: Hands-on fun to pair with this popular book. Includes story props, bookmarks, tracing, and more.
Free Dr. Seuss Pals Printable for Learning Fun: Enjoy learning fun like tracing, tic-tac-toe, and mazes with Dr. Seuss Pals.
Craft & Printable Activities for Dr. Seuss’s Fox In Socks: Make a cute Fox in Socks bookmark, enjoy story props, and have fun with a word scramble.
Free Printables for What Pet Should I Get? : This printable pack includes a coloring mini-book, matching, writing/drawing prompt, and more.
Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?: Story Cards & Activities for Dr. Seuss Book: Fun story props and activites for this popular book by Dr. Seuss.
Free Hop On Pop Fun with These Dr. Seuss Printables: Great for early readers, these story cards and word list will be super fun for your celebration.
Other Fun Ideas for Your Dr. Seuss Day with Kids
Get Your Free Dr. Seuss Day Planner
This free planning page for Dr. Seuss Day fun features adorable characters (The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Sam I Am, and Things 1 & 2) and special Dr. Seuss quotes for reminders to make the most of this time with your kids.
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