Today is Dr. Seuss’s Birthday and, to celebrate, it’s Read Across America Day. We’re enjoying the day by having a “book day” as my kids are calling it. Dr. Seuss books are strewn all over the floor and my budding writers are coming up with all kinds of interesting stories of their own.
One of the first books I read with each of my kids when they were born was Oh, the Places You’ll Go! I have great memories of sitting in my rocking chair during my maternity leave with my first son and reading him the musical words of Dr. Seuss.
Dr. Seuss books are a great way to help young readers fall in love with reading from the very beginning. We frequently use the early readers as our kids are learning how to read and they love all the fun illustrations and great nonsense words.
We’ve created a Dr. Seuss Pinboard with some of our favorite Dr. Seuss themed activities and designs. After looking through a few of these projects, I kind of want to plaster my walls with Dr. Seuss quotes.
Here are a few of our favorite Dr. Seuss themed activities:
Dr. Seuss Hats
Printable Dr. Seuss Bookmarks
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Dr. Seuss Graph
Thing 1 and Thing 2 Handprint Craft
Dr. Seuss Writing Activity
Dr. Seuss Dart Game
What are your favorite Dr. Seuss themed projects?