Have you heard the big news? There’s going to be a new Dr. Seuss book! How cool is that? It’s titled What Pet Should I Get? and will be on sale at the end of July and 2015. I’m so excited for it because it sounds perfect for my daughter! In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2, which also happens to be Read Across America Day, I thought I’d share 20 Dr. Seuss crafts made with hands and feet.
I tried to find activities from as many different books as I could. We found crafts for The Foot Book, Ten Apples Up on Top, There’s a Wocket in my Pocket, Cat in the Hat, and more!
Dr Seuss Crafts
- Thing 1 & Thing 2 Handprints – We made these at a playdate we hosted. All the kids loved it!
- Heart-bellied Sneetches – This teacher shares how she used this book for centers and lots of fun activities.
- Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose – Stacey also shares the cutest Paper Plate Cat in the Hat Craft!
- Lorax made from a handprint – This was a 3D craft my kids and I love the look of it!
- Cat in the Hat – Detail-oriented Diva shares an easy way to add the hat and bowtie.
- Handprint Cat in the Hat – So stinkin’ cute!
- Thing 1 & 2 Paper Plate Craft – This is neat!
- One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish – Fun canvas idea to display in the home!
- Handprint Horton Hears a Who – I always loved this saying and the way they drew Horton is awesome!
- Truffula Trees – This is such a fun way to make truffula trees to go along with The Lorax.
- Paper Plate Lorax – Younger kids can practice their gluing skills with this idea.
- Seussical Calendar – Wow! A handprint for every month with quotes!
- Fox in Socks – We need to check this book out! It sounds like it would be a funny/cute read.
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas – Make it for Christmas or without the hat for anytime of the year.
- Wocket in my Pocket Footprint Craft – Easy to make! (via Child Care Soup)
- Sam I am – Aimee shares how they did illustrating by observing.
- Handprint Sneetches – The kids’ interpretations are way too cute and fun to see!
- Footprint Sneetches – These are awesome! No tutorial, but definitely easy to create without one.
- Ten Apples Up on Top Fingerprint Craft – I used a printed image of my son to make this counting activity.
- The Foot Book – Simplest craft of the bunch!
More Seussical Fun!
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