20 Fun and Easy Dr Seuss Crafts for Kids to Make

Celebrate World Book Day, Dr Seuss Day and Read Across America Day in style this March with one or more of these easy to make Dr. Seuss Crafts!

Make something fizzy or fun, either way we’ll get them done! (See what I did there?)

These fun Dr Seuss crafts are all easy to make, and suitable for kids of a variety of ages. 

You can pair these crafts with the best Dr. Seuss Books as you go or keep them as interesting fun crafts to do year round!

Here are some basic supplies you’ll want to have on hand to make most of these Dr. Seuss crafts:
On to the Dr Seuss crafts...

This cute Cat in the Hat themed sensory bin is a fun way for kids to learn while they’re having fun and getting their hands dirty!

More sensory play ideas:

Nearly every kid loves to play with slime!

Pair this fun activity with the Put Me in the Zoo book to match up with the fun colours!

A favourite and easy to make sensory idea to make with kids, this messy activity is also super educational!

This easy to make paper plate craft is great fun to make after reading The Lorax book!

You only need a couple of supplies, and if working with smaller kids you can do the prep beforehand to make it easier for them.

Kids will love the bright colours in this easy to make craft.

This super simple truffula tree craft will go perfectly with The Lorax book!

Learn and have fun doing this cool science experiment to pair with How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

These cute character hats are super easy to print.

(You can also print them in black ink and have the kids colour them in to save on ink!)

This Cat in the Hat Thing 1 and Thing 2 craft is an adorable way to re-purpose any jars you have around the house!

(Yep, you can use regular jars, not just mason jars!)

This hand-print craft is a cute way to let the kids get a little messy and create something to have forever!

More Lorax fun!

These mugs are super easy to create and can double as a great Father's Day or other occasion gift for Dad!

This cute pompom and posicle Cat in the Hat craft is super fun to make.

The perfect accompaniment to the Cat in the Hat book!

Pick up old books at a thrift store then you can make these cute pinwheels in under 15 minutes.

Super easy theme decor for parties!

Let the kids get a little messy and create their own village of cute truffula trees to go with the Horton Hears a Who book!

Be silly and let the kids create their own Lorax moustache to talk and pretend play with!

This one is perfect for older kids.

These homemade bath bombs are sure to be popular as gifts that the kids can make for friends!

This is an easy and frugal craft to make and looks so effective.

Get your supplies from your local pound shop or dollar store!

This is a neat way to recycle those old coffee cups! Perfect for smaller hands to work with!

(You can change it up and make truffula trees with them too!)

Here you can create four different slimes all themed around a popular Dr. Seuss book!

If it sizzles or bubbles the kids are going to get a kick out of it!

These Green Eggs and Ham-inspired eggs only require a few ingredients to make.

They clean up easy too!

Easy and usable!

Teachers can give these out as something to pair with Dr. Seuss reading and the kids can use them on their books!

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