It’s nearly Dr. Seuss Day! March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday and it is now celebrated, especially in schools, with fun Dr. Seuss craft projects and activities.
We have rounded up some really fun Dr. Seuss crafts here. Of course, you don’t have to wait for Dr. Seuss Day. You could make these anytime or use them as a follow-up activity after reading a Dr. Seuss book.
Dr. Seuss Craft Projects
This canvas would be really cute hanging in a nursery, kids’ room, or playroom. It would be perfect for a classroom too so this would make a fantastic teacher gift.
Read the book and then make this adorable Horton the elephant craft!
Another one to hang in a kid’s room or playroom – super cute and really quick and easy to make!
This Cat in the Hat craft is a fun one for kids to make. Make a large one to hang up or smaller version to turn into a fridge magnet or bookmark.
These Truffula trees can easily be made out of dollar-store craft materials. Display them in a jar or use them as a bookmark.
Thing One and Thing Two are some of our favorite characters. We love this adorable craft idea.
Footprint crafts are always such fun. Turn this one into a Sneetches.
Here’s another take on the Truffula trees with the addition of a super cute fingerprint Lorax.
How cute are these? They make an ideal baby gift for twins, best friends, or any other pairing.
These Dr. Seuss hats are SO cute. They’d be so much fun for the kids to wear at the Seuss Day celebrations!
Save those toilet paper rolls! You can make some really sweet little Lorax crafts with them. Use them as finger puppets!
Have you ever had a Wocket in your pocket? Well, now you can!
Ack! This is so adorable. Turn your kids into the Cat in the Hat with this fun craft idea.
Kids love pinwheels. These are Dr. Seuss-themed and some of the cutest ones we’ve ever seen.
Another super simple and inexpensive follow-up to a Dr. Seuss book – imagine these hanging on the wall! How sweet!
Read the book. Let the kids make themselves some fish handprint puppets and then read it again so they can act it out!
Here’s another Horton the elephant craft. Dollar store supplies and some simple cutting and gluing techniques that will help the kids work on their fine motor skills.
We love corner bookmarks. They’re so handy to use and so much fun to make!
Handprint art is always treasured! This one ties into Horton Hears a Who and will be a fun way to expand the learning after reading the book.
Make these paper bag Put Me in the Zoo puppets and watch the kids have fun acting out the story!
The kids can put these masks on and then see if they can read with their eyes shut just like the Cat in the Hat.