Here you'll find Dr. Seuss-related projects, resources, and ideas to supplement the projects I will be doing in the community in February, March, and April. Scroll down to see projects and resources for the following categories:
- Math & Science
- Art Projects
- and coming soon...The Art of the Play!
AND FOR MORE PROJECTS, CHECK OUT MY DR. SEUSS board on Pinterest!
The Cat in the Hat knows a lot about all sorts of things on this fun site based on the TV show. Lots of science and math activities, printables, and games.
Science Bob has an entire post about how to make oozy, gooey Oobleck--the main goopiness in the book "Bartholomew and the Oobleck." Check out the recipe, watch some cool oobleck videos, and learn the science behind this goop!
And if you are REALLY looking for fun...check out the obSEUSSed Blog and the 340+ links of Dr. Seuss-related crafts, recipes, and activities. So fun!
This site has two great literacy activities--one of which is creating a bucket list of places they'd like to go.
And Mini-Lizz the Librarian also has a project based on "The Places You'll Go!" Where students make sign posts and label them with the places they'd travel.
This is a great Dr. Seuss craft where your child or students can create a landscape full of truffula trees. Children can explore foreground, middle ground, and background and collage. It's preety fun--I made one myself! And they can add some writing--either a quote from The Lorax as these students did or you can ask your child what they can do to protect the earth.
And A Day In The Life of a Classroom Teacher she has pictures of some cute acrostic poems written on the stripes of The Cat in the Hat's striped hat--so cute! What other acrostic poems can your child create?
Art Projects Inspired By Dr. Seuss
Here's a list of links to fun Dr. Seuss art projects inspired by Dr. Seuss. There are so many wonderful ideas out there--if you find one, post a link to it on the comments section below!