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There probably isn’t a family around (or very few) who hasn’t read a beloved Dr. Seuss book to their children. Celebrated for his witty and humorous prose, knack for storytelling, and whimsical illustrations, Seuss books are classic children’s tales with captivating characters that appeal to young and old. With Dr. Seuss’s birthday approaching March 2nd, we commemorate his legacy in children’s literature with these fun Seuss inspired projects. Happy 111th birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Oobleck Celebration (via Katherine Marie)
So many wonderful ideas are provided here to give your child a fun way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday – such as these oobleck party favors and clever ideas on how to use them.

Cat in the Hat Popsicle Craft (via Crafty Morning)
If you’re looking for an easy Dr. Seuss craft that brings a smile, look no further than this free printable Cat in the Hat with popsicle stick hat.

Lorax Finger Puppet (via Lalymom)
Three adorable and simple Lorax inspired crafts are include here, like this cute foam finger puppet.

Dr. Seuss Bingo (via Balancing Home)
Here’s a fun Dr. Seuss activity the whole family can partake in. Print out this free bingo game featuring some of Dr. Seuss’s most beloved book covers.

Cat in the Hat Paper Plate (via Glued to My Crafts)
This simple paper plate and tissue craft goes along perfectly with a read along of one of Dr. Seuss’s most popular books of all time.

Dr. Seuss Tattoos (via Simply Kelly Design)
Kids will love celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday with these printable temporary tattoos featuring iconic themes such as the Cat in the Hat, Lorax’s mustache and green eggs and ham.

One Fish Two Fish Paper Craft (via Eighteen 25)
This super simple paper craft gives nod to Dr. Seuss’s classic One Fish Two Fish book and also makes a clever interactive game!

Lorax Craft (via I Heart Crafty Things)
Make a cheerful Lorax art project, easy with cupcake liners and a couple of common items. A colorful way to show off the Lorax!

Dr. Seuss Activity Blocks (via Sugar Bee Crafts)
I love this idea of taking thrifty and worn Dr. Seuss books and turning them into colorful play blocks for the kids.

Dr. Seuss Crafts (via Inner Child Fun)
So many adorable ideas are included here for several of Dr. Seuss’s popular books, such as this cute cheese and cracker snack!

Looking for more Dr. Seuss crafts? Check out last year’s birthday ideas!

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.