Inside: 10 fun Dr. Seuss activities for toddlers that are much simpler and hands-on. Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd with some of these ideas!
When I think of Dr. Seuss activities for toddlers, I think of hands-on, colorful, fun ideas.
There are a lot of Dr. Seuss activities out there for preschoolers and older children, but not as much for our younger children.
Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2, and we celebrate in both our 2s and 3s classes with a Dr. Seuss Week. We keep it much simpler for our younger children, so that is why I was thrilled to find the ideas I am featuring in this post.
All of them allow lots of hands-on exploration!
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10 Fun Dr. Seuss Activities for Toddlers
Transfer red pom poms to the Cat-in-the-Hat’s hat. (Living Montessori Now)
Stick red and white pieces of paper onto sticky paper to make the cat’s hat. (House of Burke)
Drop or toss balloons into a striped paper hat. (Motherhood and Other Adventures)
Paint a fishbowl and add fish. (I Can Teach My Child)
Make play dough in Dr. Seuss colors for fine motor fun. (J Daniel 4’s Mom)
Explore colors with ooey, gooey obleck. (Famlii)
Make a One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish snack. (Simple Girl)
Have fun creating fizzy footprints. (Toddler Approved)
Explore paint with feet. (Teach Preschool)
Add some grinch slime to your sensory table. (Little Bins for Little Hands)
What are your children’s favorite Dr. Seuss books?
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