Celebrating Dr. Seuss with free printables

Theodor Seuss Geisel was a poet, writer and cartoonist who is best known and loved by generations of children for his Dr. Seuss books written under the pen name Theo Le Sieg (which is his name backwards).

In celebration of his March 2nd Birthday I am joining a group of Homeschool Bloggers in sharing fun & educational printables that you can use with your own child(ren) to celebrate Seuss.

With a household of children in grades 3 to preschool I wanted to do something that would be fun for various ages and of course I wanted to share it with you too.  If you end up using any of these printables please let me know. I would absolutely love to see and hear if your child enjoyed the projects as much as mine did.

A key component in this project for me is of course READING THE BOOKS with your children.  The activity just adds another element to the story, it’s not meant to take the place of enjoying the actual book with your child.  While I do have some loose instructions, please make it your own.

Circus Printable Project Pack

Download Dr. Seuss inspired Circus Printable Pack and There’s a Wocket in my Pocket craft

Download Wocket in my Pocket Craft

If you like the activities you are welcome to share it with friends or on your blog. I just ask that you please provide a link to this post (not just the download).  This way everyone benefits by seeing the entire post and the links to the other  participants in the Dr. Seuss Birthday Blog Hop.

For more inspiring Dr. Seuss printables & projects please visit:

Please also visit my Ed Resources Online Blog for more Dr. Seuss resources & ideas.

Teacher Mom


  1. I love that you emphasize reading the book. We can get so caught up in printables, activities, and hands-on learning that we skip THE thing — reading to our kids!

    Glad to be part of this blog hop with you! :) Ami

  2. I agree with Ami. Enjoying the book is essential. But I especially zeroed in on your directions to make it your own. Go with the flow. Listen to/watch your kids. See what fascinates them, and move in that direction with your study.