Dr. Seuss Activity for Kids Inspired by Books
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Oh the Thinks you can Think is a classic Dr. Seuss story with fun imaginative characters and silly rhymes. (Just like the free printable waiting for you!)
This book encourages your child to use their imagination and think differently than they would usually think.
Our family has long loved Dr. Seuss’ classic books. I think I’ve read Green Eggs And Ham about 7,349 times…at least.
There are so many great stories by Theodore Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) that get kids (and adults) thinking about important life lessons in addition to teaching reading, rhyming, and creativity. The Sneetches is one such tale.
Now, onto the fun…
Your Fun Dr. Seuss Activity Printable
You’ve probably seen the cute interview pages kids come home with after school asking them questions about their favorite things right? Or maybe your kids are fully homeschooled and it’s up to you to create these keepsakes?
We are a homeschooling family and while my kids may bring these types of memory makers home from their enrichment classes, I knew I could come up with something fun and crazy, inspired by our favorite Dr. Seuss books.
How To Use This Free Dr. Seuss Activity For Kids
- Sign up below to have your free Dr. Seuss inspired activity delivered to your inbox
- Print out the PDF file
- Interview your kids or have them answer independently
- If you want to, save the page and do it year after year so you can enjoy how their answers change
- Help your kids create their own rhyming questions to ask others
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What a fun activity! Can’t wait to ask my son these questions and see his responses!
We have fun with Dr. Seuss books for an entire week this time each year. This activity is getting put on my to-do list for the week!
Cute!! I love hop on pop too. But especially Green Eggs and Ham!