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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…

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    What is Dr. Seuss Day and why do people celebrate it?

    Every year, on March 2, the United States celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Dr. Seuss Day, also known as Read Across America Day by the National Education Association, recognizes the life and accomplishments of the beloved author, while encouraging kids to read. His colorful and quirky stories have remained a staple for decades, sparking giggles and wild imaginations in children of every age.

    Various activities for all ages are found around the country, particularly in:

    • ·       Schools
    • ·       Libraries
    • ·       Community Centers
    • ·       Homes

    Who is Dr. Seuss?

    Geisel was born in 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts. A lover of writing, poetry, and illustration, the cartoonist had a knack for creating captivating rhymes and illustrations bring out the child in all of us.

    Dr. Seuss authored 48 books, yet before his first book was ever published, more than 24 publishers rejected “And to Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street.” To date, his whimsical writings have sold more than 200 million copies, bringing joy and a passion for books to kids and adults.

    What happens on Dr. Seuss Day?

    The day is filled with fun crafts, favorite Dr. Seuss stories, and outpouring of love and motivation for reading. From daycares to school assemblies, the day is designed to encourage reading every day.

    Classrooms are filled with story time, as children gather to listen to their favorite silly Seuss stories and stare in awe at his wonderous illustrations.

    It’s quite common to see teachers and librarians dressed as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters, while encouraging students to do the same. Some schools even make it a week-long event with theme day opportunities.

    What foods are eaten on Dr. Seuss Day?

    There is a sea full of deliciously decorative Dr. Seuss treats to help you celebrate the day. Fill your table with edible Lorax Truffula trees and top little cupcakes with gummy red fish. There’s no end to the characters and scenery you can recreate for your kids with food!

    Some lucky children get to participate in feasting on the ever-so-famous green eggs and ham at school. We recommend cooking it up with the kids as part of your homeschooling lesson or a creative after school activity together.

    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

    1. Sign up below to have your free Dr. Seuss inspired activity delivered to your inbox
    2. Print out the PDF file
    3. Interview your kids or have them answer independently
    4. If you want to, save the page and do it year after year so you can enjoy how their answers change
    5. Help your kids create their own rhyming questions to ask others

    Preview of dr Seuss inspired worksheets for free

      Or, if you prefer to purchase them for only $1 instead of joining our email list, you can do so in our shop (and check out our other awesome printables for your kids while you’re there!)

      Could there be a more exciting way to encourage your kids to read than Dr. Seuss Day?

      As the bard said:

      The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.

      Theodore Geisel

      Grab your favorite Dr. Seuss books and fill your afternoon with laughter and literacy!

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