First off here is what's on our book shelves this week.
I hid Dr. Seuss books all over the house and we did a book hunt scavenger hunt.
Once we found the books we enjoyed reading them.
Isn't he just too cute?
We made a Cat In The Hat HAT . That was a big hit and easy. Google cat in the hat printable and you'll find a ton. I printed a hat, and gave him some red paint to paint stripes. Then I cut up some paper lunch sacks and stapled together in a circle to go around his hat and also stapled the coloring sheet to it.
We also painted some coloring sheets , glued them to paper bags and had a puppet show.
We used our Little Tikes Playhouse and pretended we were In A People House.
Here's a story to give you a giggle. I was in the play house playing with C, and I called my daughter in to take some photos of our puppet show. When I got ready to write this post I looked through them and thought what on Earth did she think I wanted pictures of? She thought I had gotten in the house simply to avoid having my picture taken. Ha!
How About some Horton Hears A Who Love.
Horton Hears A Who Cupcakes...bake a cake mix and ice cupcakes regularly. Add Pink Cotton Candy. We had some left over Horton Hears A Who from our Seuss Baby Shower so we cut them in circles and glued them to the front. Fun Right? And Yummy!
Next we made Elephant Ears... =) These are perfect to get kids Cooking in The Kitchen.
Thanks for joining us to say Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! I hope you enjoyed our activities.
If you have a Dr. Seuss post link up below we want to see.
Here is the list of fabulous bloggers we have joined to post and party Dr. Seuss style:
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Ready. Set. Read!
Make, Do & Friend
Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Living at the Whitehead's Zoo
Mama Mia's Heart2Heart
Living Montessori Now
Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents
You might also like our Dr.Seuss Baby Shower .
Link up Your Seuss ideas old and new, and Let's have FUN!