Celebrate Dr Seuss’s Birthday

From favorites such as Green Eggs and Ham to How the Grinch Stole Christmas, many Dr Seuss’s books are passed down from generation to generation. Dr Seuss lives in the hearts of so many people and so many of his books are read to our children from their teachers at school or right before they go to bed at night. So many wonderful memories have been and are created from his amazing books. Since Dr Seuss’s birthday is March 2nd here is a fun round up of ideas on how you can celebrate Dr Seuss’s birthday.

Celebrate Dr Seuss's Birthday

 “If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good.”– Dr Seuss

With that said, here are some great ideas from some amazing bloggers that will fill your day with so much fun while you celebrate Dr Seuss’s birthday. “Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!”- Dr Seuss

  • The best way to start off a Dr Seuss birthday party is by having the right party supplies. From invitations to plates, An Alli Event has displayed everything that you need in her Dr Seuss Birthday Party Ideas party post.
  • In order to keep the kids busy and entertained you must have some awesome party games and activities. Our Daily Craft has created two fun games; Seuss Inspired Hide and Seek: Wocket in my Pocket and some Simple Seuss printables that will have your kids smiling from ear to ear and laughing.
  • Every party needs food, right? A Mind Full Mom has created a fun Dr Seuss dish that will put a smile on every kid and will make their tummies smile.
  • While you are eating, it would be fun to play a game that is inspired by the book Green Eggs and Ham and share your favorite stories of when you had a Green Eggs and Ham moment like Saving Everyday With Sonya K did in her post titled, My Green Eggs & Ham Moment.
  • You can’t have a Dr Seuss party without reading and enjoying some Classic Dr Seuss books. House of Fauci’s has listed a few of her family’s favorites.
  • After you read the books it would be fun to talk about some of the best Dr Seuss quotes. Written Reality has gathered a list of Dr Seuss Quotes Every Kid Should Know.

How will you celebrate Dr Seuss’s Birthday? Do you have any party tips you want to share?

Written by: Aimee Fauci

Comments

  1. I absolutely love all the celebrations that happen for Dr. Seuss…we went to our local library one year and the Children’s Librarian was dressed like the Cat In The Hat – my Kiddies absolutely loved it!!

  2. I love all the great ideas. Dr Seuss was such a great inspiration

  3. Happy birthday to Dr. Seuss! His reach to kids and adults worldwide is astounding!

  4. I will celebrate Dr. Suess’s Birthday with my kids by reading some of my favorite Dr. Suess books.

  5. I love Dr. Suess and I forget his birthday every year…it makes me ashamed to be a blogger! Thanks for the list 🙂

  6. Dr. Seuss rocks! What an amazing talent. His stories will live on forever.

  7. Dr Seuss has always been a favorite of mine!!! I love being able to share the books with the kids. These are great ways to celebrate his birthday!

  8. Dr Seuss is one of our favorite authors, ever. Every year when this day is here I think, “Next year I need to make a fun celebration on this day”, and every year it sneaks up on me and I miss it. I must be better next year. Thanks for all of the fun ideas!

  9. I shared some of our Dr. Seuss favorites today on my blog as well. =0)
    You’ve listed some excellent ideas to celebrate this amazing author.
    I also saw a fun recipe today on Pinterest for green eggs & ham roll ups!

  10. I LOVE THIS! I didn’t know it was his birthday. I grew up on Dr. Seuss. One time while touring the city of Sausalito in California, I stumbled onto an art exhibit of his. It was incredible. The world is a better place having had him in it.

  11. This looks like a great round-up of ways to celebrate his birthday! My mom actually hated Dr. Seuss, so I didn’t read his books until I was a little older – which I think made me like them even more!

  12. I loved Dr Seuss stories myself, and always enjoyed reading them with my kids. Some of favorite quotes are his.

  13. we are celebrating as well, at a local library event 🙂 we love going yearly.

  14. Was hoping my 5 year old would get into a few of these books i have from a long time ago. I mean, who doesn’t like Dr. Seuss!! We love books and will keep trying to grab his interest.

  15. I loved Dr. Suess’s books as a child and I love them still! I can’t wait to share some of the fun with my niece when she comes for a visit!

  16. No kids so no one to try this on, but I loved the Cat in Hat by Dr. Seuss when I was little! Sounds like a fun party idea.

  17. I have always been a huge fan of Dr. Seuss. His books were always so lovely.

  18. When my daughter was little, their school had a whole week of celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. They had green eggs and ham too. She loved it!

  19. Dr. Seuss pancakes look and sound so great! This family has loved his stories for years!

  20. Catherine S says:

    We have always loved Dr. Seuss. We still have all of my sons books from when he was little. Maybe I will make some green eggs and ham.

  21. I have so many Dr Seuss books on my sons’ bedroom book shelf it isn’t even funny. These books are a fabulous way to learn about things, learn how to read and have fun with kids telling stories. Thanks for sharing Dr Suess’s birthday, I keep forgetting when it is!

  22. We haven’t really celebrated with a party but we read together and to each other. I love to read and try to promote that love of reading every day.

  23. Amy Desrosiers says:

    These are such cute sweet treats! I love Dr. Seuss books and so do my kids.

  24. We love Dr. Seuss – very fun ideas. Dawn is making treats for Davey’s class.

  25. Debbie Denny says:

    Such great ideas. Love Dr. Seuss

  26. We probably won’t celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday, but these are great ideas! ‘Wacky Wednesday’ is my favorite book so maybe we will read it!

  27. Such great ideas! I think I’m going to make green eggs and ham for my kids!

  28. Our favorite would have to be Cat in the Hat and my toddler actually loves his books. The rhymes is what I think really keeps her interest.

  29. I loved Dr. Seuss growing up. I had almost all of the book available at that time. I think my mother kept quite a few of them. Sure they are packed away in her attic. Kiddo has some and we read Green Eggs and Ham for St. Patricks Day ever year. I read somewhere that there will be a new book published soon. One that has never been published. I am excited to see that one.

  30. One of the most loved authors of all time! Such talent … we have several of his books.

  31. Love Dr. Suess. He needs to be celebrated every day.

  32. I love Dr, Seuss. I am so glad that this books are still around.

  33. My kids love Dr. Suess books very much & one of my favorites too. I think these are great ideas to have so much of fun in celebrating Dr Seuss’s birthday.

  34. Love all of these! I think it’s a fun idea to celebrate. Most everyone likes Dr. Suess. 🙂

  35. We love Dr. Seuss in our house. My mom read them to me as a kid and now I read to my kids. I’m sure my kids will read them to their kids to, because they are classics.

  36. I wish my kids were into Dr Suess. They just aren’t. I was as a kid, and loved all the books. This is just great!

  37. Who doesn’t love Dr Seuss. His books are timeless and will live on in the memories of the millions of children and parents who’ve read them.

  38. By reading his books all over again! I haven’t touched a Seuss book in ages 🙂

  39. I will read some books with my kids and have green eggs and ham. Maybe I will bake some Seuss cookies. Love this! Great ideas!

  40. He will always be one of the best authors in my book! We don’t celebrate his birthday in any fancy way, but maybe we’ll make some green eggs and ham this year 🙂

  41. Those are great ideas. Dr. Seuss is such a classic!

  42. I won’t be celebrating because my kids are past that but I have always loved the books and the TV specials way back when. I am glad to see kids still enjoy Dr. Seuss.

  43. So many great ideas. I love Dr. Seuss and love the idea of celebrating his birthday!

  44. When I was a teacher, it was fun to do activities for Dr. Seuss’s birthday. We always read his stories as a class.

  45. I love Dr. Seuss, I remember making green eggs and ham once; it was really fun!

  46. What a fun day to celebrate! My favorite will always be “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” Thanks for joining us at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again next week! Feel free to bring a friend with you 🙂 Happy Friday! #TGIF

  47. We are celebrating with a fun craft! We are big Lorax fans

  48. I had no idea it was Dr Seuss’ birthday – I can imagine it would be quite wacky celebrating his big day, what some great ideas! x

  49. This is such a fun way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday! I have yet to do anything fun with my kids, but you have some great idea that I am going to try this year!

  50. My daughter’s school is doing Dr. Seuss’ birthday on Monday. They are making green eggs and ham. What a fun idea. I think I will plan a few things to do together! Thanks for the inspiration!

  51. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    We have been doing a few crafts and will likely do more to celebrate next month. We love Dr. Seuss.

  52. These are such cute ideas! Dr Seuss has long been one of my favorites and I really hope to give the love of Seuss to my now two year old!!

  53. Thank you so much for including my Dr. Seuss Pancakes in your round-up. They are so fun!

  54. Great ideas! My preschool class is celebrating next week and I’ll have to snag some of these ideas!

  55. I doubt I will celebrate his birthday…but do love his books and read them regularly to my little one!

  56. Dr. Seuss has been a part of my family for generations. I’ve used his quotes when giving high school graduation speeches and everything in between. Thanks for including my Dr. Seuss birthday party ideas. Oh, the places we’ll go! 🙂

  57. We have a boatload of Dr. Seuss books around here. It’s fun to share the stories I grew up with, with my kids.

  58. I love this idea so much! Dr. Seuss is one of my favorites, and would make a GREAT theme for a child’s Bday party! Awesome idea!

  59. My kids grew up on Dr. Suess books and celebrated his birthday at school while in elementary.

  60. Love Dr. Seuss!! I have never celebrated the birthday yet, but that is such a great idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  61. Our kids love Dr. Seuss. We haven’t done a Dr. Seuss party yet, but with all these touches, I bet that they would love it. The pancakes rock!

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