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You can use these Dr Seuss worksheets to celebrate Dr Seuss birthday or any day. Kids love Dr Seuss and they’ll love these activities!
Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2! Celebrate with a brand new Seuss-themed printable and some incredibly fun activities that your preschoolers and young learners are sure to love!
The author we all know as Dr. Seuss was born Theodor Seuss Geisel on March 2, 1904. His first book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, was published in 1937. He then went on to publish 44 children’s books throughout his career. Four of his books were later turned in to movies: How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Horton Hears a Who, The Cat in the Hat, and The Lorax.
Dr Seuss Worksheets
This pack of Dr Seuss activities includes a variety of worksheets that focus on math, literacy, and more.
As your preschoolers work through the pages in this pack, they’ll learn the alphabet, work on handwriting, build motor skills, and much more.
IN THIS PACK…
Inside this 60-page pack of Dr Seuss free printables, you’ll find the following activities that are perfect for preschoolers:
• 4-part puzzles – Kids will cut apart and reassemble four 4-part puzzles.
• ABC trace – Trace the alphabet – both uppercase and lowercase.
• Alphabet maze – Trace a path from A to Z in both uppercase and lowercase.
• ABC matching cards – Print on colored cardstock and cut apart. Have preschoolers match uppercase and lowercase letters.
• Beginning sounds – Students will name each item and identify its beginning sound.
• Count and clip cards – Print the pages on cardstock and laminate them. Cut them apart. Have kids count the objects and identify the correct number.
• Skip counting puzzles – Print the pages on cardstock and laminate. Cut them apart and reassemble in numerical order.
• Counting mat – Cut apart the fish and number cards. Choose a number card and add that many fish to the fishbowl.
• and more!
Kids will love this felt board activity designed to go with the Dr. Seuss book Apples Up on Top. Kids will love to retell the story and play with the animals and apples. GREAT for language development!
Felt finger puppets are a great resource to add to your storytelling baskets. Your kids will love retelling their favorite stories with these Dr. Seuss finger puppets.
Speaking of felt, this Cat in the Hat felt activity is perfect for young crafters!
Gather up some colorful cupcake liners, and you’ve got what you need to make a fun Lorax craft.
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