Six Superb Dr Seuss Activities

Welcome back to this weeks Tuesday Tutorials. This week we wave goodbye to Anna who is retiring from Tuesday Tutorials and welcome along The Boy and Me, do go and check out her blog if you haven’t before! Last week we had some really cool Dr Seuss activities linked up so I thought this week it would be fun to take those and add a couple more cool ideas I found on the internet to make this into Six Superb Dr Seuss Activities – mainly because I love a bit of alliteration!

Six Superb Dr Seuss ActivitiesDr Seuss Activities

This Dr Seuss sensory bin from Little Bins for Little Hands helps to create a fun rhyming activity.

Mini Monets and Mommies linked up this cool colour mixing activity inspired by One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.

I adore this Cat in the Hat activity from Living Montessori now.

This Dr Seuss activity inspired by Green Eggs and Ham over at Inspiration Laboratories puts a big smile on my face.

There’s Just One Mommy shared this cute Daisy-Head Mayzie craft.

Finally I think all activities should end with a snack so what could be more perfect than this One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish snack linked up by Learning 2 Walk?!

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As always each of the Tuesday Tutorials hosts has a great round up for you to check out (and pin!) so do go and take a look at St Patricks Day Crafts for Kids at Hodge Podge Craft, Child Friendly Food at The Boy and Me and Chinese New Year with ET Speaks from Home.

3 Comments

  1. 24th February 2015 / 5:15 pm

    Happy Tuesday and thank you for hosting a great linky! I’m enjoying all the great recipes linked up today! Have a wonderful week! xx Ashleigh

  2. 25th February 2015 / 8:17 am

    Love Dr Seuss! When the kids were little they were such fun to read aloud, the simple rhymes and way the rhythm paces your reading is just great. Awh, I miss reading aloud to my kids, all cuddled up on the sofa 🙁

  3. 3rd March 2015 / 7:04 pm

    Thanks for hosting!
    …Ready to pop around and discover some beautiful projects 🙂

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