We love Dr. Seuss and we love creating fun toddler activities for my little one to enjoy. I love activities based on books because they really extend the book and turn into other learning activities. Books are a great starting point, you can add crafts and snacks to really bring the book alive for your child.
We’re spending a lot of time playing with our felt activities but I always love seeing what others come up with, you can get so creative with things it’s amazing. My kids love scrolling through my pinterest board to find an activity to complete. It’s definitely my favorite place to gather new ideas for teaching the kiddos.
Take a look at these fun Dr. Seuss Toddler Activities to get ideas on how to bring these books into your day.
Recommended Dr. Seuss Books
Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection (Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks)Oh, the Places You’ll Go!Dr. Seuss’s Second Beginner Book Collection (Beginner Books(R))Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!
Dr Seuss Activities for Toddlers
I love extending activities that are based on books, check out this mega list of activities for your toddler.
I made this cute Cat in the Hat Felt Activity for my daughter to play with and she loved it. She enjoyed building her own Cat in the Hat.
I also created a One Fish Two Fish Felt Fish Craft so that she could go fishing herself.
Cat in the Hat Contact Paper Craft – House of Burke
Cat in the Hat Sticks – Preschool Powol Packets
Cat in the Hat Craft – There’s Just One Mommy
Thing One and Thing Two Puppets – Creative Family Fun
Counting Apples Up on Top Counting and Stacking – Cutting Tiny Bites
The Lorax Felt Game – Smashed Peas and Carrots
Ten Apples Up on Top Activity – Just One Mommy
The Shape of Me and Other Stuff shape activity – Cutting Tiny Bites
Yertle the Turtle Stacking Game – There’s Just One Mommy
Gluppity Blup and Schloppity Slopp – Learn Play Imagine: a great way to create and get messy
Dr. Seuss Print Craft – House of Burke
Dr. Seuss Tot Trays – Something to Offer
Daisy Head Mayzie Craft – Kids Creative Chaos
Hop on Pop Gross Motor Activity – Cutting Tiny Bites
Dr. Seuss Treats
A great way to make snacks fun and pretty is to tie it into the book, you can discuss the book as you are eating, how fun is that?
Dr. Seuss Birthday Treat – Temecula Qponer
Cat in the Hat Strawberry Cool Whip Snack – Mrs Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
Dr. Seuss Cupcakes – Meaningful Mama
Dr. Seuss Printable
Dr. Seuss Worksheets – Mrs Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
More Dr. Seuss Books
If you haven’t read these Dr. Seuss favorites, you haven’t lived. They also make great readers for your kids who are learning to read. I enjoy the stories myself and it’s also a motivation to read them first before you watch the movie.
If you’re reading any of these Dr. Seuss books with your kids, bring a learning activity into your day with these Dr Seuss toddler activities.