What was your favorite Dr. Seuss book when you were young? I loved Hop on Pop and would read it over and over. Maybe because at that age it was all I could read? The books are always such a fun and crazy read, how could I not come up with an activity to celebrate Dr. Seuss? I’m giving you a free printable Dr. Seuss kid activity for kids inspired by Oh the Thinks you can Think! by Dr. Seuss.
Oh the Thinks you can Think is a classic Dr. Seuss story with fun imaginative characters and silly rhymes. (Just like my free printable!) The book encourages your child to use their imagination, and think differently than they would usually think.
Dr. Seuss Activity for Kids
You’ve probably seen the cute interview pages kids come home with after school asking them questions about their favorite things right? Or maybe your kids are fully homeschooled and it’s up to you to create these keepsakes? We are a homeschooling family and while my kids may bring these types of memory makers home from their enrichment classes, I knew I could come up with something fun and crazy, just like Dr. Seuss books!
My Dr. Seuss Oh What Do You Think? is an activity with cute rhyming questions that your child can answer on their own, or you can interview them yourself! Watch their answers change year after year!
I have even more great news! I’ve teamed up with a few of my favorite bloggers who are also featuring activities inspired by Dr. Seuss Books!
One Fish Two Fish Felt Crafts from Living Life and Learning
The Sleep Book Paper Plate Craft from Raising Little Superheroes
Wocket in my Pocket coloring pages and activity book from KiddyCharts
Ten Apples Up on Top – Early Math Top Hat Activity from Pray Species