Dr. Seuss Party Supplies for Home, School or Library
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss Day
Whether it's your baby's first birthday or you just love Dr. Seuss, March is the month to host a Dr. Seuss Party.
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss' birthday and Random House and the National Education Association encourage everyone to read a Dr. Seuss book.
Now, maybe you'll want to believe you're reading that book because your kids like it. But we all know the real reason. There isn't a human being on Earth who doesn't like Dr. Seuss!
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Eureka Dr. Seuss Punch Out Reusable Decorative 4-Inch Letters - Stripes, Set of 200 (487215)
Spell out the birthday child's name with the striped letters or put your Seuss slogan on the wall. Fun, fun, fun...
Ideas for a Dr Seuss Party - for a birthday or for a school setting
Planning Tips for Decorating the Table Seuss Style
Pink Ink Yink Drink Recipe
for the Dr. Seuss Birthday Party
Pink Ink Yink Drink Recipe
Â½ pint fresh or Â½ cup frozen blackberries
1 cup milk
6 fresh strawberries or Â½ cup frozen strawberries, thawed
1 tsp honey
Puree the blackberries in a blender and pour them into a tall glass.
Put the milk, strawberries and honey in the blender and mix until blended.
Carefully pour on top of the pureed blackberries.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish...!
Seuss Birthday Party Fun!
Dr. Seuss One Fish Two Fish Game
Just the right game for the youngsters! This is for 2 to 4 children, so with a bigger group, you can divide into teams to play.
Dr. Seuss Birthday Fun
First Birthday Parties are always important and what better way to celebrate than with that wily Cat In The Hat?
The bright, bold colors are perfect to make your party bright and cheerful.
Cat in the Hat Party Banner and Balloons
The Cat In The Hat is one of Dr. Seuss' most popular characters and even your 1-year old child will love the story.
And since Dr. Seuss' birthday is May 2...
And everyone loves his rhymes...
There's no better way to celebrate your child's birthday than inviting the Cat In The Hat to join in the festivities!
Games and Activities for the Special Seuss Day
- Dr. Seuss Unit Activities, Lessons, Printables | A to Z Teacher Stuff Themes
These are clearly marked with the suitable grade level. You'll find a ton of ideas here to use with your students.
- Dr. Seuss's Birthday -Teaching Ideas on Pinterest | 100 Pins
Pins about Dr. Seuss's Birthday (March 2) Teaching Ideas hand-picked by Pinner Rachel Friedrich | See more about dr. seuss, truffula trees and lorax.
- Celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday: Activities for Child...
Check out these ideas for having fun on Dr. Seuss' Birthday.
Decorate the Room with the Grinch, the Cat in the Hat and Others
Great fun for a party, but why not let the birthday child enjoy them all year by putting them on the wall of their room after the special event.
"Try them, try them, and you
may! Try them and you may, I
~ Sam I Am
Ideas for Teachers for Dr. Seuss Celebrations
- Scholastic.com - Seuss Celebration Ideas for Teachers
Lots of ideas from crafts, word games, printables, and classroom participation that teachers can easily apply.
Dr. Seuss Party Supplies
You might want several of these so you'll have one to cover the refreshment table, one to cover the gift table and so on.
More Party Tips for a Seuss DIY Party Decorations
Cat In The Hat Cake Toppers
Everyone will go wild over this colorful cake topped with cut-out figures from different Seuss books. Save them to use again or let the guests take their favorite one home with them.
© 2012 Virginia Allain