Dr. Seuss was a master storyteller and artist, and beloved by all ages. As an ode to one of my favorite authors AND my homeschooling heart, I’ve compiled the ultimate resource for all things Seussical. Find a new favorite book, and let the learning begin!

This is part four of five. Be sure to check out parts one, two and three for more great books!

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The Lorax has had plenty of popularity in recent years as a call to environmental awareness. The Lorax comes out and speaks for the trees as the Once-ler destroys all in his wake in order to make a more successful business.

Practice word families with this Truffula Tree activity from School Time Snippets.

Get a whole unit and lap book from Homeschool Share.

I love these great science activities from Science Sparks.


Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now! is the very first book I did a book report on (way back in Kindergarten)! Marvin has worn out his welcome and he needs to PLEASE GO NOW, by any means possible.

Think of all the ways you could go, like There’s Just One Mommy.

Get active with Marvin and PBS LearningMedia.

I love this idea of listing all the ways Marvin can go from A-Z, from Anchored in 3rd Grade.

Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? is one of the best books to read when you’re feeling a little down. In this one, Dr. Seuss reminds us of all the good things in our lives.

Think about how lucky YOU are with this printable from Corkboard Connections.

Taking Time to Create offers a few fun ideas for learning with this book.

Another sweet writing prompt about how lucky you are from Kickin’ It In Kindergarten.


The Shape of Me and Other Stuff really gets you thinking about the shapes of everything around you, and some things you might not ever consider!

Make sun print shapes with Cutting Tiny Bites.

I love this lift-the-flap craft from Busy Boys Brigade!

Some more great shape-exploring activities are available from To Be A Kid Again.

There’s a Wocket in My Pocket! is one of my favorite read-alouds, full of fun rhymes and outlandish creatures.

Make your own Wocket with this craft from Munchkins and Moms.

Write your own rhyming book with Growing Book by Book.

Practice fine motor skills and make your own pocket with A Mom With a Lesson Plan.

Celebrate life and the meanings of up in Great Day for Up! Full of classic Seuss rhymes and fun.

Make an UP collage like this one from Rock Your Homeschool.

Teaching Every Day offers some fun ideas to go along with this book.

Study the clouds like First Grade Wow.

Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! is a celebration of thinking. Isn’t it amazing all the many, many thinks you can think?

Make Schlopp with ObSEUSSed.

Study -ink words and make your own Think characters like First Grade OWLs.

Get involved in a philosophical discussion with Teaching Children Philosophy.

I Can Read with My Eyes Shut! is a fun beginner book that encourages a love of reading, whether you’re reading with open eyes or closed, or even upside down!

Make a cute glasses craft like I Can Teach My Child.

Practice math skills with this free worksheet from Teachers Pay Teachers.

Discover all the ways you can read like Learn Play Imagine.

Oh Say Can You Say? is a fun book of tongue twisters, full of real words to learn and crazy Seussian gibberish. This is a fun read-aloud, reminiscent of Fox in Socks.

Write your own tongue twisters, like this lesson from ThoughtCo.

Teaching Maddeness has tons of great craft ideas for teaching alliteration.

Teach other forms of poetry with these ideas from Notes From the Portable.

One little boy has Hunches in Bunches, so many things he COULD do, but how will he ever decide what he SHOULD do?

Find bunches of words in this themed word search from Seussville.

Practice “ch” words. I love this chocolate chip cookie digraph chart from For the Love of First Grade.

Make a “things to do” jar like this idea from Early Moments.

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