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!
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The Butter Battle Book is a morality tale, warning of what can happen when you don’t respect the differences of those around you. The Yooks and Zooks both love buttered bread, but can’t get along because one prefers their bread butter side up, and the other butter side down.
Make your own butter, like E is For Explore.
Enjoy cross curricular learning with this free packet from Teachers Pay Teachers.
Decorate your own flag with this printable from Seussville.
I Am NOT Going to Get Up Today! No matter what happens, no matter what crazy circumstances you can think of, this lazy boy is NOT getting out of bed. Respect.
Imagine what you look like sleeping with this printable from Rock Collections and Cupcakes.
Make a sleep mask, like this one from Our Peaceful Planet.
Learn about other animals that are not going to get up today, with this hibernation unit study from Year Round Homeschooling.
Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is one of my favorite stories about life. Some places are good, some are scary, some are high, some are low. But no matter where you go, you’ll make it through. Dr. Seuss has faith in you.
Think about your future with this What I Want to Be When I Grow Up packet from World For Learning.
Make a mini suitcase with Inner Child Fun.
Fly away with this 3D balloon craft from Mrs. T’s First Grade.
In Hooper Humperdink…? Not Him! (originally published under the name Theo LeSieg), everyone is invited to the big party. All of the narrator’s friends, from Alice to Zipper. But Hooper Humperdink? He is NOT invited.
Talk about bullying with this activity from Hanselor the Counselor.
Come up with your own party with this alphabet activity from Early Moments.
Learn more about what it means to be a good friend with these great friendship ideas from Preschool Plan It.
Daisy-Head Mayzie is the story of one little girl who, one day, sprouts a daisy out of her head! She has to deal with not only her own feelings about the daisy, but also the reactions of all of those around her.
Make a daisy-head hat like There’s Just One Mommy.
Think of how to get rid of a daisy with this writing prompt from Tattling to the Teacher.
Learn more about real plants with this unit study from 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
My Many Colored Days discusses our many emotions and colors, and how not all days will be the same.
Make a sun catcher, like this one from The Teacher’s Corner.
Study tone color with this music lesson from Organized Chaos.
Find many fun activities inspired by the story from Rock Your Homeschool.
Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! is an ode to special teachers and the creative ways they teach in the special Diffendoofer school.
Study vocabulary, phonics, and more with this packet from Primary Graffiti.
Get inspiration from these craft ideas from Reading to Kids.
Find many great teaching ideas on this lesson plan from Seussville.
The Tooth Book (originally published under Theo LeSieg) is all about teeth. Your teeth, my teeth, all the teeth.
Make a cute tooth holder, like this one from Far From Normal.
Practice teeth brushing with egg cartons like Teach Preschool.
Get creative with toothbrush painting from Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas.
What Pet Should I Get? tells the story of two siblings on their visit to the pet store. Sometimes it can be SO HARD to make up your mind!
Let this chatterbox help you decide what pet to get, by Danya Banya.
Make footprint pets, like these from The Pinterested Parent.
Create your own pet with this drawing activity from Mom Inspired Life.
Please Try to Remember the First of Octember (originally published under the name Theo LeSieg), a day when you can get everything you ever dreamed! There are no bad days on the first of Octember.
Learn the real months of the year with this paper plate craft from Books and Giggles.
Practice list making with this lesson from Scholastic.
Get inspired by these ideas from I Can Teach My Child.
That’s it! Fifty books! One hundred fifty free activities! I hope you have found some inspiration for your own Dr. Seuss studies.