6 Fun Ways to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday


Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! Can you believe that 107 years ago, Theodore Geisel changed the world by teaching children to read, and enjoy it, when he introduced “The Cat in the Hat.” We want to honor his memory and thank him for entertaining and educating us and our children. He has stimulated our imaginations and engaged us with fun, humor and a whole lot of goofiness. To keep his memory alive, here are 6 ways to help celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with some family fun activities.

1. Read. Pick your favorites and spend some time in the wacky world he created. Our favorites are The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Sox, and One Fish, Two Fish. Don’t have any of your own Dr. Seuss books? Go to the library or Costco has an inexpensive 4 pack of Dr. Seuss books to get your own Seuss library started.

Cat in the Hat App

2. Download an App. Are your kids too into technology to read a book made of …gasp, paper? Check out Oceanhouse Media’s interactive Dr. Seuss books. While I love books and encourage my kids to read all the time, Dr. Seuss stories just beg to be animated and enhanced which is why I love these interactive stories. I download a few to my Android phone and I’ve got entertainment for the kids anytime we are waiting in a restaurant or doctor’s office.

3. Go to Seussville, the site dedicated to all things Seuss, to play games

4. Cook up some Dr. Seuss inspired food.

Dr. Seuss party food

Michelle over at the So Wonderful, So Marvelous blog threw an awesome Dr. Seuss birthday party and I loved her food ideas. Head on over to her site to see how she made the Pink Ink Yink Drink {pink lemonade}, ABCs of Seuss Cookies {frosted cookies with ABCs on them}, and Yertle’s Caramel Turtles {Rolo turtle candies}.

Sugar Swings blog Grinch cupcakes

Then check out these totally cool Grinch cupcakes at the Sugar Swings blog.


5. Conserve. I love the Lorax. He’s my absolute bestest favorite. Use the Lorax to help teach your kids about being environmentally friendly. See these Tips from the Lorax. Your kids can also get more involved with the Lorax Project. My daughter loved looking at the pictures of the endangered monkeys.

Cat in the Hat Soft Stacker Toy
6. Play. We have some super cute Dr. Seuss inspired baby toys that will put a smile on everyone’s face. Check out our Cat in the Hat Stacker and our One Fish Two Fish Fishbowl Baby Toy. Both toys are made by Manhattan Toy so they are super soft, super fun, and super durable. March 2nd only, take 30% off these toys. No coupon needed! But hurry and order while supplies last.

one fish two fish

Which is your favorite Dr. Seuss book or character?

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7 Comments - Leave a comment

  1. My favorite book is Wings and Things.

    Love the cupcakes. Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

    Cute Beltz

  2. I haven’t read Wings and Things. I need to go find that at the library. Yes, aren’t those cupcakes super cute? Thanks for the suggestion and your comment!

    Sue Kirchner

  3. What fun ideas ! And those cupcakes are adorable! My kids are celebrating at school this month, but I didn’t even think about celebrating at home TOO! As always, you have inspired the party planner in me! Thanks so much!
    Cindy :)

    Cindy Bultema

  4. Thanks Cindy! Sue

    Sue Kirchner

  5. Thanks so much for the mention!


  6. Hi Michelle, It was my pleasure. Your party ideas were amazing. Thanks for letting me share. Sue

    Sue Kirchner

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