You read Dr. Seuss’s books with your kiddos…over and over and over again. At this point, you might even be able to recite some of them backward!
These Dr Seuss-inspired crafts for toddlers and preschoolers will help fill that story imagination with characters and crafts from the books they already love.
Creative Dr Seuss Crafts for Kids
Toddlers love the bright colors and the bold rhymes of Dr Seuss. We have some really easy Dr Seuss crafts for toddlers listed below!
Don’t forget that Preschoolers love reading Dr. Seuss’s books, so these Dr. Seuss-inspired crafts are perfect for preschool too!
Happy Crafting alongside the inspiration of Dr Seuss no matter what your age!
Turn Your Handprint Into Your Favorite Seuss Character!
Toddler and preschooler handprints can be transformed into the cutest Dr Seuss handprint art with just a few simple steps!
1. Make a Seuss Tree
This simple Truffula Tree craft by Kids Activities Blog is the perfect thing to get your Dr. Seuss celebration started. What better Seuss craft is there than a bookmark to keep your place in your favorite Seuss classic?
2. One Fish, Two Fish Craft for Kids
One fish, two fish, goldfish? Your kiddo can make their goldfish bowl like this one from Mrs. Thompson’s Treasures in the morning and enjoy a snack with their copy of One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish in the afternoon.
3. Green Eggs and Ham Craft Idea
Let’s make Green Eggs and Ham slime like this one from Kids Activities Blog! It is simple to do and great party favor of Dr. Seuss!
4. Make the Cat in a Hat!
This cute Cat in the Hat craft by Mrs. Thompson’s Treasures is adaptable for all ages of preschoolers!
More Cat in the Hat crafts & Dr Seuss crafts for preschool & toddlers!
5. Dr Seuss Edible Craft inspired by Put Me in the Zoo
This Put Me in the Zoo Tiger treat by Kids Activities Blog is the perfect Dr. Seuss rice crispy treat for kids! They are easy to make and the perfect addition to a book party.
6. If I Ran a Circus Craft Project
If I Ran a Circus, I’d definitely make these amazing-looking circus snacks by Glued to My Crafts Blog!
7. Make Orderly Hats with the Cat
The Cat in the Hat is all about disorder but this hat by Tippytoe Crafts is all about making patterns!
8. Keep Your Eyes Shut with Dr. Seuss
This I Can Read with My Eyes Shut mask by Teach Preschool is easy to make and will make reading the book so much more fun!
9. Red Foot Blue Foot!
Now, you can make your own family Foot Book and keep it for years to come. What a lovely way to preserve memories by 30 Minute Crafts!
10. Is Your Fox Wearing Socks Craft
Fox in Socks… on a sack. And he talks! Your toddler will be entertained with this cute craft by Mom Endeavors!
11. Green Eggs Sensory Play
This Green Eggs and Ham gak (unavailable) from Vanessa Dewey is so much play pretend fun!
12. Thing 1 Craft Made from Handprints
You’ve got to ‘hand’ it to Thing 1 and Thing 2! Your toddler will love making this craft by Still Playing School!
13. Create Horton!
Horton cares about everything, and now he can help your preschooler grow a plant with this Horton planter craft by This Girl’s Life!
14. Wear Horton!
Your preschooler can play pretend all afternoon with this Horton mask idea from Suburble!
15. Lorax Paper Plate Craft
This Lorax plate craft by Mamas Like Me is super adorable and such an easy craft for your cute kids!
16. Mulberry Street Craft
Now your child can spy on their street with these spy glasses-inspired craft from A Night Owl! This And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street (unavailable) experience is so fun!
17. Create Mixed Up Animals
Make your own mixed-up animals with this fun art project from Coffee Cups and Crayons!
18. Truffula Trees with Your Fingers
These fingerprint truffula trees art by Dolen Diaries are super easy for any preschooler to make, and they look like illustrations right out of the book!
19. Mustache Fun for Little One
Match the mustaches with this fun mustache cut-out activity by A Mom’s Take!
20. Oh the Places You Will Craft
Oh The Places You’ll Go is a favorite for everyone, and this picture frame is a wonderful way to remind your child of the places they’ve been! Cute idea from No Time For Flashcards!
21. One Fish Two Fish Craft for the Littlest Crafters
These cupcake liner fish by Do Small Things with Love are an awesome way to explore One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish!
22. Bartholomew and the Oobleck Craft
Have you ever felt oobleck? In Bartholomew and the Oobleck, Bartholomew has to rescue his kingdom from it, and now your kids can make their own when they make this project from I Heart Crafty Things!
23. Ride the 7 Hump Wump
Your kids may not have ever ridden a seven-hump wump but now they can make one with this idea from Kids Activities Blog!
24. Build Seuss World
This fun activity from Kitchen Counter Chronicles lets your kiddos construct strange structures a lot like the buildings they’d see in their favorite Dr. Seuss books!
25. Shape Me Drawings
Teach your kids drawing skills and enjoy looking at patterns right out of the book Shape of Me with this fun drawing craft from No Time For Flashcards!
26. Yertle the Turtle Fun
These Yertle the Turtle-inspired ideas from Mom Endeavors are fun to make and they’re stackable!
27. Put Yourself in the Hat
Are your kids mischief-makers just like their favorite characters out of Cat in the Hat? Now you can turn them into their favorite character in this fun idea from Inspiration Laboratories!
28. Truffula Bouquet
These truffula trees from The Lorax (unavailable) are oh so fun to make! Your kids will love watching the pom-poms come to life in this fun craft by Here Come The Girls!
More Fun Crafts and Activities for Kids from Play Ideas & Friends!
- Dr Seuss Day ideas that will have your kids rhyming all day.
- Download & print these free Cat in the Hat coloring pages.
- Check out how an Egg Carton Laptop Stand keeps your lappies cool!
- Grab some inspiration from this idea for celebrating Dr Seuss Foot Book!
- Go out and play these sidewalk chalk activities with your kids!
- Girls’ day in activities for your little girl and friends!
- Your one-year-old can have some fun with these activities too!
- Get your 4-year-old practice reading with these fun sight reading activities!
Which fun Dr Seuss craft are you going to do first with your kids?