I think Theodore Geisel should have been a Poet Laureate of the United States.
He was born on the second of March, which for us translates
To green eggs and ham with wubbulous pancakes to start,
Then all day long with books and movies that are close to our heart.
Today’s post is a compilation of a few ideas to help you celebrate, too.
But only, of course, if that’s what you choose to do!
Okay, so that was a really bad attempt, but here are a few great ideas to up the happy in your day!
We loved The Lorax even before the new movie version, and I keep trying to get Princess Thundercloud to have a Lorax birthday (it’s near Earth Day), but to no avail. See this and lots of other Lorax ideas at Cute Food for Kids.
Sill loving subway art, even though the “in crowd” might not…here’s a great printable from Balancing Home.
My kids love these simple placemats to play a “One Fish, Two Fish” game…of course, we have to use rainbow goldfish ‘cause we’re a colorful family. Print them at Obseussed.com.
For a little something sweet (maybe an afterschool snack), Crazy for Crust shows you how to make these great “Cat in the Hat” smoothies and “Green Eggs and Ham” snacks.
And last but not least, a Dr. Seuss Cootie Catcher from The Country Chic Cottage. Because who doesn’t need one of those, I’d like to know?
So I hope you have fun celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday…we sure will!