Here is a fun fact. Did you know that Dr. Seuss’ real name was Theodore Seuss Geisel?
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s Birthday
I love Dr. Seuss. The stories never get old and always makes me smile. Traditionally, many teachers in the classroom will be planning special activities for their students to celebrate this special day. To carry on his legacy of imagination & silliness, how will you celebrate? With crafts or treats? Decorate your classroom or dress up for the occasion? What favorite story will you read?
Here are 30 wonderful roundups that you can surely use to celebrate this special & fun occasion.
Dr. Seuss Crafts
Dr. Seuss Recipes
Dr Seuss Cat in the Hat Cupcakes