Dr. Seuss Inspired Snack Ideas

Dr. Seuss Inspired Activities for Kids at The Educators' Spin On It
We're joining to celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday and NEA's Read Across America Day! Here are some of our favorite's from Dr. Suess that we'll be including in our Little Hands that Cook with Books and Dr. Seuss this week. 


The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss are one of the first BIG books that your child will be able to read all by themselves as they become emergent readers.  It's a special moment when they realize they've read it ALL by themselves.  What a great way to celebrate than with a special Dr. Seuss inspired Snack. 

Dr. Seuss Inspired Snack Ideas featured at The Educators' Spin On It

Here are a few suggestions for Dr. Seuss Themed Snacks

  • Dr. Seuss Cupcakes: Make blue frosting and add cracker fish to the top
  • One Fish Two Fish Jello:  Make Blue jello and add gummy fish to them  
  • Make your Own Fish Crackers: Make fish crackers and create your own Seuss Inspired story
  • The Cat and the Hat Hat : Attach red lifesaver gummies with white frosting to a round cookie or a rice cake with strawberry slices and cucumber slices or pattern bananas and strawberries to create a hat! 
  • Lorax Trees:  Attach cheese to pretzels sticks 

There are so many resources for finding ideas for Dr. Seuss activities for your child.  I've done searching for you to find some excellent resources for your child.  I've included Snack Ideas and Activity Ideas for your little ones.  Hope you enjoy and inspire them to become great thinkers and doers! 

Dr. Seuss Inspired Snack Ideas featured at The Educators' Spin On It

Dr. Seuss Snack Ideas

Dr. Seuss Virtual Book Club for Kids

Dr. Seuss Activities and Resources

Dr. Seuss Red Picture Frame Idea

We had so much fun with each of our children creating a Dr. Suess Moment with the red frame.  I encourage you to do this at home or school too.  The best part is you can use the frame for other holidays too including Valentine's Day, Christmas, Fourth of July or Back to School.  For more Dr. Seuss Activities visit the Dr. Seuss Virtual Book Club for Kids 

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“Today you are You, that is truer than true.
There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”

- Dr. Seuss


Amanda said...

Oooh, I am inspired to make something yummy for the kiddos on Friday. Wasn't planning on it, but this post is just too cute Kim!
PS- wonder what else we can do with this red frame. It is so much fun to take pictures with =)

Simple Girl said...

Thanks so much for stopping by! So glad you like my One Fish, Two Fish Jello! :-) One of the best parts of being a mom is helping out in my child's classroom!

Kim @ The Educators Spin On It said...

You did a great job! Thanks for stopping by here and allowing me to share! We love volunteering in our children's classrooms too.

Maureen said...

We've also made a Cat in the Hat snack but wanted a healthier version. We used a rice cracker for the base then layered slices of strawberries and peeled cucumbers for the top of the hat. You can see it here
just scroll down the page

Thanks for sharing all these great ideas

Deedee Wills said...

Thank you for mentioning my lesson plans! We are loving our activities this week.

Kim @ The Educators Spin On It said...

You're welcome Deedee, we love your site and your creativity. I wish my daughter was in a Kindergarten classroom like yours!

Heather Painchaud said...

Thank you for including me in this list of fabulous resources!! I also paint and sell life-size Dr Seuss Murals in my shop! You can find them here http://www.etsy.com/shop/twindragonflydesigns

Kim @ The Educators Spin On It said...

Thanks Maureen for giving us a healthier option, love it!

Amanda said...

I was trying to think of a healthier way and LOVE the rice cracker idea. I may even have a bag of the minis in my pantry. I was thinking about making a fruit parfait like this one http://theeducatorsspinonit.blogspot.com/2012/02/little-hands-that-cook-with-books-dairy.html only layering plain yogurt and strawberries in one of my juice cups, then setting it on a red circle for a cat-in-the-hat breakfast. I enjoy seeing healthy spins on cute food!

Carolyn said...

Love the hats and the frames... so much fun for kids.

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