In celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss, I did a few fun things with the kiddos today. My son requested a Dr. Seuss lunch, so I packed him green eggs (hard boiled eggs) and ham (actually turkey, because we were out of ham) and a special cat hat made with m&ms.
And I whipped up these cute Thing 1 and Thing 2 shirts for the kids to wear to school. There was fighting over who would be number 1 and who would be number 2, so we opted to make them Thing 4 and Thing 7 to show their ages.
I made the circle with felt, cut the letters and numbers out of felt and hot glued them on. I handstitched them onto their shirts, so when Dr. Seuss day is over, we can just remove the circles from the shirts.
Looking for more fun Dr. Seuss ideas to celebrate today?
Check out the fun games and activities at these sites:
And what better day than today to join Scholastic for their Global Literacy Campaign -
Visit their site to view the Reading Bill of Rights and
sign the pledge to read to or with your child everyday!