Dr. Seuss Party Ideas
Dr. Seuss birthday theme ideas
the Dr. Seuss books to life with these fun party ideas for kids of all
Decorate invitations to look like the different book covers
written by Dr. Seuss.
Ideas from our
Cat in the Hat
Ideas from our
Thing One and Thing Two page.
Download a free Dr. Seuss font from the web to use on the
Hang kites in the trees outside the party venue.
Dr. Seuss sayings onto cardstock and place them on stakes in the ground
leading up to the party area. Hang bunches of colorful helium
balloons (Oh The Places You'll Go!) around
the party area.
Fill red and white buckets or pails
with party snacks such as chips, dips or crackers.
||Dr. Seuss Icebreaker
A fun activity to do as guests are arriving to the party is a
guessing game. Guests must guess the closest number to how many
candies are in a jar. Before the party fill a large glass jar with
colorful candies such as Skittles, Jellybeans or M&M's ... if possible
fill the jar with red, blue and white candies.
Count the number of
candies as you are placing them inside the jar and then write the number
down and keep it in a safe place. Close the jar and set it on a
decorated table along with pens, paper and a small decorated basket or
Ask the guests to write down how many
candies or toys they think the container holds along with their name on
colorful paper and then fold it and place in the basket. Before the
party ends announce the winner. As the prize for guessing the closest
number the candy goes home with the winner.
See our Cat in
the Hat party and Thing 1 & Thing 2
party pages for party activities.
Dr. Seuss Party Games
Fox in Socks Stomp
Have guests take off their shoes and then give them each a pair of long adult
tube socks to put on. Have them put on the socks so there is
at least 5 inches of empty sock at their toes. Then have them try
to be the last one with their socks on as they "stomp" on the socks of
the other party guests.
Horton Hears A Who Treasure Hunt
Before the party gather lots (and lots!) of plastic Easter Eggs (clover)
and fill them with candies or small toys. In one of the eggs place
a pink pompom ball. Whoever find the egg with the pink pompom ball
gets a special prize. Hide the eggs before the party. Give
each guest a paper sack to carry the clover that they collect. You
can give out one special prize or hide several special eggs.
1 Fish 2 Fish Fishing Game
Decorate a very big appliance box or sheet with the characters from the
Dr. Seuss book "One Fish Two Fish". The fish (adults or older children)
will hide behind the box and when the kids fish they will attach candy
or prizes to the "hook" (use a clothespin to attach the prizes. A
fishing pole can be easily made from a broom stick, string and a clothes
pin. Kids cast the clothespin hook into the water. Then the "fish"
attach a candy or prize to the clothespin.
Left Foot Right Foot Relay
Set up some fun relay races with a Dr. Seuss theme:
Make teams and race relay style while:
Trying to run with a blown up balloon between their legs
Using a jump rope
Balancing a few objects like a tea cup, ball and book
Hop on Pop Relay Game
Have two teams of party guests race relay style across the room and back
by one at a time hopping across the game area. When they have
finished the relay start again by having them do the relay hopping
Party games for girls - Girls birthday
Party games for boys only -
Party Games for
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 year old -
Birthday Party Games
Green eggs and Ham
Fold red and white striped
heavy paper into cone shapes then fill with blue cotton candy
Cookies decorated with white and red icing.
Dr. Seuss Party Favor Ideas
Dr. Seuss Books
Dr. Seuss stuffed character
Dr. Seuss activity book or coloring book
Goody Loot Bag Ideas
White and red striped hats
Red or blue bags
Red and White striped boxes tied with blue ribbon
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