March is a great time to celebrate Theodor Geisel (or Dr. Suess!) We have rounded up 12 Fun Dr. Seuss Games for you to do with your class. These are not printables, worksheets, and crafts – they are games that are great for working on literacy, math, and so much more! Have fun with these friends.
1. Cup Stacking STEM Challenge from Little Bins for Little Hands. Loaded with learning: counting and problem-solving! Click here to read me.
2. 1 Fish, 2 Fish. Red Fish. Blue Fish estimation game. Click here to see more.
3. Cat’s Hat Toss – Students will LOVE trying to throw the ball into each of the three hats. How many balls can they get in bin one, two, and three? How many balls can they get in all together? Click here to check it out.
4. Ten Apples on Top Stacking Game – Read this fun book and then see how many pool noodles you can stack. Click here for the info.
The hat games would be so much fun with the students wearing Name Pattern Hats. These are fully editable and even cuter when attached to a sentence strip. Click here to check them out now.
5. Fish Bowl Alphabet Game from The Educators Spin On It. Practice the alphabet with this fun alphabet game! Click here to read all about it.
6. Green Eggs and Ham Tic-Tac-Toe – This is a fun game from JDaniels4 Mom. Great for taking turns, problem-solving, and really working the brain! Click here to see how you can easily make it too!
7. Gack Ring Toss. Educational how? Again, counting how many rings you can get on. Counting how many of each color ring, and even adding those colors together. Not to mention problem-solving and fun. For full directions on how to make this, click here to head over to the Happy Birthday Author site.
8. Get your students familiar with their space with this idea from Future Librarian Superhero. Simply print and hide 10 Cat in the Hat’s around the room and have the kiddos find them. Hide them in math manipulatives, in your library, and in your writing center. It’s a great way to bring some attention back to a not-so-visited center again. (Love doing it in the library, but you may not have a visit there planned). Click here to check out this entire idea.
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And if you are wanting to learn more about Theodor Geisel, or Dr. Seuss, we have you covered with this fun easy reader. Students will love reading the simple sentences about his life along with you and coloring the pictures. Click here to check it out.
9. Truffela Tree Patterns. Love this idea from See Vanessa Craft. She shows you how to make these adorable trees, but why not ask your students to make a pattern with the beads? Click here to read more about it.
10. I know many of you have added a trampoline to your classroom, see Bonnie Kathryn Teaching for more info on this one. And look what I found for Hop On Pop. How fun would this be? Click here to see the pin from Mad in Crafts.
11. Seuss Word Jenga. LOVE this! You can use the fun CVC words and even some of the silly words to play Jenga. Click here to see how Mad in Crafts.
12. Fish Graph. Kids will LOVE fishing for different color fish and sort them onto a big graph in your class. Click here to read more about it from K is for Kindergarten.
And if you are looking for some easy to implement activities, our Read and Rhyme America unit is the perfect mix of nonsense words, CVC words, numbers to 120, vocabulary, and so much more! There is even a write the room your students will love. Click here to check it out.