In this post: Our own Seuss inspired foot book, Seuss treats and stories, and a baby Seuss photo shoot. Also, Michael’s Seuss-like poem. Come join us!
Hello dear ones! I’m so excited to share Leeland’s first Dr. Seuss Day with you! He’s 11 months old now! This year we kept it simple and pulled out decorations from previous years. I’ve got links to remind you of those fun times. But first I want to share our:
- Seuss-inspired Foot Book~ The Foot Book was Leeland’s first Dr. Seuss book. I love baby foot prints and wanted to incorporate that into our Seussical celebrations. Hence, Leeland’s own foot book. I simply photo copied Leeland’s feet with our printer. It’s much easier than paint, and you get to see all the precious details. The first copy was the clearest, so I used it for the front of the book. I used the hole punch to make whimsical confetti. A little yarn finished it up.
Here are a couple of sample pages.
- Green deviled eggs
- Ham sandwiches
- Seussical Brownie cakes~ Simply brownies topped with cream cheese frosting and sprinkles.
- One fish, Goldfish
Inspired by the books: Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
You can find Thing 1 and Thing 2 cupcakes plus Horton Hears a Who photo shoot here:
- The Truffula trees are from the above post as well. You’ll also find a Cat in the Hat photo poster and other Seuss decor.
- We read several Dr. Seuss books. You can also see the lapbook and Dr. Seuss biography on the table from last year. You can find the links for them and other Seussical schoolwork in this post:
- Michael took the Fox in Socks challenge. He read it as fast as he could without getting tongue tied.
- We broke out the Cat in the Hat “hat“, and Leeland had a baby Seuss photo shoot in his pack n’ play. Leeland is also wearing a Cat in the Hat cloth diaper.
- Michael colored these Dr. Seuss quotes.
- Lastly, Michael and I wrote this Seuss inspired poem.
How do you do Seuss Day? Please share the fun in the comments below. I love hearing from you! You can check out more Seuss fun on my Pinterest:
God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover