Dr. Seuss was born March 2 1904, with the name Theodore Seuss Giebel. He was born in Springfield Massachutes. He studied at Dartmouth College and Oxford University. While in school he penned the name Dr. Seuss and later went on to cartooning for Vanity fair. Dr. Seuss would become one of the most well known children authors of our times. Dr. Seuss sold over 600 million copies, and translated into 20 different languages before his death on September 24, 1991.
Dr. Seuss books has touched many lives and helped many children learn how to read. In my own home we read books such as Green Eggs and Ham, Go Dog Go, 1 Fish Blue Fish Red Fish, Cat in the hat, and so many more. They graced our shelves, and entertained our nights. Who would not want to honor this man by celebrating such a day.
The best of our world today is the ideas to celebrate such an honored life is at our fingertips. There are many different sites that can help you plan a fun filled day of spending time with Dr. Seuss. Here are just a few of the ideas, and sites you can visit.
Green eggs and Ham for breakfast
making your own paper hat.
Hop on pop bed sheet fun
A car race through paint
Creating your own creature for Wocket in my Pocket
There are so many more ideas out there. At FreeHomeschooldeal they have a long list of ideas for fun activities. They have ideas for reports, math, unit studies, and games. This would be an ideal resource for any fun Dr. Seuss day.
You can also visit Seussville which also a fun time for everyone.
Remember learning is fun, and it should be for everyone.
From Dr. Seuss himself-
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.