Celebrate Dr Seuss’ birthday this March 2nd with this fun list of eleven Seuss sensory play ideas inspired by our pick of the most popular Dr Seuss books.
Whether you’re a fan of Red Fish, Blue Fish, One Fish, Two Fish or Wacky Wednesday or The Fox in Socks, there is a Seuss-inspired sensory play idea here for you. Try one or two, red or blue!
You could even enjoy a day of everything Seuss with the book activities included in these collections of Seuss art ideas, Seuss learning games, or check out these fun, printable Seuss Writing Prompts to use with independent writers.
11 Dr Seuss Sensory Play Ideas
Cat in the Hat Playdough Fun: Playdough is such a great sensory resource and this cool Cat in the Hat playdough invitation is sure to inspire lots of sensory exploration (from Fun-A-Day).
Bartholemew and the Oobleck Sensory Activity: Making oobleck is so simple and playing with it, so much fun! A super sensory play idea! (via Teach Beside Me).
Ten Apples Up On Top Math Sensory Bin: This fun sensory bin combines math and early literacy with sensory exploration (via Little Bins for Little Hands).
Dr Seuss Rice Bin with Rhyming Activity: A fun rice play bin with words! (via Little Bins For Little Hands)
Fox in Socks Sensory Bin: Who knew you could have so much fun with a bunch of socks! (from Catch a Star Ideas)
Grinch Sensory Bin: Love the Grinch-y green of this sensory rice play! (via I Can Teach My Child)
Red Fish, Blue Fish, Science Sensory Bin: A super, snowy sensory activity with a fun added science element (via Parenting Chaos).
10 Apples Up on Top Inspired Sensory Bin: Apple pie spice makes a wonderful sensory addition to cloud dough (from Views From a Stepstool).
Dr Seuss Sensory Bin with Kinetic Sand: Combine the Cat in the Hat with kinetic sand for this fun sensory bin (from The Educator’s Spin on It).
The Lorax Sensory Play Bin: A sweet invitation to create a forest of truffula trees for imaginative play (via Lemon Lime Adventures).
The Lorax Sensory Slime Fun: The Lorax + Slime = so much sensory fun! (via Little Bins for Little Hands)
For even more Dr Seuss inspired fun, click through to learn more about these book based activities;