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Dr Seuss Free Party Printables

Dr Seuss Free Party Printables

The birthday of Dr Seuss is on March 2 and it has been adopted as the annual date for National Read Across America Day, an initiative on reading created by the National Education Association.  Across the USA, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centres participate by bringing kids and books together!  Did you know that Dr. Seuss wrote 46 books for kids and that they have been translated in over 20 languages?   Everyday his books are read world-wide – what an impact on literacy he has made as his many colourful and wild tales are still cherished by young and old alike

Celebrate Dr. Seuss and reading with this fun party printable set that is truly fun year round!  These are great for any Dr. Seuss party, whether you are celebrating a special little persons birthday or Read Across America Day!

These printables are super simple to use just follow the instructions below!

What you Need

Downloaded Printables
Scissors or Paper Cutter
Hole Punch
String or Ribbon
Circle Punch
Lollipop Sticks

For Place Cards and Favour Bag Toppers, print out sheet and cut out the cards. Place a ruler down the middle of the backside of each and score a folding line with a butter knife. Fold the topper in half and make a center crease.  You are done if making Place cards, for favour bags, insert filled bags inside of folded topper and staple to the bag.
For Cupcake Picks, print out sheet and use a circle punch to punch out the circles or use scissors.  Using a hot glue gun, put a small amount of hot glue onto a lollipop stick and place on the back of the cut out circle.

Dr Seuss Free Party Printables

Dr Seuss Free Party Printables

Looking for more free Dr Seuss printables?  Check out this super cute set from Catch My Party and these ones from My Paper Lily!


Printables created for Frugal Mom Eh by Alicia M.

Laurie P

Wednesday 16th of April 2014

These will come in handy for the party planning this summer!

Stephanie LaPlante

Sunday 16th of March 2014

That's awesome! I was a huge Dr Seuss fan growing up.

Victoria Ess

Thursday 13th of March 2014

Thanks for the party ideas!! I'll be prepared for next year!

Darlene Schuller

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

I don't know why I thought Dr Seuss had been around longer.... maybe because I was 3 at the time..but wow.. this is pretty awesome really, who hasn't heard of or read or been read.. Dr Seuss! Thanks chickie!


Tuesday 25th of February 2014

Dr Seus is such a classic and great books to learn to read on. Happy Birthday Dr, Seus.