Kids Motherhood

Dr. Seuss Activities For Your Kids!

One Fish Two Fish

“Today you are YOU, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is truer than you!”

-Dr. Seuss

 

This year Dr. Seuss is turning 111 years old!  To help you celebrate, here are some simple and FUN activities all about Seuss!

My Silhouette

  • Download and print the outline from the following webpage.

http://www.nicolelhvaughn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/man-outline.jpg

  • Have your child decorate this outline according to what they look like
  • They can use scrap paper for clothes and yarn for hair
  • Sparkles can be applied for glittery skirts
  • Sports stickers can be applied for athletes
  • Talk with your child about their unique traits and abilities

 

On Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish

  • Construction Paper – white
  • Washable Paint: Green, Yellow, Red, Blue
  • Paper Plates, Paint Brushes, Marker

Instructions:

  • Place each color of paint on a paper plate, each with a paint brush
  • Paint your child’s hand with one color at a time and place on the paper to make fish
  • After paint dries, give the fish yes and write One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
  • Ready the book after making your creation

 

Looking for more fun Seuss Games and Activities?  Follow the link below!

http://www.seussville.com/?home#/home/

 

Don’t forget to purchase tickets to our Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash!

Saturday, March 7th from 9am-11am

www.kearneychildrensmuseum.org

 308-698-2228

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Kearney Area Children's Museum

Kearney Area Children’s Museum (KACM) was incorporated and established as a volunteer organization in 1989, and operates as a nonprofit in Kearney, Nebraska. Our services are marketed towards families, grandparents, schools, daycares, scouting, groups, and visitors in the greater Central Nebraska Area. We relocated to our current location, the Alia Arram Memorial Building, in 2010. The relocation was possible thanks to a generous donation of land and financial assistance. Over 50,000 visitors have attended KACM in 2014 of which over half were museum members.

KACM is a magical place where children explore the world around them through interactive exhibits and educational programming. Our exhibits are designed to captivate and enhance young imaginations, and provide families the opportunity to participate in hands on learning while growing together. At KACM we enjoy helping provide a place where family and community come together to make the world a better place for future generations.