Looking for a fun way to celebrate Read Across America Day?
Then you’ll love these free printable Dr. Seuss hats that feature The Lorax, Thing 1 & Thing 2, and Horton from Horton Hears A Who.
On March 2nd, kids across the United States will celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and National Read Across America Day.
We love how schools get young kids excited about reading by doing fun activities and having a party for Dr. Seuss. It brings the same excitement for birthday parties and merges it with literacy and learning.
To go along with that spirit, we created these free printable Dr. Seuss headbands to go along with the celebration! They’re super simple to make – either print in black and white and color in or print in full color.
Make these then check out all of our Dr. Seuss crafts for kids for more fun!
Dr. Seuss Hats Printable
The goal when we created these Dr. Seuss character headbands was simply to bring a smile to kids’ faces and have them become passionate about reading (or being read to!).
My son began learning how to read just a short while ago, and it’s amazing seeing the transformation that it brings to his life.
He reads books all the time, he can’t wait to go to the library and now we can’t spell d-e-s-s-e-r-t in our house because he knows what we’re talking about!
We hope these hats also bring excitement for reading into your home or classroom.
And come on, just look at how cute the Lorax is. What kid wouldn’t want to wear that headband?!
Dr. Seuss Template Notes
Inside the free printable template, we’ve included two options.
Originally, we only had the full-color versions available. We imagined parents and teachers would simply print them out, cut, and assemble so the kids could wear them on Dr. Seuss Day.
But, as time went on we received more and more requests to have them in black and white. That wasn’t something we thought of, but it was a great idea!
Now, we have a black and white version as well so kids can color in the headbands and you can save your ink.
Whichever way you decide to print them out, we’re sure the kids will love them. Don’t forget to enter your email in the form at the end of this page to get your free copy!
More Dr. Seuss Resources
We can’t talk about Dr. Seuss without mentioning reading! Whether you have no Dr. Seuss books or just a few, here are some of the best Dr. Seuss books for kids.
Are You My Mother? is a cute book about a little bird who’s trying to find his mom in a big world!
Oh, The Places You’ll Go! – This book is a classic Dr. Seuss book about the ups and downs of life. It’s such a great read!
Dr. Seuss Second Book Collection– This boxed set of five Beginner Books by Dr. Seuss—The Cat in the Hat Comes Back, Dr. Seuss’s ABC, Oh Say Can You Say?, Oh the Thinks You Can Think!, and I Can Read with My Eyes Shut! is a great addition to your home library.
Another activity we love around here is crafts! They’re not only fun, but they also help kids with fine motor skills, creativity, and concentration. Add in more Seuss crafts with some of our favorites below:
Paper Bag Put Me In The Zoo Craft – This paper bag zoo craft is a fun and easy way for kids to get creative. It’s also a great activity for home or the classroom. Plus, there’s a free template to make things even easier.
Horton Hears A Who Handprint Craft – Celebrate Dr. Seuss day with this fun Horton Hears a Who handprint craft that kids will love! This activity is simple and doesn’t require any messy paint, making it perfect for little ones. Plus, the finished product is just too cute!
Cat in the Hat Craft – Looking for a fun way to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day? This Cat in the Hat craft is perfect! It’s a simple art and craft activity that helps kids practice their fine motor skills. Plus, it’s just plain fun!
Dr. Suess Paper Plate Fish Craft – The Cat in the Hat is coming to town today, so it’s time to celebrate with this fun activity for kids! Make a paper plate fish craft from the popular book with our free template.
These free printable Dr. Seuss color by number worksheets are so fun for kids to use, plus they’ll help them with fine motor skills and number recognition.
Wondering what your kiddo should wear to school on Dr. Seuss Day? Check out our favorite Dr. Seuss shirts for kids!
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