Apparently Dr. Seuss was born March 2, 1904, so on Monday March 3, 2014, I started to see posts on Facebook and other sites about activities to do to celebrate (all be it a day late). Little Lake County (a local blog site filled with all sorts of local activities) gave some ideas of what to do to celebrate the day. Since Hubby is not arts and crafts inclined and I was home early, I had Monkey do a Dr. Seuss themed art project that I found here.
White cardstock (or cardboard with white paper glued to it – it’s what I had on hand.)
Blue food coloring
Colored construction paper fish
Mix the blue food coloring and corn syrup (a little goes a long way with both) and put it in a bowl or a recycled meat tray. Give to your toddler to paint.
Then hand over the fish and let them stick. The corn syrup acts as a glue and drys shiny so it looks like water!
No day would be completed without a story – Monkey and Hubby reading The Lorax.