We had lots of party games and crafts to keep the kids occupied with relay races, making our own Seuss critters, pin the flower on Horton, and my personal favorite, toss the ring on the antler!
And no party is complete without a little treat to take home. We found fun rainbow stripe and polka dot socks for a dollar that fit perfectly with our Fox in Socks book – and believe it or not the kids were super excited about them!
A Dr. Seuss birthday party is more than a fun event, it really is a great way to encourage your kids to read!
To see how I made these easy-to-make balloon props, click here to watch the Dr. Seuss Party Centerpiece tutorial!