Who doesn’t love Dr. Seuss? A poll across our office sparked much discussion around favorite titles, (The Lorax and Oh, the Places You’ll Go tied, if you were wondering), but it’s so hard to choose given the impressive catalog of classics Dr. Seuss turned out. If you’re celebrating Read Across America Day or Dr. Seuss’s birthday this week—or just plain love books—we’ve gathered up some resources for use at your childcare center or preschool, or at home for that matter.
Please take a look at some of our favorite Seuss activities, and be sure to bookmark our roundup of book recommendations for each age group.
Dr. Seuss activities
Dr. Seuss book recommendations
Books for infants
Books for toddlers
The New York Times shares a list of modern titles sure to charm this age group.
Here are Motherly’s picks for classic books for toddlers.
Common Sense media weighs in on books to capture and hold toddler attention.
Books for preschoolers
More thoughtful age-specifc recommendations from the folks at Common Sense Media, with an emphasis on fun titles.
Please do chime in with your great ideas and suggestions in the comments section below!