We love Dr. Seuss and he has inspired these fun and colorful science activities for preschoolers. Use these easy science experiments for kids for Dr. Seuss day, science class or any day! Exploring these preschool science activities is fun for kids and will engage their fine motor skills, promote critical thinking and observation skills, and the best part – it includes their Dr. Seuss’s books favorite characters!

Image shows a compilation of different dr. seuss science activities for preschoolers.
Enjoy these Dr Seuss STEM activities!

Favorite Dr Seuss Science Activities For Children

These easy science activities and science projects were written with younger children in mind, but older children who love learning fun will have a great time too.

March 2nd is a special day — it’s Dr. Seuss’s birthday! He’s the author of some of the most popular books among kids of all ages and adults alike. You can use these science projects to celebrate his birthday!

We put together a bunch of different Dr Seuss science activities that are not only fun ideas but also a great way for preschoolers to try their first science experiments, enjoy sensory play, and recreate parts of their favorite Dr. Seuss books.

1. I Do So Like Green Eggs Slime – Fun Dr. Seuss Craft for Kids

Image shows a dr seuss green eggs slime. Idea from Kids Activities Blog
This activity is based on a classic Dr. Seuss book.

This fun activity is Green Eggs slime based on the favorite Dr Seuss book and will have you repeating Sam-I-Am in no time!

2. How to Make Oobleck! A Non-Newtonian Fluid

image shows a cat in the hat slime. Idea from Kids Activities Blog
This Dr. Seuss craft is perfect for little hands.

Have you heard about non-newtonian fluids? This How to make Oobleck is a great way for kids to learn about the science of liquids through play. Get your cornstarch, popsicle sticks and food coloring.

3. Make Awesome Dr Seuss Slime

Image shows a Cat in the hat Earth Day craft from Little Bins for little Hands
A great way to celebrate Earth Day.

Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America with this easy and awesome Dr Seuss slime to go along with a favorite Dr Seuss book, The Cat In The Hat. From Little Bins For Little Hands.

4. Here is a Quick Inspired-by-Dr. Seuss Thunder Science Experiment

Image shows a white paper bag for an experiment. Idea from Preschool Powol Packets
Kids will have so much fun!

Here is a quick thunder science experiment inspired by Dr. Seuss’s fun book, Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?! You’ll need a paper bag – that’s literally it. From Preschool Powol Packets.

5. Fizzy Green Eggs and Ham Experiment

Image shows fizzy green egg science project. From Little Bins for little hands.
This activity will wow the younger kids.

Get ready to add this easy kitchen science, two-ingredient recipe to your Dr Seuss lesson plans this season! From Little Bins for Little Hands.

6. Grow the Grinch’s Heart Science Experiment

Image shows a grinch's heart science experiment craft. Idea from Creative family Fun.
Make your own Grinch heart!

You need really simple supplies for this activity, like a green balloon, a red sharpie, an empty water bottle and other supplies you probably already own. From Creative Family Fun.

7. Stacking Apples Game: A Fall STEM Activity for Kids

Image shows apples stacked on top of each other next to the Ten apples up on top book. Idea from The educators spin on it
This activity is based on my favorite Dr Seuss book.

Create a hands-on fall STEM activity with this stacking apples game using pretend apples and playdough. It’s a perfect match to challenge your child’s thinking skills. From The Educators’ Spin On It.

8. Green Eggs Chemistry Experiment

Image shows two green eggs for a chemistry expeirment based on Dr Seuss. Idea from Teach Beside Me.
Mmmh, don’t they look so delicious?

This experiment from Teach Beside Me makes vibrant green eggs that are safe to eat and have no artificial dyes whatsoever!! Grab your red cabbage and eggs.

9. Fizzing Green Eggs Science Experiment for Preschool

Image shows four frizzing green egg balls for a science experiment. Idea from Preschool Powol packet
Let’s make fizzing green eggs!!

You cannot eat these “green eggs,” but they make a super fun preschool science project and go great with Dr. Seuss theme! From Preschool Powol Packet.

10. Dissolving Candy Fish For Fun Dr Seuss Activities!

Image shows a candy fish experiment for preschoolers based on Dr. Seuss book. Idea from Little Bins for Little Hands
Let’s head to the kitchen!

Using candy fish is the perfect way to explore science and enjoy a classic Dr. Seuss book, One fish two fish red fish blue fish, all in one! From Little Bins For Little Hands.

11. Fizzy Color Mixing Experiment

Image shows a pink fizzy color mixing experiment based on a Dr. Seuss book. Idea from Inspiration Laboratories
Learning about colors and feelings is so important.

Kids of all ages will love this fizzy color mixing experiment from Inspiration Laboratories. It’s super easy to set up and can entertain for quite a while.

12. How To Make Oobleck

Image shows an oobleck experiment with a book next to it. Idea from ABCS of literacy.
Kids of all ages will love this experiment.

Oobleck is a classic science experiment that is perfect for children of all ages. It’s easy to make and even more fun to play with! From ABCs of Literacy.

13. Measuring with the Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Image shows a ruler and.a foot drawing. Idea from Little Bins for Little Hands
Here’s a simple and easy Lorax craft.

The Foot Book is a great way to inspire kids to measure their feet and then use them to measure lots of other things. From Inspiration Laboratories.

14. Lorax Earth Day Slime Activity

image shows a Lorax Slime to celebrate earth day. Idea from Little bins for little hands
Making slime is always a good idea.

What’s the science behind this The Lorax theme slime? Let’s learn all about chemical reactions with this science experiment! From Little Bins for Little Hands.

15. Making Footprints In The Snow – The Foot Book By Dr. Seuss Based Activity For Toddlers and Preschoolers

Image shows a toddler playing in the snow. Idea from Rainy Day Mum.
A perfect activity for winter months!

Let’s explore the outside and practice gross motor skills by making footprints in the snow! This activity is based on The Foot Book and is ideal for toddlers and preschoolers. From Rainy Day Mum.

16. Fizzy Footprints {Dr. Seuss Virtual Book Club Blog Hop}

Image shows a fizzy footprints activity with plastic toys. Idea from Toddler Approved
Let’s make a simple baking soda/vinegar activity.

Since The Foot Book is all about feet, let’s go on a hunt for feet! Grab toys that have different types of feet and then make this science experiment. Idea from Toddler Approved.

17. Cat in the Hat Math Activities For Preschool

Image shows a kid playing
Let’s practice our math skills!

These fun Cat in the Hat activities are a great way to work on our math skills. Use a hat to measure how many hats tall different objects are! From Coffee Cups and Crayons.

18. Classic Egg Drop STEM Challenge

Image shows a STEM challenge for kids based on a Dr. Seuss activity. Idea from Theres Just One Mommy.
This is a really fun Dr. Seuss STEM challenge!

The egg drop challenge is a favorite when it comes to STEM activities for kids, and more when you add it to your Dr. Seuss activities. Let’s protect the egg! From There’s Just One Mommy.

19. Bartholomew and the Oobleck STEM Activity with LEGO

Dr seuss science activity - Bartholomew and oobleck using lego minifigures
We love messy activities too!

Want to learn more about the science of oobleck? Make this Bartholomew and the Oobleck inspired STEM activity to recreate the story. From STEAM Powered Family.

20. Cat In A Hat Cup Stacking Challenge

Image shows red solo cups Cat in the hat stacking activity. Idea from Little Bins for Little Hands
Can you stack the cat’s hat with just cups and paper?

Here’s a fun STEM activity inspired by The Cat In The Hat. Join the challenge and find out how tall you can stack your hat using red solo cups! From Little Bins For Little Hands.

21. Egg Drop Challenge

Image shows 6 eggs and some kitchen towel rolls for a stem activity. Idea from Little bins for little hands.
Can you do this STEM challenge?

Egg drop challenges are super cool and are terrific STEM activities! This one is great because it’s super simple and inexpensive. From Little Bins for Little Hands.

22. Apple Boats STEM Activity

Image shows an apple cut in half with toothpic for a STEM activity. From A dab of glue will do.
Grab some apples!

This Apple Boats STEM Activity is an easy and fun way for children to test different sizes of apples and materials to see if apples float in water. From A Dab of Glue Will Do.

23. Exploring Science In Motion With a DIY Apple Game

Image shows a drawing of an apple tree for a stem activity. Idea from The Educators Spin On It.
It’s time to get coloring.

Create a fun DIY Apple Game for exploring science with force and motion with your child, based on Ten Apples Up on Top. From The Educators’ Spin On It.

24. Cat in the Hat Science

Image shows a Cat in the Hat science experiment. Idea from Toddler Approved
Kids will be so excited about this Cat in the Hat experiment!

Get your little one interested in science with this fun liquid Cat in the Hat science experiment. They’ll be so surprised to see how the colors separate. From Toddler Approved.

25. Learning Monkeys: {Dr. Seuss Inspired} One Fish Two Fish Counting Game

Image shows a Dr. seuss counting game based on the fish book. Idea from Mama Miss.
Try this fun way to practice counting.

Here’s a simple game to practice counting, numbers, and colors with a fish bowl & some little fishies to swim in the bowl. From Mama Miss.

26. Green Eggs and Ham Addition Match Game

Image shows a Green Eggs and Ham book with green cutouts with numbers next to it. Idea from Creative Family Fun
These addition activities are super fun.

This addition match game is very easy to prepare, you only need 2 sheets of green construction paper, a black marker, and scissors. From Creative Family Fun.

27. Growing a Grinch Heart Science Experiment

Image shows a green balloon with a red heart painted on it. Idea from Fun With Mama.
Do you want to learn how to “grow” a heart?

Your children will love this Growing a Grinch Heart Science Experiment! It’s a fun way to get excited about the holiday season with a little bit of baking soda and vinegar. From Fun With Mama.

28. Cat in the Hat Center of Gravity Preschool Science Experiment

Image shows a kid with a book on her head and holding a plate. Idea from Preschool Powol Packets.
How much do your children know about gravity?

Try these fun Cat in the Hat themed Center of Gravity and Balancing science experiments and projects, and have your kid learn about gravity at the same time. From Preschool Powol Packets.

29. Inspired-by-Dr. Seuss Turtle Science STEM Challenge!

Image shows a pile of rock for a stem activity. Idea from Preschool Powol Packets
Let’s go outside!

There’s so much you can do with a pile of rocks! Building a tower, learning about physics and gravity, counting, etc.! Try these ideas from Preschool Powol Packets.

30. Rubber Band Sling Shot LEGO Car!

Image shows a DIY LEGO sling shot toy. Idea from Preschool Powol Packet
Doesn’t this look like so much fun?

Launching this LEGO car is one of the most fun things you can do for a STEM challenge. This one is inspired by Dr. Seuss book Green Eggs and Ham. Idea from Preschool Powol Packets.


More Science fun for Kids of all Ages

Did you try these Dr. Seuss science activities for preschoolers? Which one did your kiddo like best?

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