Dr. Seuss Decorations Sneetches Garland


Dr. Seuss Decorations: Sneetches Garland



In Dr. Seuss’s story The Sneetches, there is a heated debate between those critters with a star on their tummies versus those who don’t. In the end, the Sneetches all end up looking alike and harmony ensues. If you are looking for some fun and frugal Dr. Seuss decorations, look no further than this Sneetches inspired garland. Designed around the bellies of the Sneetches, this garland is sure to add the spirit of Seuss to your day. Take a look at how to craft your own!



Dr Seuss Decorations Sneetches Garland


Sneetches Garland

Supplies needed for your Dr. Seuss Decorations:
Construction paper
Scissors
Yellow or white ribbon
Craft glue

You can find all of these supplies at your local dollar store. You can also check your scrap bin top see which of these supplies you may already have on hand.

Directions:
1. Begin by cutting out 5-7 circles from your yellow paper. Set them aside.
2. Cut out the same number of stars, but this time from your green paper. We freehanded our star, however you can use a stencil or pattern if you wish.
3. Glue the star to the top of the circle. Press it to make sure it adheres well.
4. Lay your ribbon flat on a table or floor. Begin attaching the circles to the ribbon, adding space of about 2 inches in between each.

Your Sneetches garland is now ready to be displayed. Hang it at the entryway of your party or gathering, on your food table, or even a mantel if you wish. It is a fun play on the colors and shapes emphasized in the book The Sneetches, a wonderful Seuss book with an even more wonderful lesson.

Gather your supplies and give this fun garland a try. It is a frugal way to get your home all “Seussed” out!

Sunday March 2nd is Read Across America otherwise known as Dr. Seuss Day. Brigades of therapy dogs will be hitting the road Friday February 28th with their owners to visit schools and Children’s Hospitals across the country to read Dr. Seuss Books. To partake in the Dr. Seuss gun carefree spirit we decided to share some fun things you can do at home with your little ones. Today we are going to share 3 Dr. Seuss Decorations ideas with you and next week we will be sharing some crafts, snack ideas, and enrichment activities. Make sure to check back regularly so that you don’t miss any of our fun Dr. Seuss inspired activities. And be sure to pin them, shares them on Facebook, and tweet so that others get into the Dr. Seuss spirit too!

If you are going to be working as a therapy dog team and reading Dr. Seuss books with children we would love to know about it so that we can put together a post and share the inspiration the dogs brought to the children.


Comments

  1. Love Dr. Seuss! Rhyming words that made it possible for young dyslexic readers to memorize stories and slowly learn what the shape of words looked like – where would I have been without him.

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