Saturday, March 21, 2015

A Seuss-sational Celebration

Hey ya'll! Whether you're a teacher celebrating one of the world's most beloved children's authors of all time with your class, or you're a mom planning a Seuss themed birthday party I'm hoping that you'll find this post to be helpful and inspiring along the way! I'm sharing how I celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday (March 2nd) in my classroom this year! We are a nut free classroom, so every one of these sweet treats was made with items that are processed in peanut/tree nut free facilities too! 


Green Eggs and Ham!

What You'll Need: 
  • Tiny Twist Pretzels
  • Ghiradelli White Melting Wafers (Found on the baking aisle at Kroger)
  • Green Sixlets (Found on the party aisle at Walmart)
  • An oven
  • A cookie sheet
  • Wax Paper or Aluminum Foil

Preheat your oven to 250. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper or aluminum foil to create a non-stick surface and to make for a quick and easy clean up! Spread out the pretzels across the sheet. Place one white chocolate melt on each pretzel. Place in the oven for 2-3 minutes. Now that the chocolate has melted place one Sixlet on each melt. Place in the fridge or let sit for 10-15 to harden. Voila! You have delicious "Green Eggs and Ham" treats!

 I also hopped on Microsoft Word a created a little gift tag for my coworkers! I found the clip art on Google Images and used a cutesy DJ Inkers font. I printed the tags onto white and green card stock. I used snack sized Ziploc bags and simply folded to tags over and stapled! They all LOVED this sweet and salty little treat!

Truffula Tree Cupcakes!


What You'll Need:
  • Mini Cupcakes (Available at Walmart Bakeries)
  • Paper Party Straws (Availble at craft stores and on the party aisle at Walmart)
  • Cotton Candy (Available at The Dollar Tree)

One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish!


What You'll Need:
  • One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish Ribbon (Available at Walmart)
  • Clear Treat Bags (Available at craft stores and Walmart)
  • Goldfish in Colors


 Hop on POPcorn!

 What You'll Need:
  • Paper Treat Cups (Available on the party aisle at The Dollar Tree and Walmart)
  • Avery Labels
  • Popcorn

I found the clip art on Google Images and used the font Wish I Were Taller to make the labels!

& here's the final product... A delicious Dr. Seuss Feast!


Here's a peak at some more Seuss FUN we had through out the week!
  • Horton Clovers

  •  Can in the Hat Cheese Stick Snacks

  •  The Lorax Clementine Snacks

  •  Help Horton! STEM Challenge

Happy Seussing,


  1. Hi, This is adorable! I pinned it to my "For the Littles" board. I found your blog through Pinterest. I have followed your (He Is Love) board for a while now. I just want to say thank you for all of the wonderful things you post there. You have blessed me greatly. May God bless you as you bless others.

  2. Do you have a printable available for the green eggs and ham?