We’re so excited because Dr. Seuss’s birthday will be here any day! His funny and clever stories could fill anyone’s world with color when they were grey. As a way to appreciate him, we have a lot of things to say. But to keep it short and sweet, here’s how to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day:

  1. Make Green Eggs & Ham

Honor one of the most popular Dr. Seuss books on his birthday by whipping up a batch of green eggs and ham. You will be more than satisfied with how they taste, and you can even serve it with some toast and jam. Dyeing just the yolk green may be pretty tricky. So making them scrambled is easier, especially if your eaters are a little picky.

  1. Read Your Favorite Dr. Seuss Book

There are over 40 different books to choose from, so it may be a tough decision. However, the good thing about these books is that they’re pretty short, so you can read more than one that day with precision! The Cat in the Hat is truly one of the best. However, Fox in Socks tends to stand out among the rest. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is also one of the greatest that Dr. Seuss could make. But we think Hop on Pop really takes the cake.

  1. Dress Up for the Day

To get in the spirit for Dr. Seuss’s birthday, dress up as your favorite character, why don’t you? Some of the most popular Dr. Seuss outfits are Thing 1 and Thing 2! Or would you rather dress as Sam I Am? Everyone already knows how much you love green eggs and ham! Maybe you and some friends will talk about going as 1 fish, 2 fish, red fish, blue fish in the group chat. Better yet, show up as the Cat in the Hat! And don’t you let the fun stop there! Try some Cat in the Hat pajamas, you silly bear!

  1. Go to a Reading

Celebrate reading in a special way. It’s also Dr. Seuss’s birthday! Go to a reading or celebration at your local library. It’s guaranteed that everyone there will be very merry! They’ll read all of your favorite Dr. Seuss books. Wear Cat’s tall, striped hat while you’re there for good looks.

Now that you’re ready to go, you know just what to do! Have a great time celebrating Dr. Seuss Day—we’ll be watching Horton Hears a Who!