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A fun way to celebrate  Dr. Seuss's birthday!

Check out this fun idea for Dr. Seuss Fruit Stick.  Dr. Seuss’s Birthday is March 2nd and my kids love when I make these Dr. Seuss fruit sticks to celebrate! We love to celebrate Dr. Seuss in any silly way we can 😉 All you need is some strawberries, marshmallows, grapes and sticks. Put the grape at the end for his head, then alternate the strawberries and marshmallows for his hat.  We used an edible marker to make the face that we picked up at Michael’s.  If you don’t have sticks, you can simply place the items on the plate for your kids or have them make their own Dr. Seuss hat on the plate :-)

Do your kids love Dr. Seuss??? What is their favorite book or movie???  Why not make a whole day celebrating with breakfast, Dr. Seuss Fruit snack and then dessert!  Read some of your favorite Dr. Seuss books and watch a movie!  Make it a family fun day and celebrate together.  Your kids will enjoy the memories and so will you.

Our favorite Dr. Seuss book is Green Eggs and Ham, I read it to the boys while they eat their own Green Eggs and Ham for breakfast.  It is a fun way to start the day.  You could even have your kids create a skit acting our their favorite movie or book scene.  End the day with Grinch Punch and Grinch Cookies and watch The Grinch together as a family.  It can be a great way to celebrate Dr. Seuss!  You may want to check out this post on how to host a Dr. Seuss Party!

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More Grinch Recipes:

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Grinch Punch

Red and Green Holiday Cookies

Green Eggs & Ham

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Party

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