Dr. Seuss’s Birthday: Oh The Places You Can Go!
My daughter dressed up for school as Gertrude McFuzz today. Tonight, we’ve made a playdate to go to a Dr. Seuss birthday party, with crafts and story-telling, at a local bookstore and tomorrow we’re seeing The Lorax on the big screen.
All across the country this weekend at libraries, bookstores, and museums, celebrations are taking place to honor the famous story-teller: At Children’s Museum of Houston, a Parents magazine 10-best, kids can cook up green eggs and ham in the Power Science Lab. The Crayola Factory has meet-and-greets with Cat In The Hat. The Springfield Museums, in Massachusetts, which boasts a permanent Dr. Seuss sculpture garden, will host a Seuss-themed cake contest and puppet theatre performance tomorrow. Read Across America is sponsoring events too; click here to see if there’s one near you.
But there’s no place I’d rather be this weekend than Seuss Landing at Universal Studios Island of Adventure. We visited twice–and loved spinning on the Caro-Seuss-el, cooling off on the One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish ride, and going on an alphabet adventure in the The High in The Sky Trolley (pictured here). Tell us what Seussified fun you’re planning this weekend.Add a Comment
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