Dr. Seuss and his books are much loved in our home. We've made it a family tradition to celebrate his birthday on March 2nd each year. I find celebrating Dr. Seuss is a fun and magical part of childhood. My kids won't be little forever and this is a simple way to make it memorable. (To see how we've celebrated in years past click here.)
This year I came up with a simple lunch to surprise my kids with in their school lunch boxes on Monday.
To make these Cat in the Hat string cheeses I simply used a black and red sharpie marker and drew right on the plastic wrapper.
For these "hop on pop-corn" bags I put together this little printable and printed them off onto wax paper bags that I have left over from another project. (Find printable image at end of post.)
This cutie Lorax came together quickly with two googly eyes and a felt mustache.
I can't wait to pack my kids lunch on Monday. I hope they get as much of a kick out of their Dr. Seuss lunch as I had making it.