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Free Dr. Seuss Printables

Here are two free Dr. Seuss printables to practice fine motor skills and gross motor skills.  Celebrate his birthday while you also work on hand strengthening and physical activity.

March 2nd is the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Many schools celebrate his birthday along with reading! Here are two free Dr. Seuss printables to practice fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Celebrate his birthday while you also work on hand strengthening and physical activity.

Free Dr. Seuss Printables – Fine Motor Skills

Page one of the printable, is a Flip and Fill fine motor game with a Seuss style hat. Print the page for each player. Flip a coin. If the coin lands on heads, fill in two circles. If the coin lands on tails, fill in one circle. The first player to fill up the hat is the winner! Here are some ideas for filling the hat: write words that rhyme, small pieces of play dough, pom-poms, dot markers, color with crayon, pennies, bingo chips or beads.

If you want more fine motor games like that one check out Flip and Fill Animals.

The Flip and Fill Animal Fine Motor Game digital download includes 20 different animal game boards to practice fine motor skills and encourage hand strengthening.

Free Dr. Seuss Printables – Gross Motor Skills

The second freebie is a brain break using words that rhyme and a Dr. Seuss style hat. The directions are written on the printable. You have the students complete the following rhyming actions for 20 seconds each.

  • Hop on each foot and bop up an down by bending your knees. (HOP and BOP)
  • Leap forward and creep on all fours. (LEAP and CREEP)
  • Jump up in place and pump your arms in the air. (JUMP and PUMP)
  • Run in place and spin in space. (PLACE and SPACE)
  • Count to ten to calm down and sit back down again. (TEN and AGAIN)

Looking for more easy brain breaks? Roll Some Fun Brain Breaks has been updated to include 30 no-prep, boredom busting brain breaks to encourage visual motor skills, sensory motor skills, and FUN.  Each game board can be done with one person or a group in a small or large space!

Do you need quick and easy brain breaks for the classroom? You can download two FREE printables that are perfect for the classroom.

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Here are two free Dr. Seuss printables to practice fine motor skills and gross motor skills.  Celebrate his birthday while you also work on hand strengthening and physical activity.