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“A person’s a person, no matter how small,” said Dr. Seuss in Horton Hears a Who. And he is right! Celebrate your little person in the making by having a Dr. Seuss baby shower!

Whether you are having a boy or girl, or do not want to know yet, a Dr. Seuss baby shower is the perfect idea!

Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Invitations

For a Dr. Seuss baby shower, you’ll have a tough time finding suitable invitations in a store, so this is one project you’ll want to complete online. Don’t worry, though, because ordering invites online can be much cheaper, and you’re more likely to find something you like!

Etsy has many people who design invitations for a living. These invitations from Venspaperie are adorable and only cost $12.00 for a personalized digital file. What this means is they send you your customized invites electronically and you, in turn, take it to a photo center to make prints. Saves time and some money. Cool, right?

 Dr. Seuss Decorations

Gather all or just a few of the characters together for the Dr. Seuss baby shower! One character that should be there is Cat in the Hat; what would a Dr. Seuss baby shower be without the main man? With his giant, red and white striped hat, everyone is sure to know who he is, and having him would help in color scheme as well!

Dr. Suess books are very colorful, but having red and white included in a must. All party supplies such as cups, plasticware, table cloths and napkins can easily be coordinated with red and white, and you might even be able to order red and white striped supplies as well.

Here’s a few fun decoration ideas:

  • Characters and quotes: It’s a given that you need the characters present, but why not have them “saying” some of the famous Dr. Seuss quotes? These guys can take up a lot of wall space to really give the Dr. Seuss world feel. Break out the poster boards and cut them into the shape of speech bubbles, then try the following quotes:
    • “To the world you may be one person; but to one person you may be the world.
    • “One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish!”
    • “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!”
  • Hat Centerpiece: Whether you have the cake shaped like a hat or buy a hat to use, this makes for a great, easy table centerpiece decoration, and can even be used as a game prize! The hat, that is.
  • Lorax trees: You can use lorax trees to decorate everything and they are easy to make! All you need are some colorful sticks and puffs, and perhaps a glue gun. Twisting different color pipe cleaners works well for the stick part, too. Leave the rest up to your imagination!

Special thanks to our friends at Venspaperie for this super Seuss design!

Dr. Seuss Themed Food Will Make Your Baby Shower a Hit!

“Try them, try them, and you may! Try them and you may, I say.” Wouldn’t that make a great quote for a sign to place on a table that has food? Totally. A Dr. Seuss baby shower calls for some interesting Dr. Seuss food! Read on to learn “a thing or two” about Dr. Seuss-inspired delicious dishes:

  • Deviled green eggs and ham: Much like regular deviled eggs, but you color the yolk part green and garnish with little chunks of ham. With this Dr. Seuss themed hors d’oeuvre, nobody will be saying “I do not like green eggs and ham!”
  • “Red fish” salmon: If your baby shower is around lunch or dinner time, it’s a good idea to serve an entree so your guests don’t skip a meal. Salmon makes for an excellent Dr. Seuss theme choice!
  • Alphabet cookies: Everyone loves cookies. Use alphabet cookie cutters, or cut them freehand style, and frost them with all different colors to look like Dr. Seuss’s “ABC” book.
  • Lorax fuz: You can eat it in reds, you can eat it in blues, you can eat it in whatever color you choose! Okay, this one is not a quote from Dr. Seuss but it was worth a try! And so is this cotton candy treat. decorate the cotton candy cones in many different patterns and colors to go with the theme.

Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Games Are a Must!

With Dr. Seuss as your theme, the games should be way out of the ordinary from typical baby shower games! Here’s a few ideas:

  • Red fish, blue fish toss: Buy or make two of each of the red and blue fish from the books and get 3 fish bowls. Place fish bowls in any arrangement and assign a different point value to each one. Whoever scores the most points, wins a prize!
  • Name that quote: Make a list of quotes and be sure to have enough copies for each guest. Everyone has to guess which book the quote came from, and the person who guesses the most correctly wins!
  • Hop on Pop balloon pop: So only the name references the book, but this game is fun! Everyone gets a balloon, holds it between their knees and has to pop it without using their hands. Hint: they can get creative and press up against things. First to pop it wins!

Dr. Seuss Party Favors Help You Say Thank You, Adieu, Adieu.

Guests always look forward to party favors, and it’s the perfect opportunity to really say “thank you” for attending your baby shower! You can never go wrong with food so sweet edibles such as candy and cupcakes make for very welcomed favors.

If you really want people to leave with a piece of the theme, try making cake pops that look like little lorax trees, and wrap them in pretty cellophane and ribbons. Be sure to attach a Dr. Seuss quote such as “don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”

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30 Easy Fun with Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Ideas

Theme parties are a great way to show your guests how to have a good time, especially when the theme is from the wild imagination of the iconic Dr. Seuss himself! This list of baby shower ideas features a few different ways to have fun with Dr. Seuss. It’s important to have fun and be creative when throwing a baby shower, and almost no one had a mind more silly and imaginative than the great Dr. Seuss.

From legendary characters like the Grinch, Horton, and The Cat in the Hat himself, you’ll have everyone at the baby shower thoroughly entertained and are bound to have a party they’ll never forget! Here are some ways you can plan to have fun with Dr. Seuss baby shower ideas.

Fun With Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Decoration Ideas 

1. Cat in the Hat Balloons

Nothing screams a good party as much as balloons do. These Cat in the Hat balloons are great with the Dr. Seuss theme and are bound to be a joy for the kids.  

2. Truffula Tree Table Decorations

The table you use to eat can be almost important as the food itself at an event as grand as a baby shower. To really get your guests excited for their meals you can decorate the tables with homemade Truffula Trees from one of Dr. Seuss' most famous stories called the Lorax. The trees range in many different colors from ruby red toed tortoise blue. These colors are especially perfect for the occasion whether the baby is a boy or girl

3. Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Banner 

Every party needs a banner like this Dr. Seuss baby shower banner, to be bold and show everyone from the moment they enter the room that they will have a great time. It would be best to hang the banner above the entrance where the guests will walk through to enter the party, but depending on your venue, this setup can change.

4. Artificial Candy Land Decorations

While your guests wait for food, a great way to get their taste buds tingling is to display artificial candy land decorations like lollipops from Dr. Seuss's imaginary candy land in some of his books. These ornaments will be a treat to look at and bring excitement for when the real candy comes out later on during the event.

5. Dr. Seuss Wall Sticker Quotes

What better way to fill some blank space on the wall than with some inspirational quotes from Dr. Seuss? These stickers will stick to your wall without any air bubbles, will peel off with ease, and no damage will be done to the paint on your walls!

6. Book Covers Backdrop 

These would be perfect for taking photos and serve as good overall decorations. 

Fun With Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Party Favor Ideas

7. Face Masks

It's great to give your guests something they can wear while remembering the great time they had at your baby shower and a Face Mask allows you to do this perfectly. It shows safety for others while still being unique because let's be honest, who else is going to be rocking a Cat in the Hat mask at Walmart?


Dr. Seuss Keychain Wristlets

A Keychain wristlet would be a great party favor gift because they can be added to an already well put together set of chains that your guest will have on their keys. There are many different Dr. Suess characters as options for keychains such as the Cat in the Hat, Things 1 and 2, and the Grinch. Some options even have multiple characters on the same chain, so you can't go wrong with either 

9. Stickers

While keychains are a great idea for the older adult audience, it's important to keep in mind the children that will be attending and what will interest them. You can't go wrong with stickers of the many Dr. Seuss characters that they can put on their backpacks, lunch boxes, and other items they may have.

10. Hand Sanitizer

It's important to stay clean in this day and age, and a baby shower is one of the most important places to be clean. That's why these Cat in the Hat Hand Sanitizer Labels will make the perfect favor to slap onto a bottle and pass out to your guests.

11. Cat in the Hat Party Bag

When they receive their other party favor items, one of the best gifts will be the Cat in the Hat party bag itself! A custom Cat in the Hat bag has a creative design featuring the character all around it. The bag is also a comfortable size to hold all the other items previously mentioned above. 

12. Dr. Seuss Bookmarks

When hosting a book-themed party of any kind, bookmarks are always a must in the party favors category. With this Dr. Seuss Bookmark Pack choose from 8 different bookmarks from 4 of Dr. Seuss' most famous books.

13. Cat in the Hat Hat 

Wearing a Cat in the Hat Hat is a great way to get the in the party spirit. If you do not want to hand out the full-sized hat, you could hand out a mini hat or even a beanie with a the Cat in the Hat design. 

Fun With Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Game Ideas

14. Cup Stacking Competition

A cup stacking competition is where two people are each given 10 Dr. Seuss Plastic Cups and have to make the cups stack into a tower and back into each other in the fastest time possible. To support the Dr. Seuss theme of the party you can color traditional red party cups with a pattern of white stripes to give it the iconic look of Cats actual hat.

15. Pin the Tail on the Cat

Everyone has played some version of this game in their life, but you can't beat classics like pin the tail on the donkey, or in this case the Cat. This game is simple to set up so it will save you time and hassle. All you’ll need is a blindfold, a Cat in the Hat cardboard cutout, and a tail to pin it. 

16. Ring Toss

In this Dr. Seuss-themed game, everyone will take turns tossing a ring around the designated cones to earn points to win. The great part about this game is that you can play in teams or have everyone fend for themselves to claim the title of “Best ring tosses at the baby shower!” You can place certain cones close or further back to add a greater challenge and have the cones farthest away count for more points to make things interesting.  

17. Dr. Seuss Matching Puzzle

It's good to have a side activity for the kids to play while the adults mingle. Dr. Seuss matching puzzles are the perfect thing to keep the young ones distracted long enough to catch up and talk with your friends.

18. Baby Bingo

Baby Bingo is perfect for a baby shower because there really is no age limit to play, and it's simple enough for the whole party to play and understand. The rules are straightforward, try to match 5 items across your board based on what item is called and hope to get a match. You can incentivize participation with some extra prizes or more items from the party favors that will be handed out after the baby shower. 

19. Dr. Seuss Trivia 

Trivia is great for people to test their knowledge about the Dr. Seuss books. This is great, competitive entertainment for the guests 

20. Dr. Seuss Coloring Books 

Coloring is a classic activity just like reading Dr. Seuss. Let the guests color in the characters just like from the book or let them color them in a different color of their choice!

Fun With Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Food and Beverage Ideas

21. Character Themed Cupcakes

It can't be a proper baby shower without any character-themed cupcakes now, can it! For these delicacies, you’ll want blue, red, or white frosting to go along with any type of cupcakes you want to serve. Then to top it all off, you can add Dr. Seuss-inspired cupcake toppers to really show off accessories like the Cats hat or his friend the Fish. 

22. Lorax Nutter Butter Cookies

These Lorax-inspired cookies are just as tasty as they are adorable! They are traditional bite-size Nutter Butter snacks decorated with yellow frosting as the Lorax's mustache. These cookies in particular also feature a set of edible googly eyes that are bound to put a smile on everyone's face. 

23. Cat in the Hat Chocolate Pop Set

The Cat in the Hat will quickly become the Cat in your Stomach when your guests see the sight of this magnificent chocolate dessert pop. This Cat in the Hat chocolate pop set includes solid white chocolate while the outside features a familiar face in the Cat in the Hat waiting to be devoured. They can be eaten after being refrigerated or at room temperature depending on your preference. 

24. Dr. Seuss Chip Bags

Turn your chips up a notch by ordering custom Dr. Seuss chip bags! Simply pour, or grab with gloves, the chips of your choice into these individual bags, and then all that's left to do is seal them up. They even have cute baby shower-related sayings

25. Green Eggs and Ham 

You can turn a classic like Dr. Seuss’s green eggs and ham into a more appropriate food choice for the baby shower by disguising it as something else. In this case, we would use an Oreo covered in cream as the egg whites and place a green jelly bean or M&M on top for the green part. The ham will be a simple fruit roll-up or fruit by the foot. It has to be cherry flavored or some shade of red for the full effect.  

26. Cat in the Hat Slurpee

You’ll need to wash down all these treats somehow and what better way to do so than a classic 7-Eleven Slurpee style Slurpee, made with an official Slurpee machine! To pull this off you would of course only need the blue raspberry and cherry flavors for the signature red and blue coloring. Make sure to fill them evenly as possible, each taking up half of the space in the cup. Top it all off with some foam and viola! A delicious Cat in the Hat theme drink. 

27. Colorful Goldfish 

Inspired from the Dr. Seuss book One fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, colorful goldfish is a perfect snack to fit the theme of this Dr. Seuss baby shower.  

Fun With Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Party Supplies

28. Dr. Seuss Table Cover 

Every table needs a table cover to show off the theme of their party to their guests. These Dr. Seuss Table Covers in particular feature a range of characters from Horton the elephant to the Cat in the Hat. The cover itself measures 54 x 96 inches to comfortably cover a medium-sized table.

29. Dr. Seuss Cups and Straws

These character-themed Dr. Seuss Cups and Straws have a vibrant design and come in different colors like red, yellow, and blue to match the rest of the color scheme for the baby shower. Drinking is always more fun with Dr. Seuss's baby shower exclusive straws!

30. Party Dessert Plates

If you want to get technical you “could”  eat cake and all the other treats with only your hands, but trust me you don’t want to turn this into that kind of party. It's nice to have colorful utensils and paper plates that set the tone of the party like these Party Dessert Plates.

Fun with Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Invitation Ideas

31. Thing 1 and Thing 2 Invitations

These cute cards have both Thing 1 and Thing 2 on the cover to stand out and capture your guests' attention. The card is 5 x 7 inches so it is easily mailable and can be transported swiftly.

32. Cat in the Hat Invitations

Not too many characters are more iconic than the lovely Cat in the Hat. So why not have him greet your guest to a wonderful baby shower with these custom Cat in the Hat invitations! Fun with Dr. Seuss Baby Shower.

33. Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Diaper Raffle

A Diaper Raffle is a perfect way to get your guests more involved to participate and incentivize them to bring a diaper in order to win a special prize.

34. Oh The Places You'll Go Invitations

One of Dr. Seuss' greatest books that can apply to so many situations, these Oh The Places You'll Go invitations make sense to use to mark a new chapter in your life!

35. Twins Baby Shower Invitation

On the rare occasion, you're planning to have twins, this twins baby shower invitation card is specifically made for such a joyous occasion with bright red, blue, and white colors.


There are many ways to plan a baby shower, but there are also only a few things in this world that a Dr. Seuss creation doesn't make 10 times better. And your baby shower is definitely not one of those few things. All of these suggestions can help you have fun with Dr. Seuss baby shower ideas. The games, food, and decorations you choose will be sure to amaze all of your guests regardless of age.

Even though the younger kids may be more excited than most, the adults of the party can have a blast enjoying great food and party games with their loved ones. When the event is all over don't forget to give your guest their parting party favors so they’ll never forget what a great time they had! Also, make sure to check out our other ideas in case you are on a tight budget looking to save some money. If you're looking to check off specific items for the mom of this special occasion, we have some gift ideas as well as plans for a spectacular venue!

Written by Michael Stewart; Contributor: T. Michael Pham

The best books for language learning for children

Children have a unique ability to find joy in literally everything, including reading. Perhaps children's love for books is explained by the fact that they are simple, but at the same time entertaining and complemented by colorful illustrations. Fortunately, there are many wonderful children's books in English. We have compiled the top 10 classic children's books that will help your child not only develop a love of reading, but also arouse interest in learning English and improve their level of this language. nine0003

Reading and Its Importance in Language Learning

Before jumping directly to the list of books, let's find out why reading is such an important component in the language learning process.

  • Memorable images. Most of the books for children are complemented by bright illustrations. In addition to the fact that children love to look at pictures, this is also necessary in order for them to better understand the story itself. These illustrations are very helpful in the learning process: associating a picture with a new word or phrase creates images that are easy and long-lasting to remember. nine0012
  • Words in context. Words that appear frequently in context are much easier to remember and understand. Due to the fact that the language in children's books is quite simple in itself, it is easy for children to understand the plot, and, using context and illustrations, figure out the meaning of a new lexical unit without using vocabulary resources.
  • Simplicity of vocabulary and grammar. Although many books are suitable for advanced English proficiency, they are not really that difficult. Words already known to your child are replaced with synonymous ones so that he enriches his vocabulary over and over again. nine0012
  • Important life lessons. Most books help a child grow up and become a good person. It may be difficult for a child to figure out the moral of a story on their own, but you can always help them figure it out by asking leading questions and spending time reading together. In addition, by reading with him, you will help instill in him a love of reading.

Top 10 classic books for learning English

We've ranked children's books in order from easiest to hardest. Let's take a closer look at the books on the proposed list and find out why they are so good. nine0003

1. "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown

"Goodnight Moon" is a cult book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Heard. It has been helping millions of children around the world fall asleep for many years. In this book you can find descriptions of everything interesting that surrounds your baby and so prevents him from going to bed - cute kittens and mice, warm mittens, a toy house and even a flying cow. The protagonist of the book is a cute restless hare who does not want to fall asleep. But the higher the moon rises, the more sleepy the hare becomes. And now the author wishes everyone and everything good night, and the bunny falls asleep. The story itself is incredibly cozy and will surely make your little one feel comfortable and safe. nine0003

This book uses the repetition of sentence structures of the same type, while the author introduces new vocabulary, which is very helpful in memorizing words. The text of "Goodnight Moon" mostly consists of short sentences of two to four words, for example: Goodnight room. goodnight moon. Therefore, this book is the first on our list.

2. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Karl

“The Very Hungry Caterpillar” is a story of only 200 words, translated into 24 languages, read by mothers and children in different corners planets. The book tells about a caterpillar that eats a lot and can't stop. The book has an interesting feature - the text is printed on thick cardboard, in which holes are made, “eaten by a very hungry caterpillar”. Of course, a happy ending awaits you: the caterpillar turns into a beautiful butterfly. But how easily and quickly will this happen? nine0003

This book is great for learning common English words such as numbers, food, days of the week. In addition, the story itself is very instructive and has the right message: by reading it, you can tell kids about the basics of proper nutrition and its importance in the life of a young organism.

3. “If You Give a Moose a Muffin”, Laura Numeroff

“If You Give a Moose a Muffin” tells us about a moose who is always missing something. If he comes to visit, he will ask for a sweet muffin, then jam for him, and when he eats everything, he will ask for more, because everything is not enough for him! nine0003

This book is as instructive as the previous one. The story is quite short, but great for introducing the child to the future tense, the verb will and its shortened forms (he'll, you'll, etc.): “If you give a moose a muffin he'll want some jam to go with it.” If your child enjoys this story, you can read the story “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie,” by the same author.

4. “Curious George”, H.A. Ray, Margaret Ray

“Curious George” is a very famous series of books about a monkey named George. The word "curious" means "curious". George turns out to be too curious, so he is caught and brought to the big city. Once in the city, George gets into various troubles and creates a lot of problems for everyone. But luckily, all ends well, and the curious George ends up safe at the zoo.

The book uses many short, simple sentences: “One day George saw a man. He had on a large yellow straw hat. The man saw George too.” This format is easy for beginners to read, making this story not only interesting but also easy to read. Based on the text of this story, you can begin to study the past tense in English. nine0003

5. “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein

The parable “The Giving Tree” tells about a boy who loves to play near an apple tree, and the apple tree, in turn, likes that the boy plays nearby. The boy grows up and forgets about the tree, which made it sad. Later, he returns to the apple tree and asks her for help. The tree helps him because he loves the boy very much. The story ends with the boy becoming an old man and coming to an apple tree, of which only a stump remains. The old apple tree is very happy to be useful to his old friend. nine0003

Despite the apparent simplicity of the content, the book has a deep meaning - it teaches friendship, selfless love, generosity and self-sacrifice. The language used in the book is not at all difficult for beginners, making this book very likely to be one of your child's favorites.

6. “Corduroy” by Don Freeman

“Corduroy” (“Teddy Bear”) is a very kind story about a bear cub who lives in a toy store. He lost a button on his jumpsuit, so no one wants to buy it. The teddy bear is very sad because he wants to go home to become someone's favorite toy and find a friend. To accomplish this as soon as possible, he decides to find himself a new button and goes on an adventure. This touching story was included in the top 100 best books for children by the National Education Association in the United States, and in 2012 was included in the list of "The 100 Best Illustrated Books of All Time". nine0003

In the story “Teddy Bear”, more complex vocabulary appears, for example, “overalls”, “escalator”. It will be helpful to use a dictionary when reading this book. Also, thanks to reading this story, your child will be able to replenish his vocabulary on the topic “house” by learning more names of furniture and various household items.

7. “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sandak

Story “Where the Wild Things Are” is about a boy named Max who misbehaves in front of his parents Mom sends him to his room without supper. A magical forest suddenly grows in the boy's room, and Max meets huge monsters. They try to scare Max, but he tames them with a magic spell. Monsters begin to fear Max and proclaim him the main monster. Max soon decides it's time for him to go home. When he returns, he sees a hot dinner left for him by a caring mother. nine0003

This is one of the most famous classics in English literature. This exciting story is suitable for learning advanced vocabulary and more complex grammar. The plot of the book was taken as the basis of the film, which you can watch with your child after reading the book.

8. “The Story of Ferdinand” by Munro Leaf

“The Story of Ferdinand” tells the story of the bull Ferdinand, who from childhood loved to smell the flowers in his pasture, while other bulls liked just fool around and butt heads. Growing up, Ferdinand becomes the biggest and strongest bull, but still loves to sit in the pasture and enjoy the flowers. He does not want to participate in fights, but one day, by coincidence, it is he who is chosen to fight. nine0003

This story is the first of the suggested ones and has a more intricate plot. She teaches not to be afraid to be yourself to do what you like. The abundance of detailed sentences and complicated grammatical structures makes the book more informative and useful for learning the language. An animated film created by Walt Disney based on the plot of the book is sure to please your child and help solidify the understanding of the story.

9. “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss

The book “Green Eggs and Ham” is about a cat named Sam who loves green eggs and ham so much that he offers them to my friend. He, in turn, does not agree to eat green eggs with ham in any way, but in the end he gives up and decides to try Sam's favorite dish. nine0003

This story is written in poetic form, which makes it even more fun, and the author's unique style of using simple words helps create interesting, lively combinations. It also contains repetitions, as in the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”, which makes it easier for the child to remember the same type of grammatical constructions without parsing complex rules.

10. “The Cat in the Hat” by Dr. Seuss

Another book by Dr. Seuss is called “The Cat in the Hat”. The poems of this author are as popular in English-speaking countries as the poems of Barto, Chukovsky and Mikhalkov in Russia. It is a fairy tale, like a piece of music, which has its own tempo. The book tells about two children who are bored sitting at home in rainy weather, so its beginning is very slow and viscous. As soon as a cat appears in the house, his crazy tricks and incredible pranks speed up the pace of the work. However, when Mom returns, everything calms down and slows down again. Were the children able to clean up the house before their mother returned? nine0003

“The Cat in the Hat” is the longest story offered. The most commonly used words and phrases are specially included in this book and put into poetic form. The book is especially recommended for those who are ready to enrich and diversify their vocabulary, already having a certain amount of knowledge.

Reading is definitely one of the most exciting ways to help your child learn English. Classical books in the language are best suited for this. Colorful illustrations, interesting rhymes, vivid images and catchy stories will not leave your kid indifferent and will undoubtedly help him not only increase his knowledge of the language, but also instill in him a love of reading. It is extremely important not to forget to work on other skills, only then the child will be able not only to know the language, but also to use it freely. And the kind and instructive stories of great authors will undoubtedly help you in this difficult task. nine0003

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