Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss Party Guide
Free Party Games & Printable Activities

Add a finishing touch to a Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss Theme party with a free printable activity including word search, word find, and word scrambles plus coloring pages.  Or just play these free party games fun for both kids and adults.

Pin the Hat on Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss is a game that is quite enjoyable and will be a lot of fun at any party. Guests of all ages will enjoy this entertaining and fun activity while hanging out with their friends and eating a variety of food. More often than not, this activity along with food and friends are the perfect ingredients for a great get together and celebration. The majority of the time, activities such as this are created for guests of all ages and exciting enough to keep everyone involved in the event. This game is played like the traditional; Pin the Tail on the Donkey, however with a hat. To prepare for this game, you need to trace or make a drawing of, The Cat in the Hat, if this is not possible, then use a, Pin the Tail on the Donkey, and dress it up as the, Cat in the Hat. Next, you will need to prepare approximately twenty hat cutouts to use as game pieces. This number may be different depending on the number of guests invited to your party. Once everything is ready, this game will be already prepared for your guests to play and enjoy at your party. To actually play the game, follow the same rules as, Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Your guests will be blind folded and then one at a time they will take turns placing the hat on the Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss drawing. This game is a lot of fun, but will take a bit of time as your party guests will turns to play the game. This game can be very funny to watch and also very enjoyable as your Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss party guests take turns attempting to place the hat on Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss while being blindfolded. The person that wins the game is the one that puts their hat nearest to where the Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss hat is actually supposed to be located. Not only will this game be fun, but it will also add a great deal of variety to the party. Color can set a mood, so choose the primary colors for an event with that in mind. Take a little extra time when putting together goody bags because they are the last impression guests will remember. Color can set a mood, so choose the primary colors for an event with that in mind.
Simple instructions to Theme party games to perfectly fit a Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss celebration.
Free Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss Game 1
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Make your Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss shower even more fun with great games. Try Dr. Seuss trivia. There are hundreds of facts about either Dr. Seuss or his beloved characters that you can use for trivia questions. The guests can answer individually or they can divide into two or three teams. Write down the trivia quests and either read them out to the group and let everyone try to be the first to answer or printout game sheets with the questions in sets of five or ten, give each guest a sheet and pencil, and then let them have five minutes to answer. The questions should get harder as the game progresses. Give party favors for the most correct answers. Consider giving party favors like pacifiers or Cat-in-the-Hat key chains. This fun activity along with others will be the perfect addition for a celebration. More often than not, these are the perfect ingredients for a great get together and celebration. Most of the time these activities along with food and good friends are designed for guests of all ages and entertaining enough to keep everyone involved in the event.

Create a magical time at the Baby Seuss Dr. Seuss party. Print right from your printer these free party games, puzzles and activities. Choose a free printable game or coloring page:

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 Try a variation of the Victorian parlor game The Minister's Cat, substituting the Cat-in-the-Hat instead. Guests of all ages will enjoy this entertaining and fun activity while hanging out with their friends and eating a variety of food. More often than not, this activity along with food and friends are the perfect ingredients for a great get together and celebration. The majority of the time, activities such as this are created for guests of all ages and exciting enough to keep everyone involved in the event. Everyone starts to clap their hands in a steady, even rhythm. The point of the game is to describe the minister's cat using adjectives that start with the first letter of the alphabet and continuing through each letter. A player gets about five or six seconds or hand claps to think of an adjective before they are out of the game. So, the first player could say, The Cat-In-The-Hat is an adorable cat. Any adjective starting with a is fine. The next player could say, The Cat-In-The-Hat is a big cat. Again, any adjective starting with b is fine. This goes on until either all the alphabets have been used or there is only one player left. Whoever is left wins. If more than one player is left after, they can all be declared winners and receive party favor as prizes. Favors, featuring alphabets in some way would be fun prizes for this game


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