Dr. Suess Theme Party Supplies

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Dr. Suess Party Ideas

Visit your local public library and check out different books on Dr. Suess. These look great as part of table centerpieces or as general decorations placed throughout your party area. They can either be laying flat or they can also be propped up in a half open fashion.

Dr. Suess is widely known for alliteration (words starting with the same letter or sound) and for rhyming. Hold an alliteration and/or rhyming contest! Assign your guests the task of coming up with ONE sentence with the most rhyming words or alliteration. For alliteration consider assigning different letters to different individuals (for a more random option, have each participant roll the letter dice from a Scategories board game.) Make sure that you explain that each sentence HAS to be grammatically correct (you are the judge on that one…)

Get your hands on as many different TV sets that you can and place them around your party/facility/event. On each of the sets, play a different Dr. Suess movie. Visit your local library and ask around to friends and family first before you start renting. The great part about this is that you don't even need to have the volume on (in fact, especially for adult parties where the guests will probably more enjoy their conversations more than the movies…)!

For those Dr. Suess 'experts' read a single line from different well known Dr. Suess books to see who can guess which book the line came from. Be sure to choose lines that would be expressive of which book it came from.

Take different phrases from some of the more popular books (i.e. Wocket in my Pocket, Grinch, Green Eggs and Ham) and write them largely on giant sheets of posterboard or even better on large sheets of butcher paper. These look GREAT hung up around your party! Fill your walls with these and your guests will be AMAZED!

Serve green eggs and ham!!! It's not hard…some simple food coloring in the eggs and there you have it! A bit of advice, play around with the food coloring ahead of time…different brands behave differently. Professional cake coloring you find at cake stores often work the best, but try what you have home first. You MIGHT need to add some blue to mix with yellow of the eggs (again, it depends on the behavior of the food coloring you're using.)