Funny Christmas Dr. Seuss Grinch Craft for Kids!
This fun and easy-to-make Dr. Seuss Grinch craft activity is a favorite of preschool and kindergarten children.
And, it is just perfect for a Dr. Seuss birthday unit at home or in the classroom!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas: A 50th Anniversary Retrospective written by Dr. Seuss, is an absolutely adorable book to read to children.
And, there are so many great activities to go along with the book, like this Dr. Seuss Grinch craft and Birthday song for kids!
While the children are making their Grinch craft, play the Happy Birthday to You song for kids in the background.
The Happy Birthday to You song for children is the perfect complement to this fun Dr. Seuss Grinch craft activity.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s craft The Grinch with the kids!
Craft items you will need:
- Green and red construction paper
- White paper
- Black markers
- Cotton balls
- Red and yellow crayons
Have the children draw and cut out a round-shape from green construction paper. This will be The Grinch’s head.
Next, have the children draw and cut out a half-circle from white paper. This will be The Grinch’s mouth.
Using crayons, have the children color in red lips with a crayon and yellow teeth on the mouth.
Then, have the children draw and cut out two tear-drop eyes from white construction paper.
Using black marker, have the children color in black pupils on the eyes.
When ready, have the children glue the eyes and mouth onto the The Grinch’s face.
Using the black marker again, have the children draw eyebrows and a nose onto The Grinch’s face.
After that, have the children draw and cut out a Santa’s hat from red construction paper.
Have the children glue the Santa Claus hat onto The Grinch’s head.
Once done, have the children decorate the Santa Claus hat by gluing cotton balls on it.
And, voila! The children have now made a Dr. Seuss Grinch craft!
What a simple and fun craft activity for preschool and kindergarten children!
Just perfect for a birthday celebration in honor of Dr. Seuss unit at home or in the classroom!