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Check Out These Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages
Keep the stories going long after the fan-favorite books, like Cat in the Hat, The Lorax and Horton Hears a Who are over with these Dr. Seuss inspired coloring pages. Let your kids use their imagination to bring the characters they love to life. The only rule Costume SuperCenter has for these free coloring pages is to have fun!
Don’t forget to get that signature red and white striped hat to wear on March 2nd to the Read Across America festivities happening at schools and bookstores across the country.
Dr. Seuss Costume Ideas and Tips
Remember when you were a kid, some of the best books to read where written by the one and only Dr. Seuss? While those books might be lost in history, you can still imagine the fun and colorful characters that Dr. Seuss brought to life with a costume collection completely designed after the make believe characters created by Dr. Seuss and his team.
From The Cat in the Hat to the
Grinch Who Stole Christmas, we have the perfect costume for Dr. Seuss fans of
all ages. With jumpsuits, cute tutus and tons of other adorable themed costumes
and accessories that are sure to put all eyes on you! Practice your rhyming
skills and keep your cat eyes peeled for thing one and thing two, because there
is no limit to the amount of fun and outlandish adventures you can have in one
of these Dr. Seuss themed costumes next Halloween.
Who is Dr. Seuss?
Whether you live on Mulberry Street, Whoville, the Jungle of Jorn or somewhere else, you have heard of Dr. Seuss, the celebrated children’s author who wrote and illustrated many classic books that are as relevant today as they were when they were published.
Theodor Seuss Geisel began his career as an illustrator and political cartoonist using the name Dr. Seuss. He published his first book, I think I Saw It on Mulberry Street, in 1937 and worked in animation and film for the U.S. Army during World War II. One of his most famous books, Green Eggs and Ham, was written on a dare. He made a bet with his editor that he could write a book using only 50 words and he did. His last published book is Dr Seuss’s Horse Museum, which was found among his papers in 2013 and published 2019. Oh, the things you can think of when reading Dr. Seuss.
Dr. Seuss Halloween Costumes
Cat In The Hat
Dr. Seuss’ most famous character is the Cat in the Hat, who is beloved by everyone, except the fish in the pot who wasn’t fond of the Cat’s “up with a fish” game. The recognizable feline wears a red bow and a red-and-white striped stovetop hat and he is known for causing trouble. The 1957 book has been brought to life in TV specials, a movie starring Mike Meyers and an new animated movie is in the works. Now you can bring the Cat to life at your home in one of our costumes.
He couldn’t stop Christmas from coming, but the Grinch tried his best. The heartwarming tale of the green grumpy character is must-read or must-see every Christmas season. The original illustrations were black and white but Chuck Jones’ animated TV special made him green and he has been green ever since, which makes for a much more fun costume. The crabby Mount Crumpit dweller was based on Dr. Seuss himself who felt like he lost the Christmas spirit. The Grinch eventually found his Christmas spirit and so did Ted Geisel. Many others find their spirit every year when the read the book, watch the animated movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch or see other film and TV adaptations.
Thing One & Thing Two
The Cat always travels with his two friends—Thing 1 and Thing 2. These characters get into even more mischief than their feline friend, like flying kites inside the house. Fortunately, they are also great at cleaning things up too. They wear identical red outfits and have wild blue hair and make playful costumes for twins and best friends.
Dr Seuss’ personal favorite book was the Lorax, which warns about the dangers of corporate greed. The Lorax speaks for the trees, who have no voice, and tries to stop the decimation of the forest. Not only is the Lorax an important character with an important message, he has an interesting look that translates into a playful Dr. Seuss Halloween Costume.
Kids Dr. Seuss Costumes
A person’s a person no matter how small and all people deserve to have a great Dr. Seuss Costume. Choosing one for your kid can be a lot of fun. The Cat in the Hat, Thing 1 and 2, the Grinch and the Grinch in a Santa Suit are just some of the choices that you have for Halloween and for Read Across America Day. Read Across America is celebrated on March 2, the birthday of Dr. Seuss, to encourage student’s love of books. Many schools make it a fun day and allow children to wear Read Across America costumes that highlight their favorite Dr. Seuss Character.
The Cat in the Hat outfit has a comfy black and white cat outfit, striped hat and red bow. Thing 1 &2 outfits are a fun choice too. Kids who love trees may prefer the Lorax. There is no bad choice. All our costumes for Read Across America Day are great choices so order the one that your child will love the most. From there to here, and here to there, our costumes are fun to wear.
Adult Dr. Seuss Costumes
Parents and teachers, have you ever dressed up in a costume for Read Across America? If you never did, you should. These things are fun and fun is good. At home, grab some green food dye and make green eggs and ham for breakfast while dressed as Sam. Or put on a Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat costume and read a book. You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child, especially when it is a classic like Dr. Seuss.
It is fun to have fun, but you have to know how. Start by ordering a creative costume, like our Cat in the Hat tutu outfit, which features a black t-shirt, a red tutu and cat-ear headband with mini hat. Be the best-dressed cat in the classroom. Or dress as the Grinch for the day. Teachers, put on a Lorax costume and show your students how much fun learning can be. Oh the places you can go while dressed in a Dr. Seuss Halloween costume.
Dr. Seuss Costume Accessories
You are you. Now, isn’t that pleasant? But it can be pleasant to be someone else for a little while too. Create a Dr. Seuss Halloween costume too, with some help from us. Order a striped hat and put on black pants and top that you already own. It’s that easy to be the Cat in the Hat. Another simple outfit is a Lorax hoodie, featuring the character’s face.
A Grinch mask with Santa hat can be used on many occasions, from Halloween to Christmas to Read Across America day. We also have Cat in the Hat and Thing 1/Thing 2 T-shirts that can be worn with accessories or on their own. We even have Dr. Seuss socks and you don’t have to be a fox to wear them.
Dr. Seuss Costumes For The Family
Get the whole family involved in Read Across America Day. Everyone can dress as the Cat in the Hat. We have choices for adults, children and toddlers. We even have a Cat in the Hat tutu set for women. Or dress as different characters. Create your own Ted Geisel costume for Dad. Order costumes from us so that Mom can be the Cat and the kids can be Thing 1 and Thing 2.
If you want a Grinch theme, parents can be the Grinch and the Grinch in a Santa outfit. Create a Max costume with dog-ears and reindeer antlers for the kids or dress them up like Whos. Grab striped hats for everyone in the family or get them all a Lorax hoodie. Think and wonder, wonder and think and have lots of fun dressed in our Dr. Seuss Costumes.