Dr. Seuss Costumes for Read Across America Day

Education and literacy is an important issue for parents, teachers, and children everywhere. As Dr. Seuss had once stated, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” As an advocate of children’s literacy and a renowned children’s author, Dr. Seuss has been given his own day to encourage reading among children. Read Across America Day falls on Dr. Seuss’ birthday, March 2nd and what better way to celebrate and spread awareness than by wearing a Dr. Seuss character costume? If you’d like to encourage reading and bring awareness to the importance of literacy in your community, here are a few of our favorite wacky Dr. Seuss costumes to attract attention to this wonderful holiday!

The Cat in the Hat Costumes
The Cat in the Hat is probably one of the most iconic books created by Dr. Seuss. A tale of lively and lovable characters that came into the lives of two bored and uninspired children with their madness and mischief, the story was an instant classic. It’s no surprise that this book is still enjoyed by children everywhere! You can dress as your favorite Cat in the Hat character with these charming and fun costumes below!

Cat in the Hat Adult Tutu Costume (Buy)
Cat in the Hat Deluxe Child Costume (Buy)

The Lorax Character Accessories
Another classic that was also recently turned into a popular Hollywood film is the Lorax! With a resounding message of the importance of preserving our natural resources, this book and its characters are another reason to honor Dr. Seuss’ mission of literacy!

Lorax Accessory Kit (Buy)
Truffula Tree Boppers Headband (Buy)

With these fun and festive costumes, you can help make reading and education fun while raising awareness for Read Across America Day! Couple these costumes with a few Read Across America Day activities, and get involved with your community! For more Dr. Seuss themed party ideas, be sure to follow us on Pinterest. If you have a great idea for celebrating Read Across America Day, please share it with us by leaving a comment below!

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