There’s A Wocket In My Pocket Dr. Seuss Themed Paper Craft
One of our favorite Dr. Seuss books is There’s a Wocket in My Pocket! It’s such a fun read for kids of all ages because kids love nonsense! Yesterday we created a simple “There’s A Wocket In My Pocket” paper craft to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and National Read Across America week in our 2nd grade homeschool classroom. By the way, if you are running out of ideas on what books to read to your kids then check out our Ten Books To Read To Your Kids This Year. This was written two years ago but still very relevant today with some awesome book picks that I’m sure your kids will love too! Now on to our fun craft!
Supplies You Will Need To Create Your Dr. Seuss Wocket In My Pocket Craft + How To:
construction paper – yellow, green and blue
scissors, glue, markers, or crayons
1. Draw a wocket character onto green construction paper and cut it out. It is best to draw it in pencil before you cut it out. If your child is 6 or older you can let them draw their own wocket. My son drew this one. Or if you aren’t good with drawing I found this template via Southern Plate.com
2. Draw some silly spiky hair on the yellow construction paper and cut it out. Use the picture shown as a guide. Glue the yellow hair onto the green wocket.
3. Draw and cut out a jean pocket in blue construction paper.
4. Now paste the wocket, hair, and pocket onto another piece of construction paper (any color will do) like the photo shown. Decorate to your liking.
5. Let your child write the title of the book inside the pocket.
6. Don’t forget to read the story as you go along!
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