Free Dr. Seuss Printables & Fonts!

This week I’ve been sharing ideas and pictures from Carson’s Dr. Seuss Birthday Party. As promised I will also be sharing with you the recipes from my Dr. Seuss party food and the free Dr. Seuss printables that I created for everything! I hope it saves you some time and helps make your party special!

I had a table near the entrance with this Happy Birthday to You! Dr. Seuss book and a rhyme asking guests to sign the book. You can get my free printable Dr. Seuss Birthday rhyme by clicking the link. I’ve removed Carson’s name so you can add in your own child’s name!

UPDATE: I have had many requests for this rhyme in different ages. Please scroll all the way to the bottom of the post and check out the links for different ages. I have removed Carson’s name from the bottom of the rhyme so that you can print this off and sign your child’s name at the bottom (or have them sign it!). I will not fulfill requests to add your child’s name to the rhyme as I am offering this as a free printable and simply can’t keep up with all of the requests. I’m glad that so many of you have enjoyed my free printable!

 I created food picks for everything to go along with the theme! You can see all of my Dr. Seuss food ideas on my previous post. Get all the free printable Dr. Seuss food labels I created  by clicking the link! After printing them just cut them out and glue onto a piece of card stock. Add a Dr. Seuss character sticker to each sign (I left room on the labels for a sticker!). Tape a wood skewer (I bought the kabob skewers at Walmart in the kitchen section for 99 cents for 100) to the back of the sign. Glue or tape another piece of card stock to the back. Voila! You have a food pick!

 If you’d like to create some of your own signs to go along with your theme you will want to download some free Dr. Seuss fonts.

Get the free Grinched font as seen in the wording on my pictures and in the Birthday rhyme.

And you will also want the three free Dr. Seuss fonts found here.

For the party favors I used small packages of goldfish and sweedish fish and stapled them together with this rhyme. You can get the free Dr. Suess party favor printables by clicking the link.

I spent many, may hours creating all of this for my party so I hope it helps save you some time! These are for personal use only and may not be sold or used commercially.

Free Dr. Seuss party printables, Dr. Seuss food signs, Dr. Seuss favor tags! Free Dr. Seuss party printables, Dr. Seuss food signs, Dr. Seuss favor tags! Free Dr. Seuss party printables, Dr. Seuss food signs, Dr. Seuss favor tags!

Here is a round up of all of the Dr. Suess printables and party ideas!

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme Variations:

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 1)

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 1) Girl

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 2)

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 2) Girl

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 3)

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 4)

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 4) Girl

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (age 5) Girl

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (1 year old twins)

Dr. Seuss Birthday Rhyme (2 year old twins)

Dr. Seuss Baby Shower Guest Book Poem


Dr. Seuss Birthday Party Ideas

Dr. Seuss Food Ideas

Free Printable Dr. Seuss Food Labels

Free Grinched Font

Free Dr. Seuss Fonts

Free Dr. Seuss Party Favor Printables


If you liked this post be sure to check out my other party ideas for more fun tips!

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  1. I love all the Dr. Seuss decor, and other treats. The treat bags are so precious. The fun food ideas are awesome too.

  2. I can’t seem to get that Grinched font to download. Any ideas why?

  3. Thank you so much for posting all the free links! I am trying to plan my baby’s 1st bday and your website has just been AWESOME! I’m sure it took a lot of time, thank you THANK YOU SO MUCH! 😉

  4. CUTE!

  5. Your a God Send!!!!! Thank You so much for posting your amazing ideas. Can’t wait for my little one’s 1st birthday, Thanks to you its going to be great!

  6. hi im having my sons first bday party on saturday and i was trying to print the food labels but there was a problem with the page…. if possible could someone send them to my email or tell me how to do it myself PLEASEEEEE my email is

  7. I am doing Cat in the Hat for my twins 2nd birthday in May – wanted to do the birthday book idea but when I download your PDF for the sign it is all jumbled. Can you email it to me?

  8. Courtney says:

    I was wondering where you got your plush characters at? I have gotten some but when I look online for others, they are outrageously priced. I’m hoping to find a secret place where they are cheaper for my daughter’s first birthday party & her nursery in general. 😉 Thanks!

    • We got them awhile back from Kohls. They were part of their Kohl’s Cares at the front of the store, paired with the books. They were like $5 or $10 each I believe.

  9. Melanie says:

    I’m throwing my daughter a Dr. Suess themed party in 2 weeks and this was SUPER DUPER helpful! Thanks soooooo much!! You did an amazing job! Thanks for sharing your talent!

    • I’m so glad you got some good ideas 🙂 Happy Birthday to your daughter! I’d love to see pics 🙂

  10. Thank you so much for posting this!

  11. Danielle says:

    I want to use the Dr. Seuss Birthday Ryhme for my sons party next week but am i able somehow to add my sons name onto the bottom??? I want it to be in the same font. Thank you!

  12. Jennifier says:

    This is too stinkin cute! How would i do the birthday book rhyme for a girl instead of a “guy”? Also, how do i sign her name in the same font? Thanks a bunch

  13. Missy Wise says:

    THANK YOU very much for sharing!! It is such a labour of love for you to do all this work, and I very much appreciate it! It is my son’s birthday today, but having a party on Saturday, and you have just saved a crammer mum from what could have been a blah party. Thank you very much!! x

  14. We are doing an Oh the places she’ll go party for my daughter! These are some cute ideas, Thank you!
    You have a link for 3 fonts, but there is only one listed when you click it… is that the other two are no longer available fonts?
    I am having a hard time with the “Grinched” font. It’s spaced really weird, not sure if its my computer or a broken font, so I wanted to see what other fonts might work better for me. I have looked and looked, but there are hundreds of fonts out there, and you have such cute stuff already, that I just wondered if you had the names of the fonts that you used.

  15. Thank you so much for posting all of this for free! We are planning my nephew’s 1st birthday and this saved us SO much time! Thanks again! 🙂

  16. Thank you soo much for sharing all your hardwork! I am planning my little mans 1st birthday and this has been a godsend. Can you please email me the birthday rhyme as it is all jumbled when i download. Thank you in advance

  17. Wow!!!!!!!!
    Thank you so much for creating this site. You have helped me so much, and have given me even more dr seuss party ideas! How thoughtful of you to do this on top of being a busy mom 🙂 Thank You Thank You!

  18. heather b says:

    Love this! We just did a dr seuss baby shower, wish i had seen this before then!

  19. Must Have Mom, Sarah

    I downloaded the font but it says I need Winrar to open the zipfile. Is this normal?
    Sorry but have never done this before & am leary about getting a virus.

    Thanks for your help!

  20. Thank you so much for sharing I am doing the food signs for a Baby shower coming up in April. I have started looking for the decorations now since it’s so hard to find Dr Seuss.

  21. AMAZING party!!! You did a great job putting it all together! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us. Would it be possible to have the word girl deleted from the birthday rhyme? So it would say to you favorite five year old, instead of five year old girl?

    Thanks so much!

  22. Amber Miller says:

    Hi, Thank you so much for all the great ideas. my boy/girl twins are turning one next month. Were doing a dr seuss/ thing 1 thing 2 theme. So all of this is a big help for a budget. I was wondering if you had the birthday book rhyme for boy/girl twins. thanks again so much.


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