Friends, the birthday of Dr. Seuss, officially known as Theodor Seuss Geisel is coming! Dr. Seuss, the most loved and best selling kids’ book writer of all time has entertained generations of young ones with his zany books, such as “The Cat in the Hat” and “The Lorax“. He literally transformed kids’ literature with his whimsy and witty writing. And in the process, he helped millions of kids learn to read, without making it look boring or cumbersome. So what are your plans for the day? No plans yet? How about filling in Dr. Seuss Day coloring pages? Don’t you think it would make an excellent activity on Dr. Seuss day? If you are looking for some free printable Dr. Seuss coloring pages, don’t look any further. We have got you a list of Dr. Seuss Day coloring pages for 2018 for you to download and print out. Take a look!
Free Printable Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages
Cat In The Hat Coloring Page:
This coloring page features the Cat, the main character from the Dr. Seuss’ book, “The Cat in the Hat’. In this coloring page, the Cat seems to be riding in a strange, but an astounding vehicle, which he probably created with the help of his magic hat. The vehicle can do anything, right from dusting to watering plants. Interesting, right?
The Cat With Conrad:
This coloring page features the Cat from the “Cat in the Hat”, with Conrad. Conrad is peeking into the hat with the hopes of finding some, but there’s nothing extraordinary in it. Even the Cat looks a bit upset in the coloring picture. What could be the reason? Has the Cat failed to create the ‘magic’ this time?
The Cat With Nick And Sally:
This Dr. Seuss coloring sheet features the Cat with Nick and Sally on an adventure. They are probably in a magical garden that has flowers, vines and grasses bigger and taller than the kids and even the cat himself. This coloring page would look beautiful when you fill it with bright and beautiful shades.
The Cat Posing For You:
Here’s a wonderful Dr. Seuss coloring page featuring the smart and sassy Cat from The Cat in the Hat. The 6-foot tall cat appears in the show wearing a red bow and a red and white striped hat. Sometimes, he even carries an umbrella with him, which is either blue, red or green in color.
Dr. Seuss Quotation Coloring Page:
Nothing can inspire children more than Dr. Seuss and here’s a wonderful quotation to get you going. It says that today is your day and your goal is waiting for you. So get started right away! But before that, fill in this coloring page.
Here’s a coloring page of Sally Walden, a little girl from “The Cat in the Hat”. This cute, sweet and well-mannered girl loves to play in the garden with her friends. She even goes on several adventures from time to time with the Cat and Nick.
This Dr. Seuss coloring page features Ted Wiggins, one of the primary characters from “The Lorax”. Ted is a 14-year-old boy who arrives at The Once-Ler to discover about the Trufulla Trees. However, he falls head over heels in love with Audrey and does his best to win her heart.
Thing 1 Thing 2:
This detailed coloring page features Thing 1 and Thing 2, two adorable characters from Dr. Seuss, “The Cat in the Hat”. These creatures sprung out of the box that the cat brought to show Sally and Conrad. They then create havoc in the house by destroying everything that came in their path.
Thing 1 Relishing Bamboo:
Thing 1 just saw a panda eating bamboo, he couldn’t resist himself and went on to try it himself. But does he even know how bamboo tastes? The pandas like it, but will Thing 1 like it too? We strongly doubt! Weave a story to go with the picture after you’re done the coloring.
Whoville Coloring Page:
This coloring page features Whoville, a crazy, fictional town created by none other than Dr. Seuss. Appearing in “Horton Hears a Who!” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!”, this city is located within a floating speck of dust and then later place onto a clover flower. It’s a pretty detailed image and will be loved by adults too.
Dr. Seuss Day Coloring Page:
Here’s a lovely coloring page honoring Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss Day is celebrated every year on the 2nd of March, which happens to be the birthday of this beloved author. This coloring page shows the Cat from The Cat in the Hat peeping from the letter D. What is he looking for here?
Thing 1 Thing 2 Posing:
This coloring page features naughty and mischievous Thing 1 and Thing 2 posing for you. Both of them are looking very innocent in this picture, but we’re sure they are up to something. They are probably going to destroy the vegetation seen in the background. Or maybe, they’ll steal the fruits from trees.
Grinch Coloring Page:
Here is a coloring page of Grinch with Sally and his pet. Grinch is the central character of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and resides in the Whoville, located above the Whos on Mount Crumpit. Grinch is a sour and unpleasant character who always wants to ruin something.
Meet Lorax, the caretaker of the Truffula Trees Forest and the protagonist of the famous “The Lorax” series. Lorax is a short, and stout, brown colored character with yellow bushy brows and a long mustache. He’s very possessive about his trees and keeps warning everyone who tries to come to its vicinity.
Dr. Seuss Day Activity Sheet:
Here’s a fun activity sheet that children will enjoy doing on the Dr. Seuss day. Kids need to fill in the blanks with the matching letters. And then, they need to color the pictures. Wouldn’t that be double fun? You can even write your name, your favorite Dr. Seuss book and Dr. Seuss character on the sheet.
The Cat With Watermelons:
Where is the cat going with so many watermelons? It seems that he has just harvested all these watermelons and will sell them now, only if any is left from Thing 1 Thing 2. Sitting on top of the watermelons, Thing 1 and Thing 2 seem to be merrily enjoying the watermelons.
Dr. Seuss Characters Coloring Page:
This coloring page is specially for all Dr. Seuss lovers as it features all the major characters from his books. You can take this coloring page as an opportunity to share your favorite Dr. Seuss book and character. And don’t forget to fill in these diagrams.
Cat With Thing 2 Dr. Seuss Coloring Pages:
Here’s another coloring page of the Cat with Thing 2. This fun loving character, barges in the house of Nick and Sally on a boring rainy day, just to cheer them up and he indeed does, by performing all kinds of crazy antics.
The Lorax Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows Lorax standing on the tree trunk. It’s said that the character of Lorax is based on President Theodore Roosevelt, who himself was a pro-environmentalist and came up with new policies to safeguard the environment.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss Coloring Page:
It’s Dr. Seuss birthday and Lorax has arranged for a wonderful three tier cake for him. But who is thinking about the Cat in the Hat? We totally loved the arrangement of truffula trees in the background. And even Lorax is looking happy for the first time.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss:
Here’s another coloring page celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss. It’s a simple coloring page featuring just a birthday cake, with the wording “Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss” written on top. Feel free to make this cake any flavor you like. You can even try rainbow colors to make this cake as colorful as Dr. Seuss’ personality.
Horton With Friends:
This Dr. Seuss coloring page features Horton, the kind-hearted elephant from “Horton Hatches the Egg”. This dim-witted elephant tends to believe in things that no one else does.
McGrew’s Zoo From Dr. Seuss Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of McGrew Zoo, made by Gerald McGrew, the primary character from the book, “If I Ran the Zoo”. McGrew’s Zoo is a bit different from other zoos found all over the world, because it has animals of different breeds, animals that you won’t find even in the jungle.
Horton, Grinch And Cat Coloring Page:
This Dr Seuss coloring sheet features three of the most popular characters from Dr. Seuss books, Horton, Grinch and the Cat. The trio is all set to celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday party and are going to dress up in their best clothes possible. Isn’t that cute.
Lorax Posing Dr. Seuss Coloring Page:
Lorax may be cranky and grumpy, but he clearly knows how to pose for the shutterbugs. He cares a lot for the environment, and even has strong feelings for all the forest animals. Color him bright so that he appears happy in this coloring sheet.
Download all these free printable Dr. Seuss coloring pages, and you’re all set for the day. Feel free to print out as many Dr. Seuss coloring sheets you like. You can even create a personalized Dr. Seuss coloring book out of it. Let us know which of these Dr. Seuss coloring page you liked the most in the comment section below. And don’t forget to check out our Monster Jam coloring pages.