# Free Dr Seuss Math Printable Worksheets for Kids

Do you like Dr. Seuss? We read a lot of Dr Seuss books and love them all. With Dr.Seuss birthday coming, many are looking for Dr.Seuss themed activities and worksheets for kids. We searched and found some fun Dr.Seuss math worksheets for kids of different ages. It is fun to do some math after reading Dr.Seuss books.

## 19 Sets of Free Dr.Seuss Math Worksheets for Kids

Do you like Cat in the Hat? This single digit addition worksheet is perfect to go with the book. It is ideal for toddlers and preschoolers who just start gaining the concept of numbers and additions.

For those who like Lorax, you can work on counting with kids with this Lorax counting worksheet.

This Lorax tree planting game provide another way to practice counting.

If you like to have some variety, you can use this counting worksheet for the book Oh The Places You Will Go.

These worksheets (one, two, three) combine counting and simple addition into one sheet for young children.

This number matching game is yet another fun game for kids to learn numbers.

This Roll and Cover sheet is a good way to learn addition within 6.

This is another set of free addition and subtraction worksheet using the theme The Cat in the Hat.

Coloring by number combines number recognition, art, and fine motor skills in one activity, and kids love it.

This worksheet lets kids to graph numbers hands-on. It is based on the book One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.

To practice zero to 10 additions, you can use this addition worksheet.

This free printable of What Makes 10 helps kids learn counting and addition.

This is a Lorax math word problem worksheets designed for grade 1 and 2 students.

These fish math questions are fun word problems testing kids understanding of multiplications. They are also based on the book One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.

This roll and graph sheet helps kids learn dice numbers and counting graphs.

This Seussical Fish is a fun math game challenge kids to figure out the combination of two categories.

If the last one is too easy, try this one with 4 categories, and have kids figure out the combinations of all the categories.

For addition word problems, try this set of Dr Seuss worksheet. There are two sheets, the 2nd one has more difficult problems.

This middle school math story is a fun one to do on Dr.Seuss birthday. Although it is not exactly a worksheet, but it has interesting math problems.

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• Nicole

Perfect for my Kindergarten class on Read Across America Day!

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