Dr. Seuss: Daisy Head Mayzie Worksheets and Book Activities

Daisy Head Mayzie Activities for the Classroom

With Dr. Seuss's birthday just around the corner, we wanted to bring you more ways to celebrate. Daisy Head Mayzie is a popular book with lots of activities for you to use in the classroom or in your home. Enjoy!

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Daisy Head Mayzie Activities for the Classroom

Dr. Seuss Worksheets and Classroom Activities

A fun book activity for a large group is the Daisy Head Mayzie Crazy Hat Booth found on the obSEUSSed blog. Gather different colors of paper, feathers, pom poms, scissors, tape and a stapler and let the kids create fun hats.


Daisy Head Mayzie Crazy Hat Booth. Visit ObSEUSSed for more info.

Here is an idea you can use to make a classroom bulletin board. Start with the writing prompt, add some pictures, cut out flowers, and you end up with these cute pictures of the kids trying to remove a daisy from their heads. For the free printables and instructions head over to Tattling to the Teacher.

Daisy Head Mayzie Worksheet Writing Prompt
Daisy Head Mayzie Worksheet from Tattling for the Teacher.

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Daisy Head Mayzie Bulletin Board ideas from Tattling for the Teacher.


The principal in the book, Daisy Head Mayzie, knew of several places daisies grow. Use a big map like they do at Scholastic.com and these daisy printables to mark all the places daisies grow.

Daisy Head Mayzie Worksheet and Printables
Daisy Head Mayzie printable sheets from Shari Edwards found at Scholastic.com


The Princess and the Tot has a simple color by number daisy printable to use to celebrate Dr Seuss's birthday.

Daisy Printable Coloring Sheet

Of course, what is a birthday celebration without food? Crack of Dawn Crafts has this cute preschool snack of daisies that is easy to assemble and eat.

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Edible Art Daisy Snack from Crack of Dawn Crafts.


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