Take it further: Watch a "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That" video (they have one called "Told From the Cold" that would be great for winter). Make your own Cat in the Hat hat to wear. Talk about rhyming words.
Sweet Girl loved this craft! She actually just pulled it out again recently. It takes a little prep by an adult, but your child will look so cute as the Cat!
You can find out how to make your own, complete with hat printable, at Crafts-n-Things for Children.
I found this idea on the Little Warriors blog. These little guys hung up in our living room forever! They take a bit of work, but the end result is so worth it!
Supplies needed: White, blue and red paint, paintbrush, yellow construction paper (so the white paint stands out better), scissors and a black Sharpie marker
What to do:
2. Stamp the hand on a piece of construction paper.
5. Stamp hand directly
8. Give your Things a face and label their circles accordingly.
9. Cut around their bodies and display!
Cat in the Hat pancakes and green eggs and ham for breakfast anyone?
Looking for a lunch or snack idea? Try letting your child create the Cat in the Hat using healthy snack foods!
And for some fruit with your breakfast, why not try these Cat in the Hat kabobs?
For those of you are REALLY ambitious, how about baking bread that looks like the Cat's hat when you slice it?
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