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The Cat in the Hat is probably one of the most famous Dr. Seuss novels out there. We all know the story of how a black and white cat came to try and bring fun but got a little carried away. If you are looking for some fun crafts and activities to go with this fun story, I’ve got you covered! These work well with the book or the movie, so you can use them with whichever one you’d like. Some of these involve learning a little too for those of you looking for something educational so it’s like the best of both worlds! What are you waiting for, here are 15 Cat in the Hat inspired crafts and activities that you can try!
15 Cat in the Hat Inspired Crafts and Activities
The Cat in the Hat is probably one of the most famous Dr. Seuss novels out there. We all know the story of how a black and white cat came to try and bring fun but got a little carried away. If you are looking for a fun craft and some activities to go with classic dr. Seuss book, then I’ve got you covered! These work well with the book or the movie, so you can use them with whichever one you’d like. Some of these involve learning a little too for those of you looking for something educational so it’s like the best of both worlds! Young children love Cat in the Hat and love these crafts and activities just as much!
What are you waiting for? Here are 15 Cat in the Hat inspired crafts and activities that you can try!
This is one of my favorite dr. Seuss activities. Not only will children get a STEM activity from this, but it also is a great idea for practicing problem solving and gross motor skills! children will stack red solo cups with construction paper between each cup.
How high can your child stack the cups?
This is a fun activity that goes with the Cat in the Hat children’s books. The best part? It is a simple craft–all you need is some construction paper, scissors, and a picture of your child! Cut out your child’s face and the shapes of the Cat in the Hat. Watch your young child and entire family turn it “the Cat”
This one is fun for kids of all ages! Cut out the alphabet and put them in a fishbowl! Then have kids pull out letters and say which letter they are! this activity is so much fun and a great way to have gross motor skills practiced with those little hands in the bowl.
What a cute craft this one is! Make a puppet after this famous book using objects that can be found at home! The best part? You can use this puppet to help practice kids read their favorite Dr. Seuss books.
Here is another fun way to represent the class book, Cat in the Hat! The supplies you need are inexpensive and a perfect activity for your children to bring their favorite Dr. Seuss character to life.
Thing one and thing two are another favorite characters from this popular book. All you need is simple supplies and you and your kid will be having a blast for days to come, all while learning! Want to do it for a different book? No problem! Make these puppets after his popular book “One fish Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fishh” or any of his books!
This is one of the most simple dr. Seuss craft. all you need is a popsicle stick, some glue,m construction paper, and markers! have fun making a character from one of Dr. Suess’s most popular books.
Go to your local library and make a print of this craft! This activity is guaranteed a fun time for all involved and simple to do!
This activity is popular to do on March 2nd, dr. Seuss’s birthday. Grab some nearby household items and have fun with your children! Who doesn’t love an educational fun craft?
This is the perfect craft for parents with young children! Grab some paper plates, construction paper, and other household items, and make the Cat in the Hat in a matter of minutes! Who doesn’t love a coupe minute crafts?
Challenge your child with this engineering child! Children love this activity and it is a good way to sneak learning in while they are having fun.
Challenge your little one while they are having fun with this name puzzle craft! Watch an adorable cat come to life with this fun idea.
Sensory bin activities are so important for children’s development! Make it fun by making it inspired by Dr. Suess and grab pom poms , toilet paper rolls, beads, anything that can be used as a sensory item.
Have extra toilet paper rolls around the house! use them in these fun Dr. Seuss crafts. This craft is a sure way to have fun with your children while they are able to critically think about the book
Who doesn’t love a simple craft? These paper bag puppets are a sure way to get your child interested in the book and to capture their attention with future reading.
We hope you had fun trying some of these Cat in the Hat-inspired crafts!
Let us know which one you particularly loved and if you’d like to try more Dr. Seuss’s crafts, we got you! Here are some you might like Cat in the Hat Paper Plate Craft or this Cat in the Hat Paper Bag Craft.
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