white and red construction paper, glue, markers, and of course the Cat in the Hat book for inspiration!
Cut out the cat's face and glue on a red hat. You can draw the cat's face on or have your child draw it themselves.
Decorate his hat using glitter glue, markers, paint – whatever you like! You can cut out white stripes from construction paper and have children glue them on. momstown Milton's celebration had some great "Cats" in costume!
The Cat in the Hat is a classic Dr. Seuss story. The story is of two children and a talking goldfish who are left alone in the house when their parents leave – and the kids have nothing to do! The Cat in the Hat comes along with Thing One and Thing Two and proceeds to try and cheer up the children – resulting in crazy antics only Dr. Seuss can rhyme his way through!
The Cat in the Hat character also appears in four additional books: The Cat in the Hat Comes Back, The Cat in the Hat Song Book, The Cat's Quizzer, and I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!.