Free Printable - Cat in the Hat "Hat" in either color or black outline.

Pre-K Fun has free Cat in the Hat (and other books) printables including a hat and bow tie in both color and B&W.

Thing hats for Dr. Seuss' birthday. @Sarah Chintomby Baker-Dykes @Kara Morehouse Horras @Terry Song Haynes-Toney or this one.

Seuss activities: Seuss crafts: Adorable Thing 1 or Thing 2 crown. I'd make the kiddos a Thing

Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss mask…cute for a reading response activity or for a Dr. Seuss birthday celebration!

Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss mask…cute for a reading response activity or for a Dr. students will make masks by cutting and coloring the hat, bow and gluing on the whiskers.

See SEUSSICAL live on stage with Music Circus at the Wells Fargo Pavilion JULY 12-17, 2016. TICKETS: http://www.californiamusicaltheatre.com/events/seussical-2016/

* Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind * ~ Dr.

Looking for a fun game to add to your Dr. Seuss plans? Check out this cute Cat in the Hat themed carnival-style toss game created by Jordan of Motherhood and Other Adventures. Created using...

Cat in the Hat Toss Game

Cat in the Hat toss game Glue white construction paper to the outside of the oatmeal container. You can use small balls or beanbags for this Cat in the Hat toss. I made some homemade balloon balls by putting Moon Dough into balloons.

Deluxe Set of Dr Seuss Inspired Cat in The Hat Photo Booth Party Props by EllaJaneCrafts on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/171760088/deluxe-set-of-dr-seuss-inspired-cat-in

Cat In the Hat- Deluxe Dr Seuss Inspired Cat in The Hat Photo Booth Party Props

TEACHERS Celebrate Reading with The Cat in the Hat FREEBIE writing activity from simply sprout

TEACHERS Celebrate Reading with The Cat in the Hat FREEBIE writing activity from simply sprout Opinion kindergarten

Dr. Seuss Hats: Have the kids decorate hats for homework, and when they come back to school, have them write a descriptive piece about their hat. Hang all the hats up, and take turns reading their descriptions and then the class has to guess which hat was theirs!

Simply Second Grade: Dr. Seuss - decorate hat, write to describe the hat, then have them guess which hat belongs to which student (bulletin board idea).

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