Thursday, February 23, 2012

Cat In The Hat Ideas

After reading The Cat in the Hat next week...because you know you will have to, here are a few clever findings that maybe you can add to your hectic week!
Unfortunately, I saw this idea on Pinterest without a link.  If  you know where it is from, please let me know, otherwise use the picture to figure out how to make this little creation. 
*Update:  The creator of this noodle craft is Sarah Butler (found through Pinterest), but again no link to her blog.  Instead I am linking to her Pinterest.
If you have a couple of empty TP tubes sitting around just waiting to be used on a project, then look no further.  Visit Stuff By Ash to find the templates needed to complete this.
Cat in the Hat art project from Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas.
 Here's the same concept, but a different template....using a paper plate and shapes.  This idea comes from Teaching Two.
Need a snack after reading? 
Artisan Cake Company offers this parfait idea using red jello and whipped cream.  Looks delicious!
Or why not recreate the cat using graham crackers, Nilla Wafers, pull apart licorice, white frosting, and mini (baking) M&M's like Oxford Elementary did?  FYI I am totally using this snack idea next week when my school does a teacher reader exchange!


Eric VanRaepenbusch said...

Thanks for sharing these Dr. Seuss inspired projects on Happy Birthday Author! I think the Cat in the Hat cookie looks great -- I love anything with frosting!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Heather Painchaud said...

New follower ~ love your blog!! Thanks for sharing1

Victoria ObSEUSSed said...

It looks like the person who created the noodle craft is Sarah Butler - she just uploaded her pic directly to Pinterest, no blog link. See her classroom board

Allison @ Room Mom 101 said...

Victoria thank you so much for finding who the noodle craft is from, although I have no idea how to give her credit. I guess I will link it to her Pinterest for now. Thanks!

Natalie K. said...

Please check out my Cat in the Hat Handprint Idea on my blog:

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