Dr Seuss Preschool Cat in the Hat Crafts

You and your preschoolers can celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2 with this amazing collection of Cat in the Hat crafts and recipes!

Spend the day creating one or more of these Cat in the Hat-inspired crafts and snacks with your preschoolers as you read their favorite Dr. Seuss stories.

What better way to bring their favorite books to life? 

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Cat in the Hat Crafts 

Below, you’ll find a great selection of snack and craft ideas based on Dr. Seuss’s popular Cat in the Hat books. 

Whether your kids work independently or you offer some assistance, these crafts and snacks are a great way to extend your story time. 

Cat in the Hat Snacks

I love these striped Cat in the Hat cookies, but the DIY decorated plate makes presenting the cookies so much more fun! The Country Chic Cottage

Your preschoolers will love helping you make (and eat) these Thing 1 and Thing 2 mini cupcakesMom Endeavors

These Cat in the Hat Rice Krispie treats take a little time to prepare, but it’s worth every minute! She Saved

Cat in the Hat cake pops will liven up your story time for sure! Ashlee Marie

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Cat in the Hat Activities

This DIY Dr. Seuss puzzle is simple to make, and it’ll keep your kids entertained for hours. Mom Endeavors

Your kids will love fishing for letters in this Cat in the Hat alphabet fishbowl gameThe Educators Spin On It

Here’s an easy Cat in the Hat hat you and your kids can make. They’ll love wearing it as you read Dr. Seuss stories to them. Red Ted Art

This toilet roll Thing 1 and Thing 2 craft is a great way to let your little ones practice cutting paper with scissors. Planning Playtime

Handprint crafts are my favorite, and toilet roll crafts are super cheap to create. Combine the two in this handprint Thing 1 and Thing 2 craftMeraki Mother

This Cat in the Hat sensory bottle is perfect for car rides and quiet time. The Educators’ Spin On It

Here’s a super simple Cat in the Hat paper hat that even your toddlers can help make. Simple Living Mama

Repurpose some old cardboard tubes, and turn them into Cat in the Hat treat holdersAmy Latta Creations

Kids will love creating their very own Cat in the Hat bookmarksThe Country Chic Cottage

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Must Have Resources:

When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand. 

Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:

Little ones will love sitting down to learn with these printable Dr Seuss activities! Includes 17 pages of Dr. Seuss-themed learning fun!

Dr. Seuss Day is the perfect day to try one or more of these One Fish Two Fish activities and snacks!

Make practicing letters and numbers for fun with these Dr Seuss preschool worksheets! They are the perfect addition to your homeschool preschool plans!

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  1. This is amazing!! My dad taught me to read with The Cat in the Hat, so it remains one of my all-time favorite books. I love Dr. Seuss. I SO wish I had had this post when I was homeschooling my preschoolers. I love it!! Pinning, for sure.
    P.S. I would love to have you share blog posts at my linkup. It’s every Monday at lifetalesbooks.blogspot.com if you’re interested. 🙂

  2. The Cat in the Hat is one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books. I was also the first book my now 12 year old daughter read when she was 3 years old. This is a wonderful collection of crafts. Thanks so much for sharing on Littles Learning Link Up. This post is one of the featured posts this week. I’ve also pinned it.