The main character in the whimsical Dr. Seuss book, The Cat in the Hat, is famous for concocting a day filled with mischievous entertainment; the shenanigans escalate with the release of Thing 1 and Thing 2 from his "fun-in-a-box." Get your child thinking: If he were the Cat in the Hat, what would he keep in his fun-in-a-box?
In this Seuss-inspired activity, he'll make his own fun-in-a-box and create whatever he wants to fill it with, too! This project celebrating a wonderfully imaginative children's book is a great way to boost his fine motor skills and inspire his imagination.
What You Need:
- Cardboard box ( a cereal box or shoe box would work)
- Red paper
- White paper
- Markers or crayons