Thing 1 & Thing 2 Hats - Cut school blue butcher paper into strips, fold in half lengthwise and draw a line to show how far you should cut. A couple of staples will hold the two halves steady and makes it easier for little fingers to cut. They cut on the open side and the folded side becomes the bottom of the hat.
Kinder Kapers: Reading Week Celebrations. Thing One hats.
We read The Cat in the Hat and made these super cute Thing 1s from Deanna Jump's unit. The kids LOVED this! Under the "Thing 1" circle, we stapled paper where the kids wrote the characters, setting, problem and solution from the story. - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
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You will need:Paper Plates (You can buy black plates or paint them with black paint.)White Paper CirclesGoogly EyesBlack PomsBlack Construction Paper (For the tear-out ears and whiskers.)Red PaintStaples (To attach the ears and the hat.)Glue (To attach the white circle face, eyes, nose and whiskers.)The Hat Pattern Below (Copying on white cardstock paper works best.)
Cat in the hat!