Dr. Seuss What's in the Cat's Hat?
(I Can Do That Games
Pull the big red and white hat out of the box and get ready for a fun time guessing game. Player One hides a household object inside the Cat's Hat. Now Player Two draws a card that tells what question he can ask or what action he can take to discover what's in the hat. Although this is a preschool game, there will need to be an adult who can read the cards - at least until they get familiar with the graphics. The cards do have good illustrations that show what the action or the question should be. But, an adult will sometimes be needed. The younger the players, the more the adult will need to do. Cards tell a player to use the peeking hole on the side of the hat, or smell the hat, touch it with their elbows, or ask what room the object comes from, what letter it starts with, or is it round, can you float it in the bathtub, etc. This is a jolly game that involves problem solving skills, communication skills, reasoning, and sensory awareness. A good choice for 2 or more players. It will be fun for mixed ages, but probably best for beginning readers. 3 & up.
The company has signed a verification form complying with our safety requirements. We did not independently test this toy in a lab.
Age: Preschool, Early School Years. Award Year: 2010.