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Cat in the Hat I Can Do That! Game


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  • The Cat in the Hat I Can Do That
  • Jump into the fun and discover all the new things you can do.
  • Game Components Include: Trick-a-ma-stick Foam Bar, 33 Activity Cards
  • Can Do That! Games are designed to bring people together
  • Just a few of the awards we¿ve received include: Parents¿ Choice Gold Award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum and Gold Awards.
  • Game brings to life the beloved Dr. Seuss book giving kids a new and incredibly fun way to experience this classic Dr. Seuss story
  • Nine game pieces right out of the Cat in the Hat story by Dr. Seuss, including the Cake, Ball, Book, Fish, Gown, Fan, Rake, Toy Man, and Boat
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 3.2 x 10.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0016LKFXE
  • Item model number: 01002
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,381 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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The Cat In the Hat I Can Do That! Game gets your kids up and moving in with imaginative, fun-filled and funny activities. As well as providing energizing fun, this innovative game will help foster a sense of confidence in your children. It has won several awards, including the Parents' Choice Gold Award, the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, and the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Best Toy Award. It has also been listed as one of the Dr. Toy 10 Best Creative Products.



Classic Dr. Seuss characters make this game fun and educational for all kids. View larger.

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The Good: Innovative, award-winning game gets kids moving, develops confidence

The Bad: Game components may not stand up to extended use

In a Nutshell: Energizing, creative, confidence-building game

At a Glance

Ages: 4 through 8
Requires: Minimal, simple assembly
I Can Do That! Is for kids ages four through eight and is designed for two to four players, making this an ideal family game.

Innovative Game Gets Kids Moving
This is not your traditional board game. I Can Do That! comes with imaginative props inspired by the classic children's book The Cat In the Hat by Dr. Seuss, as well as a deck of color-coded cards that provide funny, challenging activities.

To start, a player picks one of each of the three color cards. Taken together, the cards create a fun and funny activity the player is challenged to do. For example, Card 1 could read "Take Four Giant Steps," Card 2 "With the Cake," and Card 3 "On your head!" Each card also has one, two, or three stars on it for score keeping purposes. If the player wants to take the challenge, he says "I can do that!" and proceeds. If he succeeds, he keeps the cards in his own scoring pile. If he doesn't think he can do the activity, he can re-draw until he gets an activity that he can do. But watch out: if he draws a "Stop!" card, he must give up his cards and end his turn. The player with the most stars in the scoring pile wins the game.

Creative, Funny Activities Build Confidence
The beauty of this game is in its simplicity. Easy-to-follow instructions and super-easy assembly ensure that your family will be playing in no time, with minimal frustration -- a must for the enthusiastic, shorter attention spans of younger kids.

We also love that this game goes beyond traditional board games to get kids up and moving. This is great both for energetic youngsters who lack the patience to focus quietly and for children who need a bit more motivation to get physical. Kids will have a lot of fun balancing, crawling, leaping, and skipping with the whimsical props. They'll enjoy watching each other, and they'll learn to compete in an entertaining environment.

We also love that the game's structure encourages kids to challenge themselves, while the option of drawing and re-drawing cards still gives them the choice to play at their comfort levels. The simple, generalized game instructions are open it to many variations, and the instructions actually encourage families to customize the rules to their children's abilities and desires.

The only concern we had was with the game's durability. The foam pieces definitely won't last as long as your vintage Monopoly set. But on the plus side, the flexible, soft props guard well against injuries or mishaps.

What's in the Box
One deck of color-coded cards, foam and plastic props, and instruction card.



Children pick cards to try different fun and funny challenges.

Product Description

4-8 years. Hopping, crawling, twirling, and balancing are a few of the feats you will encounter while playing this game. You will flip over three cards to create a new challenge each time. There are hundreds of possibilities in every game. 2-4 players.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Such a fun game for kids and adults.
J. Kurp
Four year olds NEED move on quickly, so we think this game lasts just long enough.
C. E. Dye
My 4 year old received this game as a Christmas present and boy does she love it.
Jessica M. Thomas

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By M. Desmond on September 24, 2008
My 4yr old son recently got this game as a birthday gift. The concept for this game has a lot of potential, the makers just failed to realize all of it. The pieces are a bit flimsy and there are not enough cards. We played with three people and we went through all the cards really fast. Even though the cards get mixed and matched each time, there are not enough to give the game any real variety. We played the game twice in a row the first time and my 8yr old complained that several times the same person was drawing the same combination they did the game before. I think the ages for this game would be better for 3-5 yr olds than for those 4-8. I am going to make up my own cards to add to the mix which will save this game for our family. Without them I think it will get old really quick.
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By K. A. Morrison on December 13, 2007
I picked this up for my son for his 5th birthday. He is SO happy with it! He loves having little "challenges" to complete, loves the props, loves getting up and doing something rather than just sitting there.

The activity level of this game is reasonably high, so be prepared to get up and move somehow for each of your turns. And also be prepared to leave any inhibitions about movement behind as you try to do things like jump up and down while holding a prop under your chin, or crawl around while holding a different prop under your clothes.

Be prepared for lots of smiles and laughs, from both you and your kiddos! A fun game, and I'd definitely buy it again! Now I'm wishing Amazon carried the other 2 Dr. Seuss games, Sing your Heart Out and You to the Rescue.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Adoring Auntie on October 30, 2008
I bought this game for my niece (age 6) and nephew (4) and we had a blast playing it over the weekend. The game is infused with Seuss silliness and lots of fun physical activity. What I loved most was that it gives each child their little moment in the spotlight as they act out the activities on the cards and show everyone what they can do. I also loved the reinforcement of numbers, colors, counting, and puzzle solving. I highly recommend this game!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Parent on December 11, 2007
My four year old loves playing this game and enjoys acting out the instructions. Our only issue is that the "trick a ma stick," which is needed for much of the game, is very flimsy and falls apart each time we set it up.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on February 7, 2009
We were very disappointed with this game because:

1) It's Boring - The age range on the box is from 4 to 8, and the basic sequencing in this game is something that doesn't hold the attention (or provide a meaningful challenge or learning opportunity) to kiddos five and up. Our five year old son was quickly bored with it.

2) It's Not Child-Friendly - Your child needs to know how to read to be able to play the game, so it's not something that most four or five year olds can play without an adult. We love to play games with our child, so this wouldn't be a problem for us, except that . . .

3) It's Not Parent-Friendly - Adults cannot completely play along because the trick-a-ma-stick is not big enough for an adult to crawl through, and it comes apart even when your child tries to crawl through it.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chris on December 30, 2007
My daughters who are 4 1/2 and 6 1/2 got this for Christmas. We have played it twice so far. What a cute fun way to play a game. We all just love that you got up and moved while doing silly things. What kid doesn't like to be silly? The Trick-a-ma-stick is flimsy but it's supposed to be. My 6 year old discovered that if we spread the legs out a little bit further it stayed up well though it did still wobble. We wish there were a few more cards so each round would last a little longer and there would be a little more variation in actions to take. Overall, a great game!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer J. Weisenberger on November 10, 2008
I bought this for my son and I thought it was too good to be true! My son is 4 and has autism. This game is wonderful for any child (my typical 2 year old can do it and LOVES it!) but it is the perfect game for teaching a child with autism to follow directions. We started out just having him do one thing at a time, quickly moved to using 2 cards, and are now on using 3. It has been such a wonderful addition to our therapies that we do with him and he has so much fun playing it. My only complaint is that my two year old easily ripped the foam thing-a-ma-stick (I think that's what it's called) but the toy is recommend for 4 and up anyway. If you are considering this game for your typical child or your child with special needs I would say go for it. I mentioned the game to both his speech therapist and occupational therapist and they have both gone out and bought it to use with kids they see for therapy with rave reviews. A++++
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Emilyplays on August 11, 2008
This game is frequently chosen for family game night around here. It gets everyone moving and the kids think it is hilarious! As someone who loved Cat in the Hat as a kid, the game is also just visually fun. Each piece is straight out of the book! Everything has held up great after many rounds. I love how the box closes up and you can store it without worrying about the lid falling off/open. We have a couple of the other Dr Seuss games in this series and they all see a lot action. Great for kids who have some energy or need some energy!
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