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Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Card Game
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- Helps kids discover their own abilities
- Encourages self-confidence and self-esteem
- Promotes early-reading skills
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- 45 cards, foam fishbowl, 1 rules card
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Cons: some movements called for are impossible, it would be good to have more cards
My three-year-old daughter got this for Christmas, and has played it a few times with her six-year-old sister, who can read. The two of them got it out and figured out how to play it by themselves. I played it with the three-year-old as well. My six-year-old daughter had played a similar game at school so she understood the basic idea.
The game is a cross between Memory and Simon Says. There are three types of cards: red (movement type), blue (target), and yellow (how to hold the fish (a foam cut-out of the fish in the bowl from Cat in the Hat)). The cards are laid out face-down in a grid as you would in a Memory game. The players take turns choosing three cards and turning them over. If a player gets one of each color, they have to follow the directions on the cards. For example, a combination could be Hopping (red movement card) to the Front Door and back (blue target card) with the Fish under your right arm (yellow fish-holding card). If the player successfully does the task, they keep the cards. If the player doesn't turn up three different colors, he or she flips the cards over and the next player takes a turn.
In general, this is a great game for younger kids. It helps to have a reader playing, although the illustrations on the cards help show the players what to do. There are some more challenging movements like crab-walking that could give players some problems. I'm also at a loss as to how one would hold the fish between one's elbows while crab-walking. I don't know anyone who could do that without hurting oneself. It would also be good to have a few more cards.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow! As usual Dr. Seuss outdoes himself. Hehe. What a giggle fest for little ones and even parents and grandparentsPublished 1 month ago by Justyna A.
This is a cute game. My three year old grandson and I have played it many times. He loves to play it.Published 2 months ago by nolagrammy
I found this card game to be a good supplement to the I Can Do That! board game. Good for physically engaging children in an activity that challenges their judgement on things... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Jo Simeone
Cute! The kids love the colorful cards. I love that they are learning without knowing it :) A good item for a gift too. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dinah
My kids and their friends love this game! It's a great game to play as a family as well!! I recommend this to anyone with smaller kids!Published 3 months ago by Haliens
This is such a great game for my family. We are always trying to find games that my Down Syndrome daughter can play. She loves this and does not need help. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Betty
We bought this for our 4 - year-old who is an emerging reader. He could read most of the cards and had fun playing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tiffany Hildebrand