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Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Card Game

4.6 out of 5 stars 164 customer reviews

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Includes (24) cards, (1) foam fish and game rule manual. Dimensions: (inches) Length: 5.75. Width: 3.5. Height: 0.75

From the Manufacturer

Join the Cat in the Hat in an activity-filled card game and discover all the new things you can do. Flip over three cards to create a new challenge. Can you crab walk to the bedroom with the fish under your chin? Can you dance around a chair with the fish between your knees? There are hundreds of hilarious possibilities, and every game is belly-laughing fun.I Can Do That. Games foster self-confidence by giving kids a chance to discover what they can do. Favorite Dr. Seuss, Curious George, and Richard Scarry characters come to life—challenging kids to run, slide, hide, seek, sort, explore—and more. By engaging kids physically, socially, and creatively, I Can Do That. Games provide endless hours of fun for the whole family.

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Product Dimensions 5.7 x 0.8 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B003P8QI8M
Item model number 01025
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #26,852 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#492 in Toys & Games > Games > Card Games
#12,749 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.6 out of 5 stars 164 customer reviews

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By Jill VanDewoestine on December 29, 2010
Pros: simple to set up and play, encourages physical activity, appeals to wide age range
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.
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I'm not thinking the foam fish will take too much beating before it will be unusable...but I guess I can watch the kids like a hawk with it. The kids LOVE to play it though, they laugh endlessly trying to do the complicated things it says. Some combinations are pretty impossible for young kids, have to improvise on rules for the younger kids. I also had to change it to the level of my 3 year old by just separating the colors into piles and allowing them to attempt a trick at each turn just randomly as they selected the 3 cards (it is supposed to be played like a memory game where they have to try to remember where there are blue/red/yellow...WAY too complicated for my 3 year old). Overall a fun game for the kids, but I think it should have been priced $5 or less.
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We love this game but I am annoyed that they list the regular price as $9.99. The manufacturers recomended price is $5.99.
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Our children (ages 2-10) love this game. Its a fun, non-competitive game that teaches following directions, taking turns all the while being silly! It can last 5 minutes or 2 hours. I highly recommend it.
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By Connie Lee on August 27, 2013
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It's OK but be aware the cards and the accessories are very small. Our 4 and 5 year old grandchildren played it a couple of times and it's now in the donate box. It was a dissappointment.
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I would say it's a little pricy for just flash cards but it is dr. seuss so i suppose that's why. fun game i use it in my therapy sessions with my kids! they seem to love it!
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If you are looking for a fun & easy family game- this is it! My 5-year-old received this as a present, and since then I have purchased 3 additional games as gifts. Our family has a blast with this game! It's very simple, you play it much like a game of memory, but you want to turn over 3 cards (a number 1, a number 2, a number 3). If you turn over a sequence of three, you read the sentence it forms and act it out. For example "Hop to the sink with a fish between your elbows." The fish is a foam fish in a fish bowl from the Dr. Seuss stories. The kids love it, and I love feeling like a kid when I play it!
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I enjoy playing this with my son. It could use some more cards however, once you get "up" a couple of hands it is already obvious that person will win. Of course the silly combo of things you have to do still makes it worth playing out the game.
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