Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat

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  1. cogteach

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    Some time ago, while searching another topic, I came across a "recipe" for a Cat in the Hat hat, made from marshmallows and fruit by the foot. I didn't copy it down and now I can't remember where I found it. Does anyone know? Thanks
     
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    Cat in the hat edible hat

    I don't know the recipe for marshmellows and fruit roll up but.....tomorrow my 3rd grade class will be showing the Kindergarten how to make a Cat in the Hat out of nilla cookies and gummy lifesavers. I have them use popsicle sticks and canned icing to connect the lifesavers and then put them on the cookie. I prefer 5 different colors of the gummy savers but you could also use the hard lifesavers. The kids love it. Hope this helps.
     
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    You guys make me so jealous with all that food. Our state has disallowed any candy except 3 times a year for parties. I really miss all that sweet stuff. Our hats will be made out of red and white construction paper. How boring compared to you guys
     
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    HI
    www.teachingwithheart just posted the winners of the Dr.Seuss contest, and they show a cat in the hat treat made with a donut hole. Cute!
     
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    Gigi- Your link doesn't work. Is that website a .com, .net, .edu, ?
     
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    Thanks for the links! I made the Cat in the Hat with the mini donuts and Livesavers candies and the kids LOVED them. They had a feast of green eggs, ham, and the Cat's. It was very cute!

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    That is the cutest thing I've seen in a LONG time. It'll be a week late, but I think I just HAVE to do that treat next week. Thanks for sharing!
     
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    You are welcome! Glad to be of help............
     
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    Thanks

    I'm late in my thanks, but it was a hit! Much better than the marshmallow hat. It was one treat that all the kids ate every part! Thanks again!
     
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    I am also spinning off "Read Across America", by doing a month long "Read Around the Room." I ran off minature hats for each student with a note to parents that each time the children read, or are read to, that the name of the book be written on one of the stripes of the hat. When they return the hat we will put it on the wall. Our goal is to "Read Around the Room" by the end of March.
     

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