Oh the Things You Can Do That Are Good for You!: All About Staying Healthy (Cat in the Hats Learning Library)
The Cat in the Hat joins forces with the Partnership for a Healthier America! In this newly revised editiion-with 16 pages of bonus materials-the Cat in the Hat takes young readers to a Seussian Spa where they learn the basics of healthy livingISBN13: 9780375810985Publisher: Random House Children's BooksPublication Year: 2001Format: HardcoverPages: 48
Summer vacation means one thing: Your yard is about to become a sea of kids' toys that have found a new home in the outdoors. If you're struggling to keep up with the chaos, shop this list of genius finds from Houzz that make staying organized a breeze.
There are times when we don't want glitter or ruffles or confusing designs splattered all over our kids' clothes. That's why we love Primary. Their clothes are basic and simple and can be worn over and over again. Another reason we love Primary? They're also making Halloween easy by inspiring parents to take matters into their own hands to create clever and adorable DIY Halloween costumes without having to pick up a needle and thread. Best of all, the costumes can have a second life—the hoodie your little guy wore for his dragon costume can be the same hoodie he wears to school the following week — minus the scales, of course. Scroll to see our favorite Primary DIY costume picks, along with details on how to make them and where to buy the essential pieces.
Thinking of taking a trip to Adventure Bay? Does your little pup squeal with delight whenever her favorite rescue dogs help a friend in need? Whether you're a fan of PAW Patrol or just a parental bystander, those precious pups' paw prints are all over the fabric of your daily life. It's only natural that for your little one's birthday, she'd want to celebrate in a big canine way. So, we dug deep and took to the skies searching for the best PAW Patrol party ideas. Remember: No party is too big, no celebration too small. If you need the paw-fect party ideas just yelp for help — or read on for some inspiration. We're on the case!
Between the swollen ankles and that growing belly, pregnancy is no joke! Don't limit yourself to restricting pants and try these comfy maternity leggings instead.
Selecting the coolest (and most durable) kids' shoes for fall and beyond can be quite the ordeal — no pressure, Mom and Dad! Thankfully, Pediped has an incredible inventory of shoes and sandals that will have your little one stepping out in style at school, the playground and beyond. Plus, now until September 30, 2018, you can enjoy 20 percent off your Pediped purchase by using code PARENTING20!
Whether your child's school uniform is a sweater and khakis or a sweet dress, these classic pieces earn an A-plus for style.
Mastering the art of diapering requires proper instruction, and the right diaper changing accessories. Managing the mess can be downright icky at times, but having the correct sized diaper as well as baby wipes that suit your baby's skin needs, makes all the difference. Be prepared for any and all potential diapering dilemmas—there are sure to be a few—by learning more about your diapering options.
Going back to school after a super summer vacation is no fun. But going back-to-school shopping? Now that's fun! What kid doesn't love picking out new backpacks, lunch boxes, notebooks, pens, crayons and more? We've rounded up some of our favorite back-to-school supplies, all available at Walmart. Shop them below.
Send your kids off to class in style this fall with the trendiest back-to-school clothes from Zappos. From Mamma Mia-inspired bell-sleeves to World Cup-approved casual wear, these latest looks will have them dressing to impress all year long.
Nutrient-rich routines for your future foodie start with wholesome baby food. From baby food makers and accessories to where to find baby food recipes, we'll help you discover the tools you need for homemade baby food.
Before starting your little one on solid foods, be sure to talk with your pediatrician about meal safety and foods to avoid.
When school's out for summer and your kids are home during those long, hot days, sometimes a cool treat is just what you both need. But why not make an activity out of that afternoon snack and get your kiddos involved in the kitchen? From popsicles to hand pies, here's our top kitchen gadget picks for making summer treats with your kids.
Pleasing teenage girls can often be a challenge, especially when it comes to helping them pick out clothes or room decor. If you have a teenager who loves boho style and is in need of a little bedroom revamp, look no further. Your teen will be shocked at how well you know the boho trend when she sees these gypsy-inspired bedroom picks.
The diaper bag. It is a necessary part of parenthood, from baby's first few days in this world well into what may be their toddler years. It can seem daunting at first to try and determine what defines "must-have" versus "meh, maybe not" on-the-go gear. That's why we've rounded up our favorite diaper bag essentials, from a few ideas as to what to pack in a diaper bag for the hospital to what might even be a bit of a "bonus" for mom and dad. Speaking of, not much differs when it comes to diaper bag essentials for dad or mom, but guys on the go may appreciate a diaper bag backpack or duffle of their very own. You know, to avoid potential paisley prints or darling designs perhaps less desired by some dudes.
It's never too early to get a little one hooked on reading. These fun, personalized storybooks for kids combine entertainment with education, making your budding bookworm the hero of their own story. Whether it's a Disney story or a bedtime story, get your birthday and Christmas gift shopping done early and order one of these unique page-turners from Amazon, Etsy or Uncommon Goods now!
Let Your Rockin' Self Unroll!From whacked-out wallets to wild wearables (and more!), go from sticky to stylin' with these super-hi...p duct tape projects. Updated with lots of new ideas and colorful tapes to inspire, you can add extra pizzazz to your room and wicked creativity to your life! read more
This rhyming book presents brave children from Abigail to Zoe. It offers a fun way to learn the alphabet.
Tiny robots include everything from a wall-climbing microbot to a nanobot that goes inside the human body. Find out just what thes...e awesome machines can do. read more
Twin Tales: Sasha & Sophie go to School is Happy People Publishing's debut book! It chronicles the joys and bond of sisterhood, ev...en through one of its first tests. Watch the fun unfold with the twins as they bring you through attending a new school and spending time apart for the first time. read more
"The T. Rex was strong, with teeth sharp as knives. When most dinos saw him, they ran for their lives!" And so Dr. Seuss' Cat in t...he Hat introduces young readers to the fiercest of all the many extinct reptiles featured in this exciting exploration of the Age of Dinosaurs. This title forms part of a series of books that takes an off-beat look at natural history through a fun combination of Seussian rhymes and zany illustrations. Aimed at early readers - from four to seven year olds - the books are designed to bridge the gap between concept books written for preschoolers and more formal non fiction titles that require fluent reading skills. By presenting the facts in a lively and rhythmic manner, they provide the critical foundation upon which complex facts and ideas can eventually be built. read more
In this latest installment of the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library, the Cat takes Sally and Nick to Africa—where they meet some r...eally big cats—and all sorts of other animals, too, including elephants, zebra, giraffe, hippos, warthogs, buffalo, baboons, side-striped jackals, spotted hyena, galagos, pythons, vipers, and six kinds of antelope! Young readers will learn how animals are either predators or prey, that elephants tend to favor one tusk over the other, how to tell the difference between a white and black rhino (both of which are grey!), that lion cubs are born covered with spots that soon disapear, and much, much more! Fans of the new PBS preschool science show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (which is based on The Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) won't want to miss this wild new addition to the series! read more
The Cat in the Hat introduces young readers to nature's perfect package! An egg-citing story perfect for teaching your child abou...t egg science! Young readers will be delighted to join the Cat in the Hat as he cracks open the science of eggs—from the different animals that lay them to the amazing shapes, sizes, and colors they can be! An ideal choice for supporting preschool and kindergarten egg science curriculum, kids will learn about kinds of nests, the stages of development inside a chicken egg, and much, much more. Fans of the hit PBS Kids television show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! won’t want to miss this egg-citing new addition to the Learning Library series! read more
The Cat in the Hat, Sally, and Dick visit with nocturnal animals and learn about their special adaptations for surviving in the da...rk! Along with Thing One and Thing Two, the gang meet a host of common critters (among them raccoons, owls, and bats), as well as more exotic creatures (including aye-ayes, sidewinders, and kiwi birds), all of whom are active during the night and sleep during the day. Beginning readers will learn how eye shine makes some animals’ eyes glow in the dark, how bats can “see” in the dark using high-pitched squeaks, and much, much more! Ideal for supporting the Common Core State Standards and a natural for fans of the hit PBS Kids show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, this is a great way to introduce beginning readers to science! read more
The Cat looks at animals that are not easy to see! The Cat in the Hat introduces young readers to the concept of camouflage—a ty...pe of adaptation that helps animals survive. Children will learn how some animals change color to blend in with their surroundings, how some disguise themselves by matching the shape or texture of their environment, and how others use their coloring to make it hard for predators to see the outlines of their bodies. Examples include well-known animals like zebras, crocodiles, polar bears, and penguins, as well as lesser-known ones like tailor ants, decorator crabs, stick insects, and more! Ideal for supporting the Common Core State Standards, and a natural for fans of the hit PBS Kids show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, this is a great way to introduce beginning readers to science and nonfiction! read more
Bee hummingbirds, ostriches, flycatchers, chickadees, and bald eagles! Dick and Sally find themselves on a bird-watching tour led ...by the Cat in the Hat. After a quick lesson on just exactly what a bird is, they go motoring around the world to observe our fine feathered friends in their natural habitats. Time flies, and soon it's late, but the Cat saves the day by shifting his vehicle into Fine Feather All-Weather Flying Machine mode and winging Dick and Sally back home. read more
The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick for an “umbrella-vator” ride through the understory, canopy, and emergent layers of a trop...ical rain forest, encountering a host of plants, animals, and native peoples along the way. read more
Inspired by a well-loved children's storybook, this game helps children discover their own abilities and encourages self-confidenc...e. Ages 4 yrs. +. read more
Designed by Wonder Forge, the Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat I Can Do That! Game provides young players with a variety of ever-changing ...challenges. Kids flip over three cards, each of which displays one element and all of which must be put together. Players see if they slide under the Trick-a-ma-stick with the toy boat on their head or jump up and down with the cake between their elbows. The Cat in the Hat board game is based on the classic Cat in the Hat Book, with many images and characters that chi read more
The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Nick on an exciting Halloween adventure in this simple, sturdy glitter board book with over 30 ...flaps! Whether it's doing fun arts and crafts projects, brainstorming costume ideas, or picking the perfect pumpkin, the Cat always knows how to make Halloween spook-tacular! Girls and boys ages 0 to 3 can follow the fun through a twisty-turny corn maze, a not-so-haunted house, a pumpkin patch, and more! Based on the 2016 Halloween Special for the hit PBS Kids TV show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, this is the perfect way for little ones to celebrate Halloween! read more
The 20 Things That Are Fun To Do When You're Bored comprises 20 brilliant activities and games for a variety of situations in a ti...n case. read more
This children's story is about three young grandchildren, who reflecting on the gloomy news of climate change, wars, hunger, pover...ty and other global issues, ask their visiting grandfather to comfort them. Grandpa tells them the story of the earth's past, present, and future relationship with humans. The story ends with an optimism that urban and suburban families are not powerless in making a difference, creating a sense of empowerment and hope. The simple solution is a market-based approach that families can do when they shop for food, which directs their dollars toward a better, healthier future with the earth and people. read more
Step into reading with the Cat in the Hat in this leveled reader about animal tails based on an episode of the hit PBS Kids televi...sion show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! While playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey, Sally and Nick get to wondering: What would it be like to have a tail of their own? And how would you pick the best one? Enter the Cat in the Hat. To help the kids choose, he whisks them off to the jungle to see—and try on—a variety of tails that serve different purposes: A monkey's tail that is strong for holding onto branches; a quetzal's tail that is long and colorful for attracting a mate; and a rattlesnake's tail that makes sound as a warning. Written for children who are ready to read independently, this tale about tails is a fun, funny book that introduces kids to basic comparitive anatomy! read more
The Cat in the Hat makes another surprise appearance at Dick and Sally's house only this time he makes his entrance riding atop a ...brachiosaurus! Soon, he's off, along with Dick and Sally, millions of years back in time to see how fossils were created. read more
Gain a wealth of information, inspiration, and know-how on moving your artistic career forward from one of the most successful ill...ustration agents in the industry "I Just Like to Make "Things "is a dazzling, colorful volume of career and personal advice for artists, filled with ideas, playsheets (as opposed to worksheets), case studies, and tools for staying inspired and creative. These pages are grounded in the wisdom and experience gleaned from a long and buzzing career as creative juggernaut Lilla Rogers shares her analysis of leveraging various working styles and ways to keep your art fresh. Artist interviews provide inside details about the best jobs, as well as tips on how to work smart and stay creative. You'll also find annotated case studies of several successful art jobs, in addition to coloring book pages, hand-drawn charts, and lots of crazy fun. Acquire real-life, professional advice from an artist known for setting the trend with "I Just Like to Make "Things" read more
The Can You Find My Love? book series was developed by renowned psychotherapist, Jan Marquart, who began her career working with k...ids and their families in residential centers. As an author, her Love + Learning Instruction Method now helps children retain information through image associations, artistic interactivity, and positive reinforcement. read more
21 Powerful Close-Up Magic Tricks! Card Magic That Will Visually Dazzle Your AudiencesCoin Magic That Will Make Jaws DropTricks WI...th Rubberbands That Will Baffle SpectatorsStep-by-Step Instruction From Multiple Angles for Easy LearningMagic Tricks by Magic Makers read more
This rhymed retelling of the hit PBS Kids holiday special The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! is bound to become a che...rished keepsake. Written in a style reminiscent of Clement Moore's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, the book retells the story from the Cat's Christmas Eve Party through his various mishaps while attempting to return young reindeer Ralph home in time to pull Santa's sled. Along the way, readers are introduced to a herd of elephants with an uncanny ability to smell water; a pod of dolphins who can communicate across far distances; and a single-minded army of Christmas Island crabs—all of whom demonstrate how working together is the best way to solve a problem, and how being home for the holidays is the best place to be. A perfect gift for fans of the hit PBS Kids TV show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!—and an ideal choice for reading aloud—this is a book the whole family can enjoy together! read more
When Penelope sees the poster announcing the upcoming school talent show, she can't wait to plan a spectacular act with her best f...riend, Tiny. Penelope has big ideas: Should they dance the ballet or the hula? Should they perform a scene from a play or be trapeze artists? "Oh, yes, yes!" But "Oh, no, no!" Tiny would rather just sing in the chorus. Finally, by supporting each other, the friends find the perfect way to be part of the show--and bring down the house. read more
Mervin the Sloth is just standing there quietly when giant letters drop onto the page: “Mervin the Sloth is about to do the best t...hing in the world.” But what is the best thing in the world? What is Mervin about to do? It doesn’t take long for all of Mervin’s exuberant animal friends to barge in with their own ideas. Flying! Digging! Gazelling! Wait, gazelling? Is that even a word?If only sloths weren’t so slow! Because maybe it’s something even better. But only Amy the red panda sticks around to see it.This inventive picture book balances zany, pitch-perfect humor with warmth and heart—and irresistibly huggable animal characters. Fans of The Book with No Pictures and The Monster at the End of This Book will delight in the way it plays with form, makes you laugh out loud, and introduces us all to our new, very slow-moving best friend. read more
Prepare your students for life outside the home and classroom! What Do You Say...What Do You Do... In the Community? is an interac...tive, open-ended game that builds social and decision-making skills appropriate for a variety of situations. Children move... read more
It’s Christmas Eve. A mother reads her daughter Mary (10) and son John (8) a bedtime story about Santa Claus having been kidnapped... and being tied up in a cave and wishing two children would set him free by magic. The two children in the bedtime story are Mary's and John's age, living in the same city. Their mother finishes reading the chapter and gets ready for the Christmas party she and her husband are throwing. She tucks her children in and Mother and Father kiss them goodnight. While the party is going on, Mary and John quietly get the book out and want to read more of the story, but the book is blank where the Mother has left off. The rest of the story is rubbed out. It's a magic book. Mary realizes, it wasn't just a made-up story, it's really a story about her and her brother and they're in it. That's why the rest of it went invisible when they tried to read it, because It hasn't happened yet. Join them on their adventure to set Santa free! read more