This super easy craft uses supplies you probably have on hand. With a little time and imagination, you, too, can create a hat befitting a king! Instructions and template can be found at Lakeshore Learning.
Froggy Gets Dressed, by Jonathan London
Rambunctious Froggy hops out into the snow for a winter frolic but is called back by his mother to put on some necessary articles of clothing.
Missing Mittens, by Stuart J. Murphy
As a farmer tries to find the correct number of mittens for his various farmyard animals, the reader is introduced to odd and even numbers.
Mrs. Toggle’s Zipper, by Robin Pulver
When Mrs. Toggle’s zipper sticks and traps her inside her coat, everyone in the school tries to free her but with little success.
Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman, by Francesca Simon
There’s a snowman-building contest in town and the grand prize is a year’s supply of free ice cream! Horrid Henry makes the biggest monster snowman ever; however, he might have to use a few last-minute tricks to win this one.
Do You Have a Hat? by Eileen Spinelli
What do Spanish painter Francisco de Goya, Russian-American composer Igor Stravinsky, South American entertainer Carmen Miranda, African-American cowboy Nat Love, and President Abraham Lincoln have in common? HATS! Unique, distinctive, wonderful hats!