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I Want My Hat Back

I Want My Hat Back

Jon Klassen’s I Want My Hat Back is a perfect book to tell using puppets. This funny story is easily adaptable using your puppet collection. The animals used in the book are:

  • bear
  • fox
  • frog
  • rabbit
  • turtle
  • snake
  • possum
  • deer
  • squirrel

I Want My Hat Back

If you don’t have all those puppets, you can substitute with other forest animals. I used my new forest Outreach bin to hold the puppets while I told the story. I made a red hat, but you can find these party hats at the dollar store if you want a quick, cheap craft! I hot-glued red felt over a cone of posterboard.

Red hatYOU STOLE MY HAT!

I love my hat!

I love my hatFor more hat stories, check out the 2013 Caldecott winner This is Not My Hat and Martin’s Hats.

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  1. Pingback: This is Not My Hat « Thrive After Three

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This entry was posted on January 31, 2013 by in Getting Dressed Storytime, Hats and tagged , .

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