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Cat In The Hat Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers - Easy Kids Trivia

Free easy fun kids trivia questions with answers about the Dr. Seuss Book 'The Cat In The Hat'

 

What is “The Cat in the Hat”
A: It is a children's book.

Who wrote the book?
A: Dr. Seuss.

The story centers on a tall anthropomorphic cat, who wears what?
A: A red and white-striped hat and a red bow tie.

Where does the Cat shows up one rainy?
A: At the house of Sally and her brother the day when their mother is away.

Despite the repeated objections of the children's fish, the Cat shows the children a few of his what?
A: Tricks.

Why does he show them tricks?
A: In an attempt to entertain them.

In the process he and his companions, Thing One and Thing Two, do what?
A: Wreck the house.

The children and the fish become more and more alarmed until the Cat does what?
A: It produces a machine that he uses to clean everything up.

He disappears just before what?
A: The children's mother comes home.

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her brother sit where?
A: In their house staring wistfully out the window.

Who is telling the story?
A: The brother.

What kind of day is it outside?
A: Cold and rainy.

What do they suddenly hear?
A: They hear a loud bump.

Right after the bump what happens?
A: The arrival of the Cat in the Hat.

What does the cat look like?
A: He is a tall cat in a red and white striped hat and he is wearing a red bow tie.

The Cat proposes to entertain the children with some what?
A: Some tricks that he knows.

The children's pet fish refuses, insisting what?
A: The pet fish insists that the Cat should leave.

How does the Cat respond?
A: By balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella.

The game quickly becomes increasingly trickier, as the Cat does what?
A: Balances himself on a ball.

What does he try to do while standing on the ball?
A: He tries to balance lots of household items on his limbs.

What finally happens?
A: He falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding.

The fish admonishes him again, but the Cat in the Hat just does what?
A: He proposes another game.

What does the Cat bring in from outside?
A: A big red box.

What does he then release from the red box?
A: He releases two identical creatures.

What color hair do the creatures have?
A: They have blue hair.

What color are their suits?
A: Red.

What are they called?
A: Thing One and Thing Two.

The Things cause what?
A: They cause more trouble.

What do they fly in the house?
A: They fly kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown.

When does all of this come to an end?
A: When the fish spots the children's mother out the window.

In response, what does Sally's brother do?
A: He catches the Things in a net.

Then what does the Cat do?
A: Apparently ashamed, he stores them back in the big red box.

Where does he take the big red box?
A: He takes it out the front door.

While he takes the box out, what do the fish and children do?
A: The fish and the children survey the mess he has made.

But the Cat soon does what?
A: Returns.

What is the Cat riding when he returns?
A: He is riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house.

The fish and the children are what?
A: Delighted.

The Cat then leaves just before what?
A: Just before their mother arrives.

Where are the fish and the children?
A: They are back where they started at the beginning of the story.

As she steps in, what does the mother ask the children?
A: What they did while she was out.

The children are hesitant and do not what?
A: Answer.

The story ends with what question?
A: "What would you do if your mother asked you?"