I think students find it more fun to review report card standards if you give them a new twist by adding them to a theme day.
Slap on a bit of Cat in the Hat clip art and you have a new Memory Match game that will have your little ones wanting to review upper and lowercase letters one more time.
Print them off on two different colors so the game is easier to play. I’ve also made cards for skip counting by 2’s, 3’s, 5’s, and 10’s and counting by 1’s for little ones.
Click on the link to view/download the Dr. Seuss number and letter cards. Play the Cat in the Hat spinner game and continue to review skip counting.
Decide which group of numbers you want students to work on. Run off the Cat in the Hat sheets and pass out some red markers. Students play in groups of 2 to 4, taking turns spinning the paperclip.
Whatever number they land on they trace and then write the number on their hat. They do not have to do it in any particular order.
If they spin a number they’ve already traced, they lose their turn. The person who fills in their entire hat, or the one with the most stripes colored in by the time the timer rings, is the winner.
Seuss Time is played the same way, only with digital time to the hour. I have also included digital time cards so students can make Itty Bitty time booklets as well.
Click on the link to view/download Dr. Seuss Time & Counting Games
I hope these ideas add some fun to your Dr. Seuss or Cat in the Hat Day celebrations. Scroll down for lots more Dr. Seuss ideas and activities, booklets, bookmarks, centers, art activities and more!
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