Do you have a cat-theme going? Do your kiddos enjoy Pete the Cat stories? If so, I think you'll like this alpha cat packet. The packet includes separate upper and lowercase letters that are purr-fect for Memory Match and "I Have; Who Has?" games. There's also a set of cards with both the upper and lowercase letter on them. Cut them up to make puzzles, or run off a set for each student. They color, trim, collate and add a cover to make an Itty Bitty booklet.
Here's a cat craftivity that's a great review of all sorts of standards, and is purr-fect for your Pete the Cat theme. There are 4 different cats to choose from. You can run them off on blue construction paper (for a Pete the Cat one) and have students trim, or run them off on white construction paper and have students color their cat.
This packet includes a variety of activities to help review and practice story elements. They have a cat-theme, so they are perfect for Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, and Pete the Cat My Rockin' School Shoes.
Help students sequence and retell the story for Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, with this quick and easy "story slider" craftivity.
To help reinforce colors and color words, play this "spin to win" cool cat color game. Students choose a partner and take turns spinning. Whatever color they land on, they color that sneaker, and then trace and write the matching color word in that color. The first one to complete their bookmark with all of the colors is the winner.
This packet is a fun way to reinforce colors and color words. Use the cards for Memory Match and "I Have; Who Has?" games. Students match the color word card to the matching color shoe card.
9 pages. Common Core State Standard: RL.1.2 Everything you need to review the elements of a story, as well as helping students to sequence and retell it.
20 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K.1d, L.K.1a, L.1.1a You'll find a nice variety of interesting ways to review upper and lowercase letters, including games, worksheets, and assessments.
4 pages. Having a "Cat in the Hat, hat stacking" contest is a great way to motivate students to read.