There are several ways to use the Seuss Hat for number games. Students can put the "How many ways can I show the number ______." hat brim strip, on their hat and then place all of the Popsicle stick equations, that make that number, on their Seuss hat.
Students place them on the hat in such a way that they look like an ABAB striped pattern. Students can show addition and subtraction as pictured, or to expedite things, just addition or subtraction equations.
This is an easy and fun way to whole group assess a variety of concepts. I've included number tiles from 0-120 with a blank sheet for you to program with even higher numbers.
The number tiles can be used in a variety of ways as well. Children can show greater and less than numbers and equations using the > and <, + and minus cards.
Students can also use the Seuss hat to show fact families. The teacher can give the 3 numbers of a fact family, so the students can find the appropriate number tiles and then figure out the equations, or students can play a game and use the spinners I've included, or dice, to get 2 numbers and then figure out the 3rd number of the fact family that they should use. There is a large and small hat recording sheet for this.