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Cat In The Hat

23 pages

Practice alphabetical order with this fun Cat in the Hat Seuss craftivity. 

60 pages!

This packet is extremely versatile.  You can do these as a whole group activity, as an independent center, for a bulletin board, for a class-made book (each student contributes a letter) or have each child do all of the letter booklets and keep them in a "portfolio" file folder.

20 pages.

Practice analog & digital time to the hour and half hour with this Seuss-themed packet of games and activities.

10 pages.

Practice number sense with these quick, easy and fun Seuss-hat worksheets. Start with zero or mix them up and do one each day.  Great for home-school connections (homework), early finishers, or a sub folder too. 

2 pages.

Practice a variety of math standards with this quick, easy and fun worksheet.  Teacher can choose a number, give children a choice or have them roll dice to figure out what number they will use to fill out their worksheet. 

9 pages.

Practice 2D, as well as 3D shapes, with these two "Shaping Up With Seuss" & "Flipping Over Shapes" emergent reader flip booklets

40 pages.

Practice reading word family words in a super-fun way, with these Cat in the Hat Word Family Games.  The packet includes 39 word families.

4 pages.

Do you celebrate Seuss during March is Reading Month, or take part in Read Across America? Use these bookmarks as incentives, or just a special little surprise tucked in your students desks or backpacks.  There are 14 different Seuss-themed bookmarks.  Eight of them feature favorite quotes by Dr. Seuss. 

34 pages.

Review all sorts of standards with this quick, easy and fun Seuss-themed Cat in the Hat game.  Print, laminate and trim the "food" cards.  These are mini cards that include upper and lowercase letters, numbers from 0-120, 11 number word cards,  twelve 2D shape cards, twelve 3D shape cards, 35 contraction cards, 20 at family cards, and 11 color word cards. 

4 pages.

Practice rhyming words with Dr. Seuss. You assign a word, or give students a choice.  Children write the word on the brim of their Seuss hat and then think of as many words as they can that rhyme with it.  Students jot their words on a sheet of scratch paper, then write them in aphabetical order on their hat. 

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