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.
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.
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.
Celebrate Seuss with these two Grinch "craftivities". One features two writing prompts. Students think of things that make them grin like the Grinch. They jot these down on the left side. On the right side, they list things that make them "grinchly and grumpy".
Review all sorts of standards with this quick, easy and fun 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, 94 "GR is for Grinch" gr word blend cards, and 11 color word cards.
Are you taking part in Read Across America? Challenge your students to "Read to succeed!" and see who can read the most books during March is Reading Month. This free Seuss-themed reading log can also be used any time.
I found this idea in various print forms on a variety of sites, so I'm not sure where the original idea came from. However, instead of making an 8x10 print to frame, I thought it would be perfect to design some cards, bookmarks and magnets, which children could make in school for various holidays: Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Grandparent's Day.
I know a lot of teachers have a Dr. Seuss theme for their classrooms, so I thought I'd make an activity you can do with your students on the first day of school. Simply run off the template. Students write the things they enjoyed doing the most on each stripe of the cat's hat. Add a first day photo for that finishing touch. There's a hat without the 1st day sentence as well, so you can use this activity during March's celebration of Seuss.
This "craftivity" packet is very versatile. I have templates that you can use at the end of the school year, where students write about the"souper" summer they are looking forward to, or the "souper" year they had, or they can make one for your next year's kiddos explaining why they are going to have a "souper" year in __________ grade.