Practice alphabetical order with this fun Cat in the Hat Seuss craftivity.
large cat hat can be used as a game, independent center or whole group
Make an extra set to hang up as a bulletin board or hallway
There are 9 “brim” options for you to choose from.
packet also includes a mini cat hat activity for your students. They
can choose to put their hat on a cat template, a photo of themselves, or
pick a head pattern and draw a face on it.
(There are 9 faceless head
templates they can pick from.) Older students can simply draw their own, but I find that my Y5s do better and are less frustrated with a pattern. Children color, trim and glue their hat
on top. Completed projects make an adorable bulletin board.
I’ve included a worksheet to help students alphabetize, as well as a log for children’s names and times if they want to take the “Speed” game challenge.