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.
Click on the link to pop on over to my blog to pick up this fun FREEBIE: Cat in the Classroom Hat Alphabetizing Packet.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com
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