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This product includes a template that can be used to create Lorax hats for students to wear to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America week. You can print the templates on colored paper, or have students color them.You Get:-face, mustache, eyebrows, eyes, nose, and a headband (color a
Up-Dated: 9-17-19 A blank-faced pattern has been added, so that students can draw their own.Do you read “Scarecrow’s Hat” by Ken Brown? My Young Fives really enjoy this story, and it’s my favorite scarecrow-themed book. Because of all the “swapping” going on with the various characters in the stor
Simple and easy craft for students to create after reading the beloved story "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss. I print on card stock for durability and I use a sentence strip to staple it together and fit to student's head. If you like this product check out my Ultimate Dr. Seuss Bundle by clicking
This is an adorable craft that you can help your kiddos create after reading the beloved story "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss. You will need to purchase popsicle sticks and paper plates in order to finish the project. If you like this product check out my Ultimate Dr. Seuss Bundle by clicking the
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PreK - 2nd
Celebrating Dr. Seuss? Enjoy this fun paper bag craft of The Cat in the Hat after reading the beloved story! Easy prep and fun!If you like this product check out my Ultimate Dr. Seuss Bundle by clicking the link below:Ultimate Dr. Seuss BundleCheck out all the "Cat in the Hat" resources in my Ultima
Do you love reading Pumpkin books to your students?! This is a great way to incorporate a fun pumpkin craft and writing into your pumpkin unit. This packet gives you 3 awesome activities to pair with your pumpkin unit.1. Directed Drawing- Teach students to sequence draw a pumpkin scene. One of my fa
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PreK - 2nd
KWANZAA HAT CRAFT (KINARA)Are you looking for fun 'Kwanzaa' activities? You've come to the right place! Kids will love making and wearing this Kinara hat! This resource contains a cute template, both in color and bw. Simply print and go! Children can look at the colored template to color their o
HANUKKAH HAT CRAFT (MENORAH)Are you looking for fun 'Hannukah' activities? You've come to the right place! Kids will love making and wearing this Menorah hat! This resource contains a cute template, both in color and bw. Simply print and go! Children can look at the colored template to color the
Celebrate the end of the year with these unique End of the Year Crowns and Wristbands! Choose between color or black and white!Students can create crowns and wristbands to celebrate!Just Print and Go! Guaranteed fun for all ages!Absolutely perfect for the last day of school activities! ❤️PROMOTION C
Up-Dated: 9-17-19 A blank-faced scarecrow pattern has been added, so students can draw their own.Do you read the book “The Scarecrow’s Hat” by Ken Brown? It’s one of my personal, all-time favorite scarecrow stories. Because of all the “swapping” going on with the various characters in the story, “
Here's a cute headband hat your students can make to celebrate the Grinch. The patterns to make this headband are included.Merry Grinchmas!
Practice place value with this quick, easy and super-fun Cat's Hat, place value mat game. Teacher Comments:“Fun!” “ Great resource to help kids understand place value!"“Very creative. A cute way to review.”"My firsties LOVED making these hats!"Students take turns calling out a 2 or 3-digit number.
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K - 2nd
A writing craft inspired Cat in the Hat. Students will write about a cat who wore a hat and display it on a cute craft. Great activity for Read Across America. Options for both younger and older students.
This quick, easy and super-fun packet, is filled with a variety of interesting activities to help practice the at family of words. Teacher Comments:"Great resources - lots included in pack. Loved the hat in the cat slider.""A nice variety of activities to go along with Dr. Seuss week.""Very fun reso
template/printable pieces to create a Dr. Seuss, "Cat in the Hat" Craft
Spider Hat Cut and Paste This is a Spider Hat craft. It includes all the necessary templates for xeroxing. Just copy onto construction paper! Each download PDF includes: 1. A photograph of the project 2. Directions 3. Patterns that can be copied directly onto colored construction paper and then
This Cat in the Hat Name Craft is great for name writing and name building skills! Students get one strip per letter of their name, then cut and glue their hat together on top of the cat. You can even use this with numbers, sight words, or rhyming words!THIS IS THE CLASS SET EDITION:**This craft is
Flip Flip Hooray! Practice 2D as well as 3D shapes, with these two "Shaping Up With Seuss” and "Flipping Over Shapes” emergent reader flip booklets.Teacher Comments:“Fun for Dr. Seuss week.”“The kids really enjoyed making these books!!”“Love this supplement to my shape unit!”“Super fun!”Students rea
Pete the Cat craft hats 6 Hats + 2 extender bands for each hat to fit around your head For the books- 4 Groovy Buttons - Rocking in my School Shoes - I Love my White Shoes- Cool Car Boogie - Magic Sunglasses- New Guy
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PreK - 2nd
Do you read the book “The Scarecrow’s Hat” by Ken Brown? It’s one of my personal, all-time favorite scarecrow stories. Because of all the “swapping” going on with the various characters in the story, “Scarecrow’s Hat” is perfect for practicing the “sequencing and retelling a story” standards.With
This is a great little project to make after reading the book "The Kissing Hand."So cute for the first day of school. Your students will love wearing this hats home to show their parents how much the liked school.This project includes coloring, cutting and gluing.
Great Dr. Seuss activity. Student can make a Cat in the Hat and then write about beginning, middle, and end of the story. Great for Dr. Seuss day and fun display for your classroom.
Caution: These adorable hats will receive LOTS of compliments! Kids will love these simple to make and fun to wear Alphabet Letter Hats! Easy and quick assembly will have your students showing off the letter of the week everywhere they go in just a few simple steps. These hats have an area to show o
As you study Winter holidays around the world, create hats for Saint Lucia’s Day.  Color, cut, and glue pieces to long strips of paper.  Wrap the strip around the student’s head for sizing, and staple the strip together.  To get the hats to stand up on students’ heads, you might copy the hat materia

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