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My students absolutely LOVE making these Seuss-hat “flip the flap” booklets. I enjoy the versatility.
Happy Seuss Celebration Sale.
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 as a “letter a week” activity, and keep them in their ”portfolio" file folder.
Students trace and write the upper and lowercase letters, as well as the words that begin with that letter.
They read the sentence and add end punctuation.
I have used almost all of the words from the Pre-Primer, Kindergarten and 1st Grade Dolch word lists, plus many of the Dolch nouns!
Children color the pictures, then trim and glue the "brim pages" to the bottom of their hat.
There are covers for the class book, as well as the file folder.
I’ve also included a mini, set of letter cards that you can toss into a Seuss hat. Children choose one, and that’s the letter they will contribute to the class book.
When everyone is done, read each booklet as a whole group to cover concepts of print.
The packet also includes upper & lowercase letter assessments, plus "trace and write" upper and lowercase letter worksheets.
A "Hats Off To Wonderful Work!" poster is also included.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy some Seuss silliness and fun, making a “flip the flap” letter booklet.