Kids love cats! Here is a lesson that invites youngsters to do some research on the critters. They must answer questions such as: "How many different kinds of cats are there?" "Why did Egyptians worship cats?" and, "How far can cats...
Students locate Wisconsin and Belgium on a world map, then read a news article about a cat that stowed away on ship from the U.S. to Europe. In this current events instructional activity, the teacher introduces the article with map and...
Engage your pupils in a plot activity based on the favorite Dr. Seuss book, The Cat in the Hat. There are two pages included here. The first is a list of plot elements and the second is a grid of plot points and other information. Class...
Play a classic game of tic-tac-toc with a Seuss-ical twist. Instead of X's and O's, the game pieces are either hats and cakes or hats and cats. Kids color and cut out their game pieces before sitting down for a game or two.
Answers to this quiz are very well cited, so if your class is studying Halloween, symbols, superstition, world cultures, or cats, it could spark spirited discussion about comparative traditions.
Have your class react to a number of statements about The Cat in the Hat, then read a news article about a special event honoring the birthday of the popular book. The teacher introduces an article with a discussion and vocabulary...
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Everyone should take an interest in the fate of wild cats. A thorough lesson explores the habitat changes of native North American wild cats and asks learners to make connections to human development. They consider the implications of...
Explore the book The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss with your class. They will design a pattern for the cat's hat. They will create color pattern designs with candy and frosting. In the end, they will describe their pattern.
Beginning writers learn how to spell with this basic word worksheet. Learners focus on the word cat, reading the word, tracing the letters of the word, and writing the word on their own. They'll have this one down in no time!
Determine the right mix of cans of cat food. The resource consists of an assessment task to determine the cost to feed two cats for a specific number of days and requires scholars to interpret remainders within a context. The resource...
In this cats and dogs, wild and domestic worksheet, students read two long passages on the history of cats and dogs, then answer questions about picture cards.
Can your class find all the words that crafty cat in the hat wants them to find? Kids circle nine words in this puzzle, all of which are in Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat.
Who knew a cat could do so many things!? In Dr. Seuss's world, a lot can happen, but what can your pupils do? Have them practice some fun motions and sounds by going through the list provided here.
Students listen to the book "Cool Cats Counting" and demonstrate how to count from one through ten in English and Spanish. They count objects in bags, then place the bags in numerical order, and play a memory matching game using images...
What do cats and human DNA have in common? The second lesson of a series focuses on the mapping of mammal genomes. Scholars learn about the structure of DNA as they compare the chromosomes of humans and felines.
Take solace, teens ... cats get acne, too! After making a diagnosis in the previous lessons in the series, learners must now decide on a treatment to complete the sixth installment of this biotechnology unit. The typical treatment for...
First graders listen to the book, So Many Cats, and discuss the number of cats in the story. They demonstrate simple addition problems using cat counters and a work mat in the shape of a house.
In this age of information overload, it is often difficult for young people to know what they think about a topic. The graphic organizer, video, and activities included with this resource show middle schoolers how to use proven facts to...
First graders count and sequence the numbers from one through ten in English and Spanish using the book "Cool Cats Counting." They identify and count the animals in the book, create rhyming words, and construct a counting mobile.
In this geography activity, students identify the feral cats of Australia. They read an excerpt and respond to the three questions that follow. Students also imagine that they are a part of scientific team that has been set up to deal...
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, learners respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Which animal is best for you—a dog or cat? Why? Engage third graders in an opinion writing assessment that prompts them to read facts about both pets, and then write and decide which pet is best for them.
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