Making patterns with Dr. Seuss’s hat!

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On March 2nd, we will be celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss.  We have a few ideas planned and a few activity boxes prepared as well.

This is our “Cat in the Hat” activity box. It is simply several laminated Dr. Seuss hats cut from red construction and a set of laminated strips of construction paper…

The children will be invited to place the laminated strips on the cat’s hat any way they wish.

A simple idea to extend the story into our play and a great way to promote a little patterning practice!

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Deborah J Stewart

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