How would you describe the Cat in the Hat? Playful? Naughty? Children have to think about this and more to complete our Cat in the Hat character study worksheet.
Dr Seuss Printables
We've been busy adding to our Dr Seuss printables and you'll find posters, character studies and more for the Cat in the Hat, the Lorax and the Grinch.
Here's a bold and bright Cat in the Hat poster for a classroom display or a lapbook cover. It would also look lovely framed in a child's bedroom.
The Grinch with his 'heart growing three sizes' is an interesting character, changing a lot during the story. Children can use our Grinch character study sheet to think about those changes.
I love this little rhyme from Dr Seuss, which reminds me that there are simple things we can do that are fun! This poster might help remind the children too. "If you never did, you should. These things are fun and fun is good."
These fun Lorax bookmarks are colourful enough to appeal to the children, and they have a great message!
Our Lorax character study worksheet asks children to think about what the Lorax did, to describe them and to think about whether the Lorax would be a good friend.
Here's a fun idea! Print out our Lorax finger puppet, and carefully cut out the circles. Push two fingers through, and away you go!
Finger tracing fun for little kids. Print and laminate if you wish, for durability. Children can trace with their finger or, if laminated, a dry wipe pen.
Colour in the Lorax and write about him - or copy out your favourite bits of the book - underneath. Choose from lines or handwriting lines.
Have some fun with this Lorax writing page - maybe you can copy out your favourite part of the book? Choose from colour or black and white.
Oh the places you'll go!
Who doesn't love this fabulous poem from Dr Seuss? This colourful poster might brighten up a corner of the library, or perhaps the bedroom of an adventurous child...
This bold red stripe scrapbook paper is designed to combine with our seaside scrapbook papers, but of course it could be used for all sorts of themes - the circus and Dr Seuss spring to mind!
What happened in The Cat in the Hat? Did you like the character of the Cat? Children are asked these questions and more on our printable Cat in the Hat book report.
Can the kids make rhyming words using the letters on the brim of the hat with the letters on the stripes? Dr Seuss made great use of three letter CVC words in his rhymes...
For Christmas, Book Week or to celebrate the wonderful Dr Seuss our Hrinch poster will brighten up your classroom or playroom wall.
This worksheet, perfect for Dr Seuss Day, or for Christmas, includes part of one of the most well-known verses from Dr Seuss's wonderful story The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, and asks children what Christmas means for them.
Here is a simple writing activity for younger children, who will enjoy filling in the gaps on the Wanted poster and colouring in the picture of the Grinch!
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is a Christmas tradition in this house. Our printable book report will get children thinking about some of the moral messages behind the story and allow them to share their favourite (and least favourite) things about the book.
Of course everyone needs a Thneed! This fun worksheet asks children to think about how they would advertise a thneed. Kids could draw a picture alone, combine a picture with key words, or write a "newspaper" style ad...
The Lorax is a story with a strong moral message about protecting the environment. Did your children recognise this? Did they enjoy the book? Let them tell you with help from our The Lorax book report.
The Lorax claims to speak for the trees. This worksheet asks children what they would say, if they spoke for the trees. An interesting question!
This is one of my favourite set of lines from Dr Seuss - reminding children that the whole world opens up for those who read.
Mischievous is a good word to describe Thing 1 and Thing 2. Children can choose other words from the chracter traits on our Thing 1 and Thing 2 character study worksheet.
Inspire some creative writing on Earth Day perhaps with our "unless someone like you" story paper? Choose from one of two versions below.