Make practicing counting to 100 fun with this fun, free printable Cat in the Hat Math hundreds chart coloring sheet.
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For decades, Dr. Seuss has maintained his position as one of the best recognized authors and illustrators of children’s books. I grew up with plenty of his classics on my bookshelves. My boys and I now read them together often. The introduction of newer editions has ensured that even the youngest generation is familiar with his crazy characters. One of Dr. Seuss’ best known characters, The Cat In The Hat, inspired today’s colorful math review. Be sure to read to the end to grab your own practice sheet!
Cat in the Hat Math
Dr. Seuss is best known for his lyrical, rhyming text. The Cat In The Hat series is no exception. The original book focuses on the mischievous Cat, enticing a young brother and sister into a silly playtime while their mother is out.
Thing 1 and Thing 2 make appearances as well, adding to the giggles and humor for young readers. There’s not a lot of information presented in the book, but the lively tale is fun to hear over and over again. Dr. Seuss’ classic illustrations are sparse and graphic, with bold shapes in shades of blue and red. The newer editions chronicling the adventures of The Cat in the Hat present more information to the reader.
Oh, The Pets You Can Get incorporates facts like the best way to carry rabbits, or that only male canaries can sing. These editions are more colorful, with far less white space in the illustrations. The newer volumes are a great way to introduce basic ideas about science, etc, in a fun, engaging manner.
The lyrical rhyming continues through the entire collection of Cat in the Hat books, making them perfect for young children. Pre-readers can listen along and supply the rhyming words during read alouds. Older readers will find the rhythm of the text reassuring, especially as they practice reading out loud.
Cat in the Hat Math
Adding color and a bit of mystery with a hidden image can be a great way to encourage young readers to practice basic math skills.
- Free Cat in the Hat Math (See below)
- Colored pencils, crayons, or markers.
- Assemble necessary materials.
- Use the pencils, crayons, or markers to color each box according to the list at the top. When each box is complete, the hidden image will appear!
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