Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code

The Cat in the Hat - Community Reviews back

by Dr. Seuss
sort by language
Shelby Dunn's Bookshelf
Shelby Dunn's Bookshelf rated it 2 years ago
There is nothing like a Dr. Seuss classic!! Espicaillyone that can be incorporated into so many different lessons in a classroom. It's perfect for first-time readers and Dr. Seuss fanatics alike. These books are timeless and will always be a staple in my childhood and I hope to share them with my fu...
mrscstrickland rated it 2 years ago
Reading level and Leveling System: Guided Reading: J Lexile Measure: 260L Dick and Sally are stuck in the house with nothing to do on a could and wet day. Until a giant cat in a hat shows up, transforming the day into an adventure and almost wrecking the house in the process. A STEM activity to us...
Miss Wood's Library
Miss Wood's Library rated it 2 years ago
This book is another Dr. Seuss classic. This is a silly book about a cat that does tons of wacky things. This book is sure to have your students giggling. I would use this book during Dr. Seuss week and have students write a paragraph about what they would do if the cat in the hat came to their hous...
Ms. Parrish’s Picks
Ms. Parrish’s Picks rated it 2 years ago
The Cat in the Hat is on a 430L Lexile reading level. This is equivalent to a 1st grade reading level. In this story, Dick and Sally are stuck inside with nothing to do, on a cold and rainy day. Suddenly, the Cat in the Hat shows up, and completely turns around their day! 1st graders will enjoy crea...
Kaytee Keefe
Kaytee Keefe rated it 4 years ago
When Sally and her brother are left bored inside on a rainy day, the Cat in the Hat appears to cheer them up. The cat, however, only makes the house a disaster with the help of thing 1 and thing 2, and they ruin the mom’s dress. Minutes before the mom gets home, the cat is able to come in with a mac...
Thender4 rated it 4 years ago
One wet, rainy day while mother is out, a boy and a girl sit dejectedly in their chairs, watching the rain beat against the window. They're bored. Suddenly, in bursts a large cat in a tall striped hat, ready to play — and not just ordinary games, oh no! This cat likes to create mischief and mayhem, ...
aminor2 rated it 4 years ago
The Cat In The Hat is a classic book for elementary school students. I think that this book would be excellent in lower grades that are learning rhyming and repetition such as kindergarten or 1st grade. When connecting words that sound alike, children can use this book as a resource.
lkimble rated it 5 years ago
Dr. Seuss has a series of fun filled books for children. Cat in the Hat is one of his popular ones. This is a great rhyming text that is about two young children that are left at home while their mother goes out for a bit. The little girl and boy are stuck inside because it is too wet and cold to go...
Say What?
Say What? rated it 5 years ago
The Cat in The Hat is a classic. This text is so versatile it can be used in many aspects of the classroom. I have found that a great way to use it is to have students compare and contrast this story and The Cat in the Hat Comes Back. This activity is great for any grade. Also having students write ...
rkelly1 rated it 5 years ago
The Cat In The Hat is a wonderful story about two siblings who are home alone on a rainy day with nothing to do. The Cat in the Hat arrives at their home and shows the children how to have fun, mostly by making a complete mess of their home in the process! Not to worry, the Cat cleans it all up befo...
Need help?