"AT Word" Writing and Guessing My Age...

We painted hats for "Dr. Seuss Week" and I was trying to find a way to use them for writing.  Last year, I used them in math (it didn't works so well), so I thought I would switch it to language arts.  We decided to write sentences on them!  Take a look...

After reading "The Cat in the Hat" we wrote words on the board that rhymed with "at."

The students used that list to write three sentences using those words.  They wrote them in every other stripe on the hat, and we painted the stripes without sentences.



Today is also my birthday...the kids got to try and guess my age!  Lets just say I am somewhere between Tyson and Elle! ;)




  1. You mean you aren't 88!? LOL! Did the closest person win a prize!? I LOVE your cat in the hat hats!

  2. Love the Cat Hats! It is so funny how kids do not have a concept of our age. :)
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  3. HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!! I love how all over the board your kids guesses are. . . I'm going to have to try that with my kids just for fun. I hope you have a great day.

    ✰ Stacy

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  4. You look great for a gal in her 80s!! ;) Happy Birthday, miss!! Love your hats!
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  5. Love this idea! Adding writing to art projects is so important...it helps me feel okay about keeping that art in! The little ones need it and so do we! :)

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