The Official Eric Carle Web Site. Submitted by Kate Sitek. When my first grade class read Have You Seen My Cat?
We then made a lost cat poster. Each student listed.
They decorate. these and then we act out the story. I put the masks and copies of the book. Dramatic Play Center. The children love this book because it is very. Submitted by Tracey Rathcke. I teach Kindergarten and when we read Have You Seen My Cat? We learn. everything about that animal so we can include its habitat into our illustrations.
Read the story to the children. Sing the call response song that teaches about the story. Teacher will. sing the question “Have you seen my cat?” Students answer back the. This is not my cat!”3. Prepare the game: Prior to class, make 8 1/2” X 1.
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One. card for each kind of cat mentioned in the story. Put a picture of the cat.
Write the kind of cat on the card (students will learn to read. Be sure and include one card with a cat and her kittens! Play the game: Put students in a circle. Hand out the cards randomly. One student “it” is inside the circle and holds a stuffed.
When. “it” and the teacher sings the word “cat,” “it”. That person turns. This is not my cat!” or “That is my cat!” If. This is not. my cat.” Then in spoken choral style, all the students will read the.
Example: “That is a li- on!” If “it”. Be sure and redistribute the cards. Submitted by Rhonda Langley After reading Have You Seen My Cat? Without opening the bag, turn it upside down and begin. This will give you the ears.
Draw. eyes, a nose and glue construction paper whiskers on it. We invite a guest from the Humane Society.
Then. we have more kittens added to the already 6. We target. the information and discussion age- appropriately of course, but we do emphasize. Children love the story. We also create a “litter pyramid” (like on a poster from Spay. USA). by cutting cat shapes out of magazine pictures and gluing them on a newspaper. Also included is a. This math problem really impresses the children.
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We also have a pet care. Veterinarian’s Association that. What a lot of good can come from one Carle book! Each student chose a piece of. I gave. each student the phrase to glue on: “Have you seen my (blank)?”. The students had to write the word cat in. We bound it together and made.
It was very attractive. I gave each child a tag board outline of a cat’s head. Then they had squares of different colored tissue. Finally we added a triangle.
The. “highlight” was gluing on wiggly eyes!!! My other idea is that you can use the last page to discuss strangers and. One of the children asked who the people in the picture were and. I explained to the children that the book really didn’t.
One of the children piped up. We discussed whether or not the boy should.
We put their picture.