This popular book by Helen Cooper can be used in many different areas of the curriculum. Try our suggested teaching ideas and classroom activities with your children!
If you are using The Cat in the Hat Comes Back by Dr. Seuss with your children, check out our collection of cross-curricular ideas to inspire you.
Use Judy Schachner’s tale of the fearless Skippyjon Jones with your class. We have a long list of teaching ideas and activities for you to try!
Looking for ideas to use in class? We have a long list of teaching and learning activities to linked to The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss for you to explore!
We’ve collected some great ideas and activities to use with Amazing Mr Zooty! by Emma Chichester Clark. Have a look!
Looking for activities for Rollo and Ruff and the Little Fluffy Bird by Mick Inkpen? Look at our long list of ideas for inspiration!
We have lots of ideas for activities linked to Michael Foreman’s lovely book about a Cat and a Goldfish who are Friends. Take a look!
Long ago, in a faraway land, a cat lived in a barn. Of course, he had to share it with all the other animals: cows and chickens and-mice! Then, one wintry night, the door flew open and in came a man and a woman on a donkey…
Use Sue Hendra’s hilarious book Dave as a starting point for learning. Have a look at our teaching ideas and activities for inspiration!
Use Helen Cooper’s popular book A Pipkin of Pepper with the children in your classroom. Try some of our cross-curricular teaching ideas and learning activities!