I drew these hats a while back to use in my classroom and posted them here at A to Z. They work great for shape books!
How are others using these printables?
I love seeing these printables at work in other classrooms! However, please do not steal my drawings. I have found it necessary to explicitly state this because I have seen them redistributed without permission or credit given to me. If you have any questions about this, please contact me.
- Making patterns with Dr. Seuss’s Hat
- I’ve also been seeing these hats in action on Pinterest! Check these pins for ideas:
Striped Hat Pattern. Printable hat shape with stripes. Wear it by attaching to a sentence strip, or use for shape book, listing words, etc.
Striped Hat Pattern
“at” Word Family Hat. Use this printable hat to list _at words.
Word Family Hat: “at”
Blank printable hat pattern. Decorate it with a unique style, draw in the stripes, use it as a shape book cover, etc.
Blank Hat Pattern
Small Hat Patterns. These hats are striped and blank; sized 2 per page.
Small Hat Patterns
Smaller Hat Patterns. These hats are striped and blank; sized 4 per page.
Smaller Hat Patterns
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