The Learn With Dr. Seuss books have been specially designed to combine learning with fun. A range of zany characters and hilarious rhymes work together to introduce your child to counting and writing activities, building up the numeracy and literacy skills they’ll need for school. Children can learn to add, count and read, all with the Cat in the Hat.
I Can Add Upside Down
Come and join the Cat in the Hat and have lots of fun with adding numbers! With strange animals and peculiar items to count – and loads of stickers – you’ll soon realise how easy it is to complete simple addition.
I can add in red, I can add in blue, I can add in pickle colour too. I can add in pink, and in purple and brown, and I can add in a circle and upside down!
I Am Not Going To Read Any Words Today
Come and join the Cat in the Hat and have lots of fun with words that rhyme! With simple text and loads of stickers, you’ll soon realise how easy it is to spot words that look and sound the same.
If you can read IT then you can read BIT.
If you can read BIT and IT, then you can read IT BIT.
Oh, The Things You Can Count From 1-10
Come and join the Cat in the Hat and have lots of fun with counting! With numbers to draw and easy-to-follow counting – and loads of stickers – you’ll soon be on your way to counting to 10, and beyond!
Did you ever count stars?
Did you ever count sheep?
Did you ever count sheep taking walks in their sleep?
If you never did, I think that you should.
Counting sheep can be fun, and, and fun is good.
About Dr. Seuss
Theodor Seuss Geisel – better known to his millions of fans as Dr. Seuss – was born the son of a park superintendent in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1904. After studying at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, and later at Oxford University in England, he became a magazine humorist and cartoonist, and an advertising man. He soon turned his many talents to writing children’s books, which included the creation of the one and only ‘The Cat in the Hat’, published in 1957.
Why I love these books
I love The Cat In The Hat and taught my cousins to read from this book, many moons ago. Now with Hannah getting to the age when she can listen and comprehend these books are perfect for her. She already has a great grasp of numbers and shapes and I feel with stickers to keep her active she will soon master these skills. Learning in a fun way is always a good thing.
Jonathan Ball Publishers sent me the Learn With Dr. Seuss books to review. Books I receive from them will be donated to an early learning library at Vergelegen Wine Estate where I have volunteered to read to young children.
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