Koko received If You Give a Cat a Cupcake by Laura Numeroff in a gift exchange when I was expecting Fifi. It was one of the kidlets’ favourite stories when they were little and one of the first books they read aloud when they all started reading. Here are some super cute activities to accompany the book. Wish I had found them when this book was so popular with my own children.
MEET CAT from Mouse Cookie books
Find the latest picture books, games, and printable activities featuring Cat, the rambunctious star of If You Give a Give a Cat a Cupcake!
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake Storytime from Homemaking Fun
I started out our storytime by reading my kids If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. Then I let them decorate cupcakes with frostings and toppings. For the toppings I had sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, and gumdrops. I tried to find mini M&M’s but they were sold out at the grocery store by my house. The kids both had fun decorating the cupcakes. I turned around for a minute and when I looked back I noticed that my daughter had spooned more toppings onto the plate then the cupcake. Now we have a bag of mixed toppings. 🙂
Cat And Cupcake Rhyming CVC Words “Craft” from Fairy Tales and Fiction By 2
I made this last year, and my kids really liked “feeding” the cat each time they read one of the words on the cupcake. Just have your students color and cut the cat and the cupcake out…. then they help the cat to read the words on the cupcake and pretend to feed him a bite.
FREEBIE- Build Your Own Cupcake! from Volume Twenty Five
Hello!! Ok… so I have a new freebie to share with everyone, and I hope you and your kiddos/nieces/nephews/grandkids.. etc etc. have tons of fun with this little project. The cutting does take a little bit of time, but if your little ones are anything like mine, they’re excitement will be well worth it.
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake Story Sequencing Cards from Homeschool Preschool
Story sequencing activities are perfect for helping kids retell stories, pick out the important parts of the story, and practice ordering events within a story. These are all important tools when it comes to reading comprehension.
Cause and Effect Cupcakes from Teach Love Laugh on Teachers Pay Teachers
This exciting mini lesson on Cause and Effect engages students in discovering how to relate cause and effect relationships. This lesson is based on the much loved “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake” picture book. This freebie includes a two-sided response sheet and a follow up matching activity that can be used during centers to help solidify this skill. Enjoy!
If You Give Me a Cupcake – FREEBIE from Lee Hall on Teachers Pay Teachers
A craftivity to accompany the book If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. It includes a writing page and a simple art project. Enjoy!
Activities for Laura Numeroff’s “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake” from Jamie Carey on Teachers Pay Teachers
I made this product to accompany Laura Numeroff’s book “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake.” You will find a handful of fun activities to accompany this fun book! It’s nothing complex, just some simple, easy to use freebies should you be looking for a way to extend the book a little bit.
*2 color word sheets (1 traceable)
*1 Kindergarten traceable writing prompt
*1 First Grade blank writing prompt
*1 rhyming sheet
*1 “find and color” sight word sheet (use a magnifying glass)
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake… from Teacher Treasures 2 on Teachers Pay Teachers
Quick prediction / writing activity to complete with your class for the story, If you give a cat a cupcake…
If You Give a Cat A Cupcake Comprehension Game from Kathryn Ferrie on Teachers Pay Teachers
This game is designed to be played after students have either read If You Give a Cat a Cupcake by Laura Numeroff or listen to using the QR code provided in the package.
The game cards and questions can be printed off and then used with the gameboard. Included:
* 36 cupcake cards & questions
* 1 game board
* 1 QR code that reads the story