Splat the Cat (I Can Read Level 1)
Splat and his class go on a field trip to an ice cream factory in this delectable I Can Read book from New York Times bestselling author-artist Rob Scotton. Splat can barely sit still during the bus ride. He's imagining the mountain of ice cream he thinks he'll get to eat! But when Splat gets there, that mountain becomes more of an avalanche. It's up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!Beginning readers will practice the –eam sound in this easy-to-read addition to the Splat series. Splat the Cat: I Scream for Ice Cream is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

Splat the Cat (I Can Read Level 1) Details

TitleSplat the Cat (I Can Read Level 1)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 21st, 2015
PublisherHarperCollins
Rating
GenreChildrens, Picture Books, Fiction, Animals, Food and Drink, Food, Academic, School

Splat the Cat (I Can Read Level 1) Review

  • Melanie (mells_view)
    January 1, 1970
    Easy read for kindergartenerGreat and easy read for a kindergartener. My son enjoyed it and enjoyed the sweet story that was told. It also made him want ice cream, so I guess that’s one small negative.
  • Cam
    January 1, 1970
    My son and I read this together and I felt that this could have been a level 2 book more so than a level 1 as labeled. Level one is geared more towards kids that are coming out of a Jane and Dick book. A lot more complicated words.
  • Edward Sojuwa
    January 1, 1970
    Splat The Cat is baskin' in the Baskin-Robbins in this newest tale! Splatty and the kitty Cat kids of Mrs Wimpydimple's class are on a field trip to an ice cream factory, on a tour led by Professor Jellybean. Of course you couldn't be less like Willy Wonka than Jellybean, who drones on and on with a speech on the ice cream making process. Splat gets bored, leans back and hits a huge button, the BIG RED ONE! Splat!!! goes gallons of ice cream in a huge tidal wave, one a kitty could surf on!! So e Splat The Cat is baskin' in the Baskin-Robbins in this newest tale! Splatty and the kitty Cat kids of Mrs Wimpydimple's class are on a field trip to an ice cream factory, on a tour led by Professor Jellybean. Of course you couldn't be less like Willy Wonka than Jellybean, who drones on and on with a speech on the ice cream making process. Splat gets bored, leans back and hits a huge button, the BIG RED ONE! Splat!!! goes gallons of ice cream in a huge tidal wave, one a kitty could surf on!! So every feline student gets to eat away the big mess and everything is fun...until the beloved Seymour Mouse is missing! Eek! Now they really have to scarf that ice cream just to find him! Will they find him, or is he in heaven...or Heavenly Hash? Splatty still comes thru for fans of his Good Humor (lol) with 31 flavors of whoopass fun!Four starsSplatty and his ice cream dream makes you FELINE GOOD!!!
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  • Keelyn
    January 1, 1970
    Splat the Cat: I Scream for Ice Cream is about when Splat and his class as well as Seymour, the mouse, visit an ice cream factory. They are so excited to go and eat all the ice cream. I mean, who wouldn’t? When they arrive at the factory, they start learning about how ice cream is made but that is boring to them. All of a sudden, Splat accidentally presses the release ice cream button. The ice cream begins pouring out everywhere and all the toppings in a wave. The class cleans everything up, but Splat the Cat: I Scream for Ice Cream is about when Splat and his class as well as Seymour, the mouse, visit an ice cream factory. They are so excited to go and eat all the ice cream. I mean, who wouldn’t? When they arrive at the factory, they start learning about how ice cream is made but that is boring to them. All of a sudden, Splat accidentally presses the release ice cream button. The ice cream begins pouring out everywhere and all the toppings in a wave. The class cleans everything up, but they cannot find Seymour the mouse. They panic and look everywhere, finally finding him eating ice cream. By the end, they are all full of ice cream. I love the Splat the Cat books, they are funny and I enjoy the illustrations. This book is great for kindergarten.
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  • Anomaly
    January 1, 1970
    Adorable & Perfectly Balanced Between Easy and Challenging For Young ReadersAs a child, I loved books like this one: the kind with engaging visuals and simple sentences which introduced a few challenging words I could feel proud of myself for learning with parental assistance (or, sometimes, on my own). I feel like they strike an important balance which aids education and fosters a love for reading.In this particular book, there's a fun story about cats who want to eat a ton of ice cream and rea Adorable & Perfectly Balanced Between Easy and Challenging For Young ReadersAs a child, I loved books like this one: the kind with engaging visuals and simple sentences which introduced a few challenging words I could feel proud of myself for learning with parental assistance (or, sometimes, on my own). I feel like they strike an important balance which aids education and fosters a love for reading.In this particular book, there's a fun story about cats who want to eat a ton of ice cream and realize in an amusing adventure that perhaps they should he careful what they wish for. It's zany and cute and kind of like a cartoon. I definitely would recommend this for youngsters who love reading.
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  • Becky B
    January 1, 1970
    Everyone is excited for the field trip to the ice cream factory. But when the first part of the tour is super boring, Splat accidentally causes a huge mess and everyone must pitch in to help clean up.Splat the Cat readers can be a bit zany because they are a teensy bit more worried about introducing a certain phonics concept than the plot. This one is quite crazy but still manages to have a plot that makes sense. The phonics emphasis is on the long e sound produced by different vowel blends. It' Everyone is excited for the field trip to the ice cream factory. But when the first part of the tour is super boring, Splat accidentally causes a huge mess and everyone must pitch in to help clean up.Splat the Cat readers can be a bit zany because they are a teensy bit more worried about introducing a certain phonics concept than the plot. This one is quite crazy but still manages to have a plot that makes sense. The phonics emphasis is on the long e sound produced by different vowel blends. It'd be best to read this only with ice cream on hand or you may have problems.
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  • Tara Strosnider
    January 1, 1970
    Splat's class is going on a field trip to the ice cream factory. Splat and his classmates think that they are going to eat a mountain of ice cream! But when that mountain turns into an avalanche its up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!I love ice cream and I think kids will love this book because it has ice cream and also funniness because of Splat the cat. This is my first splat the cat book I own I got this from goodwill when my mom got me a bunch of picture books and this was one of Splat's class is going on a field trip to the ice cream factory. Splat and his classmates think that they are going to eat a mountain of ice cream! But when that mountain turns into an avalanche its up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!I love ice cream and I think kids will love this book because it has ice cream and also funniness because of Splat the cat. This is my first splat the cat book I own I got this from goodwill when my mom got me a bunch of picture books and this was one of them. I love splat the cat
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  • Briley Saunders
    January 1, 1970
    Splat the Cat is taking on a new adventure in this transition picture book! He is on his way to get himself some ice cream through this silly book. I have read a splat the cat book before and didn't really care for it but I thought I would give this one a try anyway! I ended up not really caring for it that much but I am sure some kids might still enjoy it. I don;t think I would use this as a big lesson in my class but I could use it when I pull students up to practice reading or pull some sight Splat the Cat is taking on a new adventure in this transition picture book! He is on his way to get himself some ice cream through this silly book. I have read a splat the cat book before and didn't really care for it but I thought I would give this one a try anyway! I ended up not really caring for it that much but I am sure some kids might still enjoy it. I don;t think I would use this as a big lesson in my class but I could use it when I pull students up to practice reading or pull some sight words from it.
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  • Crissy
    January 1, 1970
    I love ice cream so this was a must to see if it will be chosen for the grandkid bookshelf. I do believe it will win a place. Splat and his friends are going on a field trip to visit and ice cream factory. They find that it is pretty boring and lots of learning until someone starts to fall asleep and hits an emergency button by mistake. I am with Splat and his friends at the end when no-one wants any more ice cream after the day they have had.
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  • Cynthia Gutzwiller
    January 1, 1970
    🎵 We All Scream For I've Cream 🎵Splat the 🐱 was happy. The school field trip was to the I🍦 factory. Mr. Jellybean, the Plant Manager, greeted them and asked the class if they wanted a tour. While listening to his speech, Splat leaned against a red button. Alarms blared. What did he do? You get to read/listen to find out!! 📚 Happy Reading 📚
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  • N
    January 1, 1970
    Ben did not want to read this book. I told him that picture books don't take very long and that you should try them before you decide what to do with them. So we read it, he enjoyed it, but then he decided it goes on the garage sale this summer. Fine by me.
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  • Paloma Olascoaga
    January 1, 1970
    Fun readThis is a fun read for beginners. The trip and the tour the cat students take is adventurous. It was a cute way the mouse had some mystery. And too much of something even Ice cream can be excessive.
  • jasmin
    January 1, 1970
    FunThis book is fun. My son and I enjoyed it. Also good for children learning to read, it is nice and entertaining so that it will hold a child's attention. Also it's about ice cream! who doesn't like ice cream?
  • Ying Nie
    January 1, 1970
    To easy To easy I’m 8 so It’s easy for me I can read level 5 and chapter books my mom told me to read because it’s summer break that means I have to keep doing math and reading Ps I like Ice cream that’s why I give It 4 star
  • Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)
    January 1, 1970
    Made for a great story time read, kids in my daycare loved it!!
  • Heather Jo
    January 1, 1970
    megan spring reading 2017, children's book, leveled reader, easy reader, I can read level 1, splat the cat, ice cream, first grade, second grade,
  • Joey Gremillion
    January 1, 1970
    I SCREAM, you SCREAM, we all SCREAM for ICE CREAM.
  • Christine Grant
    January 1, 1970
    Countdown to Kindergarten. Letter I. NC Digital Kids.Splat and his friends head down to to the ice cream factory where hilarity ensues.
  • Kristen Dutkiewicz
    January 1, 1970
    An easy read for young children about some mischief from Splat’s class on a field trip to the ice cream factory.
  • Danette
    January 1, 1970
    2/27/19 Read with Naomi and Julia
  • Louise Sullivan
    January 1, 1970
    The 4 year olds I read this with loved it. It is silly yet engaging. Very good book for beginning readers.
  • Lau Ka Ki
    January 1, 1970
    Interesting my kids love itInteresting, my kid loves itThe illustrations are great tooLook forward to read next books from splat the cat
  • Rachel Smith
    January 1, 1970
    My youngest loves Splat. These are sweet and enjoyable books that are easy to read. What’s not to like? 😁
  • Jessica Vaquero
    January 1, 1970
    LevelThe reading level is more intermediate than beginner. Other than that a nice book with a fun story and illustrations to match.
  • Mama Suzi Moses
    January 1, 1970
    The "I can Read Level 1" books are hit or miss, but this one is a hit. Fun to imagine having too much ice cream!
  • melissa fleurent
    January 1, 1970
    My daughter loved the bookGreat story and easy to read for my 2nd grader , we love this collection of books very much.splat the cat.😃😃😃😃🤗
  • Vanessa Khouri
    January 1, 1970
    Read this with my daughter. She loved it!
  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    What fun is had when Splat and his class go on a field trip to the ice cream factory.
  • Naj
    January 1, 1970
    Quick and cute Cool short bedtime story to play around with some voices. No message for the most part, but a familiar and delicious topic. Nicely put together
  • Ginger Smith
    January 1, 1970
    Splat the cat.I would recommend this book for new readers. It contained simple sentences while also exposing my kid to new words.
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