Words Are CATegorical ®

Updated on 10 January 2020


Grade 2 - Grade 5


The best-selling Words Are CATegorical® series introduces young readers to different types of words through rhyming verse and illustrations of comical cartoon cats. Offering a lighthearted perspective, each title shows readers the fun and entertaining world of language.


Name Size Format
Chips and Cheese and Nana's Knees: Chips and Cheese Quiz 70.5 KB PDF
Feet and Puppies, Thieves and Guppies: Feet and Puppies Quiz 69.3 KB PDF
Madam and Nun and 1001: Madam and Nun Quiz 70.2 KB PDF
Pre- and Re-, Mis- and Dis-: Pre- and Re- Quiz 86.3 KB PDF
Straight and Curvy, Meek and Nervy: Straight and Curvy Quiz 68 KB PDF

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