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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Dr. Seuss Yummy Fun with Green Eggs & Ham!

Book:


Movie:
The Original Green Eggs and Ham Animated Television Classic DVD

Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast:
It looks a bit yucky but I promise they are good! :) To whip these up just add a touch of food coloring to your eggs and ham! I even spead a bit on our whipped butter! The girls were hesitant but after they gave it a try they realized it tasted the same as our usual scrambled egg breakfast & ate it up without any problem.

If you would prefer not to use food coloring (I really barely used a drop and it worked enough to add color) you can use green foods like spinach.


Green Eggs & Ham Dessert:
These yummy green eggs are made using lime sherbert and whipped cream! YUMMY!



Activities:
No time for what I wanted to do as we spent the entire day out on saturday but here are some ideas I compiled from around the web that I had wanted to try:

Sam I Am Coloring page from http://www.earlymoments.com/
Sam I Am coloring sheet from http://www.seussville.com/
Green Eggs & Ham Tic-Tac-Toe also from http://www.seussville.com/
Upper/Lower Case Letter Egg Matching Game from http://www.makinglearningfun.com/
Beginning Sound/Letter Matching Game from http://www.makinglearningfun.com/

I hope you've enjoyed our Seuss Week Activities. Next week we are focusing on B is for Bear as we explore Panda Bears, Polar Bears, Brown Bears and of course Teddy Bears! :) I hope you'll stop by and join us in some of the "Beary" Good Fun!

Bern


10 comments:

  1. Hello, new follower from Say Hi Sunday hop...have a great week! Sue
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  3. Green is just not a very appealling colour for food is it?
    Maybe it comes from when our mums told us to 'eat your greens'. :)

    carol

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  4. I love your Green Eggs and Ham sherbet...so cute and easy! I'm sure that Adaline would've loved that :) But between Daddy and Grandma anymore she's getting way more sugar than I'd like as it is. Maybe next year!

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  5. I love the green eggs made from sherbet! ha ha... how fun!

    Thanks so much for linking up to For the Kids Fridays at sunscholars.blogspot.com. I hope to have you join us again this Friday!

    :)rachel

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  6. Hi there!!

    Thanks so much for popping by my blog and leaving your kind comment...on the Green Eggs and Ham post. You do get up to lots of fun over here!!

    Take care,
    Georgia

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  7. I love Dr.Seuss books and so do my girls. They always want me to read the books at bedtime. If they were to see this, who knows what they would do! I actually just read them Green Eggs and Ham the other night.

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  8. I cooked green eggs and ham for the kinder kids in an electric skillet and they were good in butter. A few kids didn't want any due to the strange color but I know they all would have loved the sherbert and ice cream! The next batch of chickens we order will lay the greenish blue eggs (Araucana) although the insides won't be green (let's hope not). I love Dr. Seuss books and all your great learning ideas! Rhyming is so good for math and reading.

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  9. My favorite memory from preschool is green eggs and ham day! We had it for lunch, I thought it was great! Because of this great memory it is still my favorite dr. Seuss book! Loving your ideas! So fun!

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  10. My favorite memory from preschool is green eggs and ham day! We had it for lunch, I thought it was great! Because of this great memory it is still my favorite dr. Seuss book! Loving your ideas! So fun!

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