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Buy this book Find a fun activities and vocabulary lessons and puzzles to go with your "Green Eggs and Ham". Below you will find lesson ideas, an eating adventure, vocabulary, some puzzles and more to make this Dr.
Seuss classic more exciting! Your creativity can help other teachers! Submit your Green Eggs and Ham Activities. Don't forget to include the worksheets you use or a photo. This indicates resources located on The Teacher's Corner. Download and print the sequence cards these cards are written from Sam's point of view.
Students can work individually, with a partner, in a small group, or even as a class to sequence Sam's green eggs and ham adventure. There are 4 pages to this PDF activity, right-click to save the document to your computer.
Prepositional Phrases Grades Intermediate This particular book is full of prepositional phrases and what better way to work on parts of speech then with Dr. You can choose to either discuss the concept of a preposition before, during or after you read the book.
Whichever way you choose, have your students work through the book to discover the phrases and have them record the phrases on a chart.
If you would like, you can also have students illustrate the phrase. Feel free to download and print the page we have created. Writing Your Own Eating Adventure Grades Various To kick off this activity, ask students why they think Sam was so stubborn about not eating green eggs and ham.
After some discussion, ask them to think of a food that they used to not like. Using the planner sheetstudents will plan and then write their own "eating adventure" story.
Encourage them to think of fun and creative places and situations to include in their story. You can even pull in some social studies curriculum by focusing on a particular city, state, region, or country. Click to download, then print and use them in a variety of ways.
We also have the same vocab words in a list that you can copy-n-paste if you don't want the cards.
Here are a few ideas: Provide a collection of the words and have students write their own story or poem. Match the rhyming words Sort by nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc. Sort by long vowel sounds Sort by short vowel sounds Sort by the base word — what has been added or what can be added to them -ing,- ed, etc.Dr Seuss Game Dr Seuss Week Dr Suess Bingo Games Free Dr Seuss Birthday Game Boards Dr Seuss Free Printables Dr Seuss Activities Camping Activities Forward Free Dr.
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