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Enjoy this easy to use opinion writing template with your students during Read Across America Week. There are several options meant to be used to differentiate instruction for your students. Please let me know if you have any questions or need anything from me!
The perfect way to use a powerful anchor text and work on writing simple opinion pieces that have students state an opinion and back up with a 'because' statement. This is designed to be a one week writing unit using the classic book “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss as the anchor text. The teac
K - 1st
This writing template was made for an activity to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. I read the book Green Eggs and Ham to my class while they enjoyed a fun snack (green vanilla pudding and vanilla wafers). After reading the book, we discussed how we could persuade someone into trying green eggs and ham
1st - 3rd
Students will decide a food that they DO like. They will write the sentence "I like ____" and then illustrate their picture.
Opinion Writing: Would you eat green eggs and ham?
PreK - K
This flipchart was made to celebrate the author's birthday. It has several pages of finding a rhyme for words used in this book, matching contractions, opinion writing and missing addend. The opinion writing fits Common Core requirements for opinion writing. The missing addend worksheet at the en
Cook up some Dr. Seuss-inspired writing with this activity that gets those creative juices flowing! To make student booklets, copy a class supply of the first three pages. Read the writing prompts and directions together, then invite students to respond with their own creative writing and illustrati
Could you eat them with a fox?? Have you students write about their opinion of green eggs and ham and then illustrate!
What better way to get your students interested in opinion writing, than to have them write about whether or not they like green eggs and ham? This graphic organizer will help them organize their thoughts before they begin their rough drafts.
This Dr. Seuss bundle is perfect for an opinion writing unit or Read Across America Week. The books children can write their opinions on are...- The Lorax- Cat In The Hat (x2)- One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish - Green Eggs and Ham This set includes a poster with the following to put on your bull
This is a fun writing activity that my kids love to do every year to go along with our Dr. Seuss book study. Students can choose from a variety of templates to write their opinions about the various Dr. Seuss books that you have read. The writing templates have 4 differentiated versions for variou
I made this packet to work on writing opinion pieces. The templates are inspired on Dr. Seuss books. The resources in this packet are designed to meet Common Core Standards. You can use these templates as part as your mini-lessons and in your literacy centers. I made this packet considering the D
This is the ultimate Dr. Seuss bundle!! It has activities for The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Horton Hears a Who, and Green Eggs and Ham. Each pack has a retell craftivity and other writing opportunities. Easy word searches are so much fun! Math with your student's favorite characters! Included
Dr. Seuss Opinion Writing Bundle Celebrate Dr. Seuss all week long by using these fun writing prompts after reading Dr. Seuss books! Writing prompts are included to go along with the following books: Wacky Wednesday One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Fox in Socks Green Eggs and Ham
Students will write their opinion on their favorite book from the list of: I Wish I had Duck Feet The Cat in the Hat The Cat in the Hat Comes Back Green Eggs and Ham The Lorax Oh! All The Places Well Go Students will write up characters, setting, problem, and solution for any of the books list
This product provides full day sub plans and activities for 1st grade based on the book, Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. This product includes the following activities: Comparing Two-Digit Numbers Identifying two-digit numbers represented using base-10 Word problem practice Practice with story elem
This packet goes along with the book Green Eggs and Ham. Retell using an activity that creates a craftivity of a plate with green eggs and ham. Students love persuading others if Sam should share or not. Data collection and graphing is fun when were talking about green eggs!Included in Packet:Persu
Students can have fun writing a persuasive piece on the taste of green eggs and ham. On the last page, I’ve included lists of synonyms for “Yucky” and “Yummy” for students to use in their writing. Included: Four square graphic organizer Lined paper with space for illustration Lined writing paper L
Use this worksheet with any persuasive text to find the language associated with persuasive writing that the author has used. Great books could include "Don't let the pigeon Drive the bus" , Green eggs and ham", "I wanna Iguana" and many more
This resource provides 8 different activities that students can choose from after reading the beloved "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss. The activities that this product includes are: *Creating a New Character*Writing a Letter*Creating a New Ending*Replacing the Food*Designing a New Book Cover*Writi
This writing resource includes 6 no prep activties. There are 3 opinion writing, 2 information writing and 1 narrative writing activity that can be done as a response to The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.. CLICK HERE to view my best deal
Dr. Seuss writing activity can be used for Dr. Seuss week! Cute to put in the hallway, and a good resource for opinion writing.
Dr. Seuss writing activity can be used for Dr. Seuss week! Cute to put in the hallway, and a good resource for opinion writing.
Engage your students and practice core ELA skills with these engaging, relevant tasks! What is an Essential? Essentials are short activities linked to basic reading, writing or language skills. In these activities, students practice these basic skills in authentic situations that feature topics the

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