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Do you read “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss?
It’s one of my students’ favorites.
With that in mind, I designed this cute writing prompt.
Be sure and check the PREVIEW for lots of samples.
After reading "Green Eggs and Ham", introduce the lesson with the graphing extension.
Students write their name on the graph as to whether they like or don't like green eggs and ham, then transition to the writing prompt activity.
Keep things simple for younger students, who simply fill in the blanks on their worksheet, then draw pictures of foods that they like and dislike; while older students can expand their writing on a blank worksheet.
To add a bit of pizzazz and craftiness to their writing, students can also make the paper plate craft.
Half of a plate, pops out and appears to balance on their traced hand print, much like Sam balances a tray of green eggs and ham throughout the story.
Students draw the foods that they like and don't like on their plate, differentiating the two, by dividing the plate in half.
They can label their plate or glue on the "thumbs up/thumbs down" icons, or "yum/yuk" emojis, which are included.
Completed projects make an interesting 3D-bulletin board.
I’ve included lime green, polka dot letters, which spell “Hungry For A Good Book?” Simply print, laminate and trim, then hang the caption above your bulletin board or hallway display.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a fun time celebrating Dr. Seuss, as you Read Across America.
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