One of our favorite Dr. Seuss books is Green Eggs and Ham!
Here are some of my favorite Green Eggs and Ham Themed activities and crafts found around the web!
What a fun book! The repetition, rhyming, word play, and moral of the story about trying new things is awesome! I actually have this book memorized because I have read it so many times at bedtime! So why not extend the story during the day with fun, creative activities.
Green Eggs and Ham Sensory Tub from Wildflower Ramblings
Doesn’t this make you want to just dig in and mix and stir? I know some adults make green eggs for their children, but these pretend eggs are even better because they allow for endless creative play.
DIY Story Cards and Green Eggs and Ham Video from The Activity Mom
This is an easy idea to make your own DIY story cards to invite your child to retell the story or to sequence the story using the cards.
Green Eggs and Ham Taste Testing (Lesson on Judging) from Finding the Teachable Moments
What a powerful visual example of why judging things, situations, or people from the outside can be a mistake.
Green Egg Word Family Spinners and Relay Idea from Coffee Cups and Crayons
I love the idea of picking up these plastic eggs after Easter on sale and then using them to practice word families!
Green Eggs and Ham Bath Time Fun from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tail
Craft foam sticks on the side of the bathtub with water so this Green Eggs and Ham themed bath time fun is perfect for creativity and story telling with water!
Printable Green Eggs and Ham Rhyming Game from obSEUSSed
You can use this free printable for matching, memory, rhyming fun, and more!
Green Eggs and Ham Tic Tac Toe from Early Moments
This would make a great busy bag activity, a fun party game, or fun to play after reading the story.
Printable Green Eggs and Ham Letter Matching from Making Learning Fun
This is a fun extension activity to practice letter sounds and matching. It is super cute printed on colored paper!
Roll and Color Green Eggs and Ham Printable from Rowdy in First Grade
I LOVE dice games! I think they are so important in developing number sense. Why not use this roll and color dice game as an extension of a great book!