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Books : Book Themes > Green Eggs & Ham

Egg Games  added 1-16-02 Original Author Unknown

Have an egg toss or an egg relay. To avoid a big mess use plastic Easter eggs. The green ones of course.


Green Eggs & Ham Treasure Hunt added 2-18-02  
Submitted by: Laurie Nelson

Make a "treasure hunt" map using pictures from the Green Eggs and Ham book.  Copy pictures of the house, the boat, the car, and the box.  Glued the pictures onto a large sheet of construction paper, placing one in the top left corner, one in the middle on the right, one in the middle on the left (a little lower than the second one), and one in the bottom right corner.  Draw a paths from one picture to the next. Then find  real objects to correspond to the pictures ( a dollhouse, toy ride-on car etc.) and placed them around the room.  The children then take the maps and go to each item in order as they find it on the map, starting at the top and moving downward. (You could set it up left to right as well). As they go to each place, they can find green eggs and tell where they found it, follow directions with green eggs, etc.






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