Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
Lesson plans and other teaching materials
|Lesson Plans for Specific Works|
|Biography and Background||Horton Hears a Who|
|And to Think that I saw it on Mulberry Street||The Lorax|
|Bartholomew and the Oobleck||Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!|
|The Butter Battle Book||One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish|
|The Cat in the Hat||The Sneetches|
|Fox in Socks||Thidwick, the Big-Hearted Moose|
|Green Eggs and Ham||The Zax|
Green Eggs and Ham
Summary and 3 sets of discussion questions based on themes in the book.
How to Make Green Eggs and Ham
The second page of this 2-page document is a writing task that focuses on sequencing. Adobe Reader required.
The first 2 pages in this document are literacy activities that can work with several books. The last 4 pages relate specifically to Green Eggs and Ham and include pre- and post-reading activities, practice with sight words, a classification activity, more. Adobe Reader required.
Crossword puzzle. One page printable; Adobe Reader required.
There's Magic In Green Eggs and Ham
As a part of a unit about Dr. Suess, students learn about sequential order. Student understanding will be aided by the use of hands-on preparation of green eggs and ham, dictation, flannel board, sentence strips, and a living center.