Back in Kindergarten – a lifetime ago – I remember my classroom changing into shades of green. Since then, March and green have always gone together. Also, reading the book Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.
This is a classic book. The rhyming words and visuals are, or course, great and imaginative. But, the repeating language and sentences, with each page adding a new line, is fun to read. It can get boring, so entertaining teacher reading that ebbs and flows with the character emotions really makes the book stand out.
I highly recommend that teachers get the book Green Eggs and Ham. However, after reading the book, the real fun begins.
As a child, I also remember eating green eggs and ham. When I was little, I remember looking at the green tinted meat and omelette thinking, “That’s what food looks like when it’s sick.” Fortunately, it was just food coloring. Taste remained the same.
If you’re interested in making your own green eggs and ham, here is a recipe I found.
And here’s one that produces some really, really green eggs and ham.
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