Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss!
We read the book of the week at least once a day. The Five in a Row curriculum‘s premise is that you should read the same children’s book to your child for five days in a row, all week. We have Before Five in a Row, and are reading through some of the books in there and also picking books according to our season, theme, or interest. Homeschool Creations and Homeschool Share have many printable resources for the Five in a Row series. Other wonderful moms have provided literature-based printables on their sites too. I am taking full advantage.
We read Green Eggs and Ham and John loved it.
Story Lesson of the week: Try all your food; you just might like it! This was an AWESOME lesson and John even tried our homemade chicken soup last night “because the cat did in Sam I Am!”
We ate green eggs :)
There are so many wonderful ideas at obSEUSSed. I especially love the rhyming props: box, fox, mouse, house, train, rain, etc. I will be using these when John is older! More printables can be found from A to Z Teacher Stuff.
We included a base of green rice, the book, some home-made green eggs (white felt with hot-glued on green felted yolks), and all the pieces from Tot School’s vocabulary: pans, whisk, rolling pin, bowls, plates, silverware; basically all the kitchen items that are needed to cook and eat eggs!
A cute breakfast book from TeachersPayTeachers. It cost $1, but I was desperate to find a little egg or breakfast book!
And there is a cute Egg Book in 3dinosaurs Easter Pack.
Fun slow-moving dvd. My son looooooved this! Very well done : )