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by Dr. Seuss
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Ms. Morris' Classroom Library
Ms. Morris' Classroom Library rated it 4 months ago
In Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss, Sam-I-Am tries to convince another Seuss character to eat green eggs and ham. This is a classic Dr. Seuss book that most children love. During Foundations Block, my CT read this book during Dr. Seuss week, and even cooked green eggs in-front of the students. Gu...
Shelby Dunn's Bookshelf
Shelby Dunn's Bookshelf rated it 4 months ago
There is nothing like a Dr. Seuss classic! A fun story that would be excellent in a literary lesson. It could teach rhyme scheme, character development, and sight words. It also teaches children that they should try something before deciding if they do not like it. Lexile: 210 Reading Level: Pr...
Ready Readers
Ready Readers rated it 4 months ago
Sam-I-am is trying to convince you the reader to try green eggs and ham. He takes the readers on an adventure by telling us all the places he would enjoy his food. The leveling system is The Lexile, reading level 210L. Class can participate in a open discussion on where they would take their green e...
mrscstrickland
mrscstrickland rated it 4 months ago
Reading level and Leveling System: Guided Reading: J Lexile Measure: 210L Sam I am is trying to convince another character to try green eggs and ham. This book is great to use with rhyming words. A hands on activity for students would be to use green plastic Easter eggs and write a rhyming words f...
galadriel811
galadriel811 rated it 5 months ago
Sam does not like Green Eggs and Ham. He does not like them here or there. He does not like them anywhere and does not want to try it at all. He is finally convinced to try it, and guess what..... Lexile Measure: 210L I would use this in the classroom when teaching about Rhyme. We would eat gre...
Ms. Mascia's Classroom Library
Ms. Mascia's Classroom Library rated it 5 months ago
Dr. Seuss books are always a favorite and not only with children. The silly rhymes and green colored food bring out our imagination no matter our age. Reading through the story, the children will hear lots of reasons to not like Green Eggs and Ham, but the best part is when the students actually dec...
Ms. Parrish’s Picks
Ms. Parrish’s Picks rated it 5 months ago
Green Eggs and Ham is on a 210L Lexile reading level. This is equivalent to a 2nd grade reading level. Sam-I-Am is determined to convince a friend to try green eggs and ham! Students may have a Green Eggs and Ham egg hunt. Students will find eggs with words written on them from the book, and must f...
Dara Beth's Classroom Library
Dara Beth's Classroom Library rated it 5 months ago
Green Eggs and Ham was published in 1960 by Dr. Seuss. Green Eggs and Ham is about a character named Sam-I-Am. This character is constantly trying to convince the narrator to try the infamous green eggs and ham. He tried his hardest to take him to all sorts of place just to get him to try the food. ...
Miss Wood's Library
Miss Wood's Library rated it 5 months ago
First of all, how could anyone not love a Dr. Seuss book?! This book was written on a DRA reading level of 16, and can be read to audiences of kindergarten to fifth grade. This is a great book for schools that participate in Dr. Seuss week. It can also be used to teach rhyme. This silly story is sur...
Books for Future K-6 Students
Books for Future K-6 Students rated it 9 months ago
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss is a level J according to the Fountas and Pinnell reading level scale. Green Eggs and Ham is a book about a guy named Sam and he is trying to get his "friend" to try green eggs and ham. However, his friend does NOT want to try green eggs and ham, until finally he actu...
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