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Reading about and trying out some green eggs and ham

By Lisa Hayes, First Grade Teacher
Adair County Primary Center


We couldn't let the month of March and Read Across Adair County Week go without making green eggs and ham.

Mrs. Hayes 1st Grade Class had a fun day reading Green Eggs and Ham.

The students first made predictions as to whether they would like green eggs and ham or not and then they watched as Mrs. Hayes cooked the eggs and ham.



Once they at least "tried" the green eggs and ham, like Cat in the Hat did, they looked at their prediction to see if they made a correct one, or if they actually changed their thoughts about it. What a fun day we had!

No matter your age, it's a good morning for eggs, any style, and a fun book. Click here to hear about Sam I am and his campaign for green eggs and ham.


This story was posted on 2019-03-27 07:20:32
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Ellie and Ila examine green eggs and ham



2019-03-27 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Lisa Hayes, First Grade Teacher, ACPC.
ACPC first graders Ellie McGuffin and Ila Loy carefully examine their green eggs and ham before taking a taste. Their class had fun in the Read Across Adair County Week reading the book and then predicting whether they might like or not like the menu items.

No matter your age, it's a good morning for eggs, any style, and a fun book. Click here to hear about Sam I am and his campaign for green eggs and ham.

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Kevin and Daniel sample and report on green eggs and ham



2019-03-27 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Lisa Hayes, First Grade Teacher, ACPC.
Kevin Murphy and Daniel King are part of Lisa Hayes' 1st Grade Class that had fun reading Green Eggs and Ham in the Read Across Adair County Week. The students first made predictions - whether they would like green eggs and ham or not - and then they watched as Mrs. Hayes cooked the eggs and ham. And then came the taste test and results of their survey.

No matter your age, it's a good morning for eggs, any style, and a fun book. Click here to hear about Sam I am and his campaign for green eggs and ham.

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