Make Green Eggs and Ham With Your Preschooler to Celebrate Dr. Seuss

Oh, the memories! My boys and I made green eggs and ham every Saturday for breakfast when they were preschoolers. It became our little tradition. It was so simple to do and they loved it. Then we read Green Eggs and Ham or another favorite by Dr. Seuss. The Lorax and Yertle the Turtle were frequent requests. When I taught kindergarten and pre-k, I made this recipe with my class every March 2 to celebrate the author's birthday. Here's how to do it:

1. Gather what you need: eggs, ham, and green food coloring (if you want a healthier choice, use spinach puree instead).

2. Stir eggs and green food coloring in a bowl.

3. Spray hot skillet with cooking spray. Add eggs and scramble.

4. Warm the ham on the hot skillet.

5. Dig in! Don't forget to read a Dr. Seuss book when you're done eating!

This Dr. Seuss collection makes an outstanding gift for birthdays, baby showers, and Christmas. It includes Green Eggs and HamThe Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Hop on Pop, and Fox in Socks.

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