Transcript: Green Eggs and Ham Green Eggs and Ham By: Hannah Williams A page in the book Green Eggs and Ham is about Sam-I-Am trying to get his friend to eat green eggs and ham, but his friend doesn't like green eggs and ham until he tries them. Hop on Pop Thanks for Watching!!!!!! Dr. Seuss children's books: Dr. Suess has written 44 children's books. I could not, would not, on a boat. I will not, will not, with a goat. I will not eat them in the rain. I will not eat them on a train. Not in the dark! Not in a tree! Not in a car! You let me be! I do not like them in a box. I do not like them with a fox. I will not eat them in a house. I will not eat them with a mouse. I do not like them here or there. I do not like them ANYWHERE! The Foot Book Lesson: One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish The Lorax Everyone needs to try food before they say they don't like it. Some of them are: What's Green Eggs and Ham about? By Dr. Seuss
Transcript: It was No. 4 on Publishers Weekly’s 2001 list of all-time best-selling children’s books “Green Eggs and Ham” uses only 50 different words. Seuss’s editor bet him after “The Cat in the Hat,” which used 225 words, that he couldn’t write a book using fewer. A number of famous chefs have been inspired to create recipes for green eggs and ham, including Martha Stewart, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen. Ingredients 4 slices bread 2 tablespoons butter 4 eggs Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 to 3 drops blue food coloring 1/4 cup (about 8-ounces) minced ham Directions Special Equipment: cookie cutters Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Using the cookie cutters, cut out different shapes in the bread and spread them with butter. Arrange them on a cookie sheet and bake until the bread is toasted, about 3 to 5 minutes. Break the eggs into medium bowl by lightly tapping the egg against the counter. Push gently into the crack with your thumbs and pull the 2 sides of the shell apart. Throw out the shells. Add a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper and 2 to 3 drops of blue food coloring to the eggs to make the desired green color. Whisk the eggs until they are completely mixed together. I collected every Dr. Seuss book and I enjoyed this one the best because of the easy repetitive vocabulary. Interesting Facts Green Eggs & Ham Recipe Arts & Crafts
Transcript: Plot Characters “I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am.” ― Dr. Seuss, Green Eggs and Ham “I will not eat them in a house, i will not eat them with a mouse,i will not eat them in a box i will not eat them with a fox, i will not eat them here of there i will not eat them anywhere, I do not like green eggs and ham i do not like them sam i am” ― Dr. Seuss, Green Eggs and Ham “Try them, try them, and you may! Try them and you may, I say.” ― Dr. Seuss, Green Eggs and Ham Quotes The text was particularly great at expressing its key idea in a very clear, straight forward, and entertaining way. It also served it's purpose with the rhyme scheme, something that the audience of the novel would be able to relate to due to its extreme relationship with nursery rhymes. Green Eggs serves its purpose and is very well written. It isn't surprising that it has been loved widely for many decades. Review! Moral of the story?: Key Ideas Green Eggs & Ham By: Dr. Seuss Always try new things! nameless narrator Sam wanted No Name to try Green Eggs and Ham. Sam went through a great length of things to try to convince No Name. A lot of rhyming took place Read the book for the ending :) http://www.slideshare.net/brian99/green-eggs-and-ham
Transcript: Trying New Things Being Stubborn Sam I Am Green Eggs & Ham The Green Eggs and Ham Anything new in life We must always be open to trying new things because we never know what we will or will not like A Presentation by Joe Sav & Pat Lee We should not argue about things we know nothing about "I will not eat them in a house, i will not eat them with a mouse,i will not eat them in a box i will not eat them with a fox, i will not eat them here of there i will not eat them anywhere, I do not like green eggs and ham i do not like them sam i am" Try new things. Not just in eating—but in life. Being adventurous isn't without risk. Deciding what to try and what not to try can be a challenge. Moral of the Story THANK YOU! The character that proves we all should try new things
Transcript: My two year old self had just heard the best news ever, my mom was going to read me... But before I could read the bedtime story, first I would have to finish my nightly chores. I ran to my ELEMENTS My mom came into the room, starting to read the story to me. "I am Sam, Sam I am. That Sam-I-Am" BRAINSTORM Who's Sam? Starting to... I really enjoyed my mom's mellow voice copy and paste as needed and take advantage of an infinite canvas! Gently knocking me to...
Transcript: Eggs & Ham Place your logo here dd/mm/yyyy Michael Johnson Green Sam I Am That Sam I am That Sam I am I do not like that Sam I am I don't like them Do you like green eggs and ham? Where would you like them? I do not like them, Sam-I-am. I do not like green eggs and ham. Realization Where would you like them? I would not like them here or there or anywhere! Would you like them in a house? or a mouse? Conclusion
Transcript: Dr. Suess's Green Eggs and Ham Green Eggs and Ham was 1 of Dr. Suess's 46 books Green Eggs and Ham was first published on August 12,1960 Dr. Suess's infromation His father and his grandfather were both brewers in Massachusettes. Dr. Suess as a child How Dr. Suess got his start His mother was the key for him to start his rhymes. He said she is the one who is to be credited for both his desire to create rhymes he got famous for and for his ability to make the rhymes. Information about Green Eggs and Ham Those words are a am and anywhere are be boat box car could dark do eat eggs fox goat good green ham here house I if in let like may me mouse not on or rain Sam say see so thank that the them there they train tree try will with would you Dr. Suess was born in 1904 He was born in Springfield, Massachusettes on Howard Street. His mother's name was Henrietta Suess Geisel. When he was a child his mother would chant rhymes to put Theodore Suess Geisel to sleep His real name is Theodor Suess Geisel. The whole book follows the same flow and the same idea of saying would you in green eggs and ham with something or in a place. It only uses fifty distinct words for the whole book.
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