Creating green eggs and ham in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on March 3, 2011

in Creative Art, Dr. Seuss Books, Green Eggs and Ham

The children made their own green eggs and ham as a part of their time in creative art…

The teacher supplied the children with a tub of white glue and shave cream mixed together for the egg whites…

The children glued a piece of foam “green ham” on their paper plate…

Then dipped some “egg white” on their paper plate…

I think it is safe to say that serving the “egg white” on the plate was the favorite part of this activity…

Once the children had a good scoop of egg white, they added a green pompom on top for the egg yolk…

Then they added a fork. Some of the children used tape to hold the fork on the plate and others just set the fork in the glue/shave cream mixture which should hold the fork in place once everything dries overnight…

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