3 Green Eggs and Ham Treats: Virtual Book Club for Kids

Welcome to the February edition of the Virtual Book Club for Kids where the featured author is Dr. Suess! Please link up your Suess projects below and find some new activities for old favorites.
 
We like to read Green Eggs and Ham. We could read it here. We could read it there. We could read it anywhere.

We also like treats. A lot. Here are three treats we've enjoyed while reading Green Eggs and Ham: 

Green frosting with a vanilla wafer cookie in the middle

Green tinted vanilla pudding nestled in a cloud of whipped cream 
(You could also reverse the pudding and whipped cream, but my kids love whipped cream.)

Melted white chocolate drizzled on two pretzel sticks and topped with an M&M

And here are 12 more great ideas for Green Eggs and Ham:  


Now it's your turn! What Dr. Suess activities have you done? Please link it up or share it on the Virtual Book Club for Kids facebook page!
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Participating Blogs:

Toddler Approved - Rainy Day Mum - Adventures in Reading with Kids - 3 Dinosaurs - Royal Baloo - The Educators' Spin On It - Inspiration Laboratories - Pleasantest Thing - Edventures with Kids - Two Big Two Little - Playing With Words 365 - Kitchen Counter Chronicles - Outlaw Mom - Mommy and Me Book Club - Crafty Moms Share - No Twiddle Twaddle - The Good Long Road - Ready. Set. Read 2 Me - Reading Confetti - Mama Smiles - Juggling with Kids- Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas - Creekside Learning - Creative Family Fun - The Usual Mayhem - Teach Preschool - PlayDrMom - CraftoArt - Here Come the Girls - Being a Conscious Parent - Smiling like Sunshine - Crayon Freckles - Train Up a Child - Smile Play Learn - Coffee Cups and Crayons - Having Fun at Chelle's House- Love, Play, Learn - Juggling With Kids - Motherhood on a Dime Toddler Approved - Growing Book By Book - This Reading Mama

  Linking to Tuesday Tots
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The Children's Bookshelf 
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11 comments:

  1. We could read this book anywhere, too! Love your treat ideas, especially the chocolate covered pretzels. Yum!

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  2. How cute! I am practicing homeschooling with my daughter and this would be a nice thing to add.

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  3. These look yummy and simple, too. I'm trying to decide if I want to do a book-themed party for my son's upcoming birthday. A green eggs and ham party might be just the thing!

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  4. We love Green Eggs and Ham! We're definitely going to have to give the treats a try. These would be great for St. Pat's too!

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  5. This are such fun, I love the pudding and whip cream idea. Will be adding a link to my Dr. Seuss snack page too. Just shared on the facebook Virtual Book Club Page!

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  6. Such cool treats! We've been reading Green Eggs and Ham the last couple of days so this is perfect!

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  7. I love the Green Eggs and Ham and all the ideas. I pinned them. http://pinterest.com/jmommymom/

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  8. Fun Post! Love the ideas. Thanks for linking it to Tuesday Tots. I'll be featuring it on my site this Tuesday. Have a great day :)

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  9. These are definitely Seussical treats! Thanks for sharing at The Children's Bookshelf.

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  10. THANK YOU!!!! Made the nilla wafer cuppies for today for my son's pre-k:
    http://delish-lishie.blogspot.com/

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  11. Great ideas! They look like so much fun! I've always been a Dr. Suess fan :)

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