I made this a while ago, but never got around to introducing it to ED. It was a big hit the yesterday. Then DD came over and wanted to play. I had a number of extra eggs and ham without a letter on the reverse side, so they took turns trying to find the letter for their plate. If they got a blank egg or ham it was the other person’s turn.
I don’t remember where I saw this idea, but it obviously goes with the book Green Eggs and Ham. I don’t remember why I chose the letter R–we were probably doing rainbows at that time (as I recall).
Other books-and-activities we did when the kids were little:
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