The Cat in the Hat Breakfast Hash Browns

Calling all Dr. Seuss fans!  Have you ever made green eggs and ham?  Today, I’ve got a yummy Cat in the Hat side to serve alongside those eggs for your next book themed breakfast.

The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Suess is this month’s Virtual Book Club for Kids.  It is perfect timing because March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and National Read Across America Day.

Make Cat in the Hat Hash Browns to go alongside green eggs and hame for a Dr. Seuss themed breakfast. A perfect start to National Read Across America Day.

If you are new to Virtual Book Club for Kids here is a little background.  The Educators’ Spin On It, Toddler Approved and Rainy Day Mum have put together a wonderful line-up of great books to explore.  Talented bloggers share activities to compliment the books.  You are invited to try out as many of the ideas that you feel would be a good fit for your kids.

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The Book:  The Cat in the Hat

Seuss books are full of rhyme and silliness and The Cat in the Hat is a classic.  Two young children sit at the window wondering what to do since the rain is falling outside. Then, the Cat in the Hat arrives and the day gets a little more exciting especially when Thing 1 and Thing 2 are unboxed!

The Cat in the Hat Hash Browns

Let the kids help to make this easy side dish for breakfast.

ingredients for cat in the hat hash browns

Ingredients: frozen hash browns, shredded mozzarella cheese, and chopped red sweet pepper

1.Cook the hash browns according to package directions.

add cheese to hashbrowns for Dr. Suess breakfast2. Sprinkle the cheese on top of the hash browns.

add red pepper to breakfast3. Add three rows of red peppers.Place in a frying pan on medium heat.  Cover and allow the cheese to melt for a few minutes.

4. Place in a frying pan on medium heat.  Cover and allow the cheese to melt for a few minutes.

A yummy Dr. Seuss breakfast with green eggs and ham and cat in the hat hash browns

5. Serve with green eggs and ham.  We prefer to skip the artificial colors so we made ours green by adding chopped spinach.

Enjoy a yummy Dr. Seuss breakfast while reading some of his books.  Below are our favorites.  Then, try one of these Dr. Seuss literacy activities.


Now it’s time to see more great activities that compliment The Cat in the Hat book.  But, before you leave to see all the goodies… Have you signed up for our FREE newsletter?  Each week you get lots of literacy goodies delivered to your inbox.  Take a second and sign-upHERE.

Ok, now go off and explore!

virtual book club hosts

Build the Hat activity by I Can Teach My Child

Cat in the hat number lines and sequences by Rainy Day Mum

Cat In The Hat Fine Motor Hats by The Pleasantest Thing

Cat in the Hat Themed: Gross Motor Activity by 3 Dinosaurs

Cat in the Hat Shape Activity by Mom Inspired Life
Cat in the Hat Center of Gravity Preschool Science by Preschool Powol Packets
Sweeping Colors Sorting Activity by Inspiration Laboratories
Cat in the Hat Science by Toddler Approved

PIN FOR OTHERS TO FIND AND ENJOY!

Create The Cat in the Hat Hash Browns to compliment your green eggs and ham recipe. Then do some themed Dr. Seuss literacy ideas for National Read Across America Day on March 2nd.

About Jodie Rodriguez

Jodie Rodriguez is a mom of two young boys and an early childhood/elementary educator with over 18 years of experience. Jodie's passion is helping parents, teachers, librarians and anyone else interested in nurturing our youngest readers.

Comments

  1. How creative! This is a perfect Dr. Seuss breakfast!

  2. Such a cute idea! Love it!

  3. Ohhh these look and sound delicious and fantastic for the kids to make as well.

  4. My kids would think this is so cool!

  5. So cool! Such a great idea. Reading is so important for kids, and anyway to make it more fun is a win!

  6. Super cute idea!

  7. I love it!
    We love to celebrate Dr. Seuss in March. And this breakfast looks yummy and fun.

  8. My son just saw this and asked to make it!

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