Parenting Lessons From Green Eggs And Ham On Netflix

Sam I Am on Netflix Green Eggs And Ham

Green Eggs And Ham debuted on Netflix last week and we couldn’t wait to see it this weekend. The kids were the ones who pointed it out. As long-time Dr. Seuss fans, we were excited to give the new hit series a try.

With Michael Douglas as the main character, you can feel the grumpy personality in his voice.

Life Lessons From Green Eggs And Ham On Netflix

While we watched the two, Guy and Sam I Am, overcome unforeseen obstacles in the first season, it was interesting to note how their friendship begins to unravel.

Most mom friendships for introverts like myself always feel as though you need to put in more work than you’d like to. Oftentimes it feels as if you don’t need someone in your life.

Sometimes seeking help from others can be a blessing. Green Eggs And Ham on Netflix teaches you this and makes it a point to show how opening up to others can help you get through life a lot easier.

Green Eggs and Ham on Netflix has some life lessons for all. Tune in this month to find out what they are.

Focusing on your goals is another lesson you can learn from the Netflix Original Series. At times, being a parent can be overwhelming. However, if you focus on the essentials throughout the day, then you will be able to accomplish more.

The show also teaches you to ask questions, and never take anything for face value. Sometimes the things you swore were black and white are really tri-color.

While watching the show, we noticed something about Guy. Although he didn’t like Sam I Am sticking around, you notice he begins to care for the little fellow. Being compassionate about others’ emotions is important. You never know how your actions/words can impact them.

One of my favorite lessons from the story is how determined Sam I Am is to getting Guy to like the green eggs and ham. Throughout the story, he continues to search for ways to get Guy to try the dish.

As the story goes, Guy eventually gives green eggs and ham a taste and agrees that he would eat a plate of it anywhere.

Have you seen Green Eggs And Ham on Netflix?

Buy the Green Eggs And Ham book by Dr. Seuss today on Amazon using our affiliate link. Also, stock up and Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Books you can find on our bookshelf. As a bonus, we’ve included How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, another family favorite available on Netflix.

83 Comments

  1. I did not even realize this movie existed! I have to go watch it!

  2. this looks so cute. ‘ll have to check it out more. i didn’t know it was on netflix.

  3. I’ve never seen it before but it looks like a good show. The lessons you learned are amazing. Everybody needs a helping hand I guess.

    1. Yes! A helping hand does come in handy when you’re a parent.

  4. I am jumping for joy about Green Eggs and Ham on Netflix. Going to add this to my watchlist now.

    1. I’m excited that you’re going to watch the Green Eggs and Ham show! Awesome.

  5. These are fabulous lessons! I love the lessons about asking questions. I think sometimes kids and adults just don’t ask enough!

    1. I couldn’t agree with you more on asking questions! It helps us get to know more about people, places and things.

  6. I didn’t see Green Eggs and Ham on Netflix, but I am curious now!

    1. It’s worth it, Catalina. I bet you’ll enjoy it with family and friends.

  7. I will look for this on Netflix. I will watch it with my grandson. There are so many beautiful life lessons we can learn from Green Eggs and Ham.

    1. Awesome! Thanks, Eileen. I hope he likes the Green Eggs and Ham Netflix show.

  8. I haven’t seen this movie yet, I don’t think it’s yet released in my country. It sounds very educative, perfect for children to watch and learn from it.

    1. Not sure, Joanna. I think the show is only available in the US right now.

  9. I love a good show where you can learn something!

    1. Same! It’s great to watch with the kids, too

  10. I didn’t even know this was on Netflix! Obviously it’s for children but I’ve always loved Dr. Suess. It would be interesting to watch.

    1. Honestly, it is for children, but I find myself hooked to Green Eggs and Ham Netflix show.

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