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Arts & Crafts: Food > Cookies

A Plate Full Of Cookies added 9-1-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Paper plate, paper, crayons or markers, velcro, glue

Directions: Give the children a white paper plate and let them color it. Give them five paper circles each and let the children color the circles to look like cookies. Then glued the poem below in the center of their plate. For each of the 5 cookies placed a small piece of velcro on the back. Then  placed around the edge of their plate 5 more pieces of velcro. Eat child was able to take this home to share with their family members.

Five Little Cookies

Five little cookies,
With frosting galore,
Mother ate the pink one,
Then there were four.

Four little cookie,
Two and two, you see,
Father ate the green one,
Then there were three.

Three little cookies,
But before I knew,
Sister ate the yellow one,
Then there were two.

Two little cookies,
Oh, what fun!
Brother ate the brown one,
Then there was one.

One little cookie,
Watch me run!
I ate the red one,
Then there were none


Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar  
added 9-1-00
Original Author Unknown

Need: Paper plate, paper, crayons or markers, velcro, glue, poster board

Directions: Cut out the shape of a jar from poster board for each child. Then had the children glue the song ,Who stole the Cookie from the cookie jar, onto the jar. Then the children could decorate their cookie jar anyway they wished. At the bottom of the jar the children placed a small piece of velcro. The decorated and cut out 1 cookie and placed velcro on the back. They then could take them home and play this new game with family members.

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?
________ (Name) Stole the cookie from the cookie jar.
(Named  person) Who me?
(Others) Ya you!
(Named person) Couldn't be!
(Others) Then who?
Repeat*


Chocolate Chip Cookies added 2-02-02 Original Author Unknown

Need: Chocolate chips, glue, brown construction paper, scissors

Directions: Cut out one 4in circle for each child from brown construction paper. Give each child a teaspoon of chocolate chips. Have them glue the chocolate chips to their paper cookie cut out. Reward them with a few left over chocolate chips or better yet a chocolate chip cookie.


 

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